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Regulation of fibre formation in forms of cotton with different genomes

1 S"ezd fiziologov rastenii Uzbekistana, Tashkent, 16-18 dekabrya, 1991: Tezisy dokladov: 163

Regulation of fibre formation in forms of cotton with different genomes

Content of beta -glucan (a precursor of cellulose) and glucan synthetase activity were studied in fibre 7-10 and 20-22 days old in various forms. Maximum accumulation of beta -glucan and glucan synthetase was found in fibre 7-10 days old. In contrast to the younger fibre, in which the cellulose precursor was predominantly synthesized, older fibre synthesized more cellulose, the amount of which did not depend on the quality of the precursor.

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