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Identification of an early marker of embryogenesis in pine

, : Identification of an early marker of embryogenesis in pine. Somatic cell genetics and molecular genetics of trees: 29-38

In order to characterize cell wall proteins specific for early somatic embryo development in Carribean pine (Pinus caribaea), 3 glycosylated polypeptides representative of all embryogenic lines were chosen from the polypeptides ionically bound to cell surfaces. N-terminal amino acid sequencing of one polypeptide revealed homologies with sequences of germin precursors deduced from cDNA sequencing in other plant species and with mature germins of wheat and barley.

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