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Physiological and biochemical basis of seed viability 2. content of sulfhydryl groups in maize seed reserve proteins related to changes in their viability due to storage conditions



Physiological and biochemical basis of seed viability 2. content of sulfhydryl groups in maize seed reserve proteins related to changes in their viability due to storage conditions



Fiziologiya na Rasteniyata (Sofia) 10(3): 67-72



Changes in the content of sulfhydryl groups in reserve proteins of maize cv. H-622 seeds stored under different conditions were investigated. Seed storage under unfavorable conditions (higher moisture content and temperature) leads to an increase in total sulfhydryl group content in zein and glutelins, as well as to the formation of new disulfide bonds in the reserve proteins. These changes were related with lower viability of the seeds investigated.

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