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Studies on iso enzyme variability in populations of pinus sylvestris pinus mugo pinus uliginosa and individuals from a hybrid swarm population


Studies on iso enzyme variability in populations of pinus sylvestris pinus mugo pinus uliginosa and individuals from a hybrid swarm population



Bulletin de la Societe des Amis des Sciences et des Lettres de Poznan Serie D Sciences Biologiques 22: 107-122



A comparison between individuals of a hybrid swarm population and individuals of P. sylvestris, P. mugo and P. uliginosa as the potential swarm parents was made by means of electrophoretic assay of needle proteins. Almost all the hybrid swarm individuals studied show an intermediate character. These intermediate individuals were similar to P. sylvestris as to esterases and P. mugo as to peroxidases. P. sylvestris and P. mugo are taxonomically the most distant species, whereas P. uliginosa occupies an intermediate position. It is more closely related to P. mugo than to P. sylvestris.

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