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Identification of distant hybrids with the characteristic bands of esterase isozyme of the leaves in rice (Oryza)

, : Identification of distant hybrids with the characteristic bands of esterase isozyme of the leaves in rice (Oryza). Journal of Southwest Agricultural University 17(5): 386-390

Genetic variation between Oryza sativa (2n=24, AA and 2n=48, AAAA), O. officinalis (2n=24, CC), O. grandiglumis (2n=48, CCDD) and the interspecific hybrids of O. sativa and O. officinalis or O. grandiglumis was studied by PAGE analysis of esterase isoenzymes extracted from the second leaf from the bottom of the plant. Based on their Rf values, the bands were numbered from 1A to 47A.

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