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Identification of commercial tall fescue cultivars by HPLC of the seed prolamins


, : Identification of commercial tall fescue cultivars by HPLC of the seed prolamins. RIA, Revista de Investigaciones Agropecuarias 25(3): 55-60

Reverse phase HPLC was used to analyse the prolamins in 3 cultivars of Festuca arundinacea (El Palenque MAG, AU Triumph and Johnstone), which were distinguished on the basis of qualitative and/or quantitative differences in the HPLC patterns.

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