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Electrophoretic variation of seed proteins among usa populations of tripsacum dactyloides var dactyloides

, : Electrophoretic variation of seed proteins among usa populations of tripsacum dactyloides var dactyloides. Biochemical Systematics & Ecology 11(1): 41-46

Accessions from across the range of T. dactyloides in the USA were assayed electrophoretically for interpopulation variation in seed proteins. Clustering of isoelectric focusing patterns for Tris-HCl and water-soluble proteins revealed high levels of homogeneity. Preliminary results with alcohol-soluble proteins, in contrast, showed this fraction as intrinsically much more variable. Divergent functional roles of the protein fractions themselves could account for this observed difference in variation and are discussed in the paper.

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