Quantitative and qualitative analysis of needle antigens of pinus sylvestris pinus mugo pinus uliginosa and pinus nigra and some individuals from a hybrid swarm population
Prus Glowacki, W.; Sadowski, J.; Szweykowski, J.; Wiatroszak, I.
Genetica Polonica 22(4): 447-454
A quantitative and qualitative immunochemical analysis of the needle protein of 4 pine species and some individuals from a hybrid swarm population showed that the main role in the species specificity is played by quantitative ratios of antigens common for the species. Individuals from the hybrid swarm population display a high degree of antigenic differentiation, differing from the antigenic patterns of putative parent species by the quantity and number of antigens and by the presence of antigens specific to them.