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Heat shock response in barley: variations associated with growth habit and plant development

, : Heat shock response in barley: variations associated with growth habit and plant development. Genetica Agraria 41(3): 304

Co-electrophoresis of extracts of seedlings of the spring cultivar Georgie and the winter cultivar Onice after heat shock at 34 and 40 degrees C showed that the cultivars had heat-shock proteins (HSPs) in common and also had uinque HSPs. The differences were particuarly apparent in comparisons using the aerial parts of the plants. The HSPs of molecular weights 22, 31, 49, 85 and 90 kD were absent in Georgie, whereas Onice was lacking the HSP of molecular weight 80 kD found in Georgie.

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