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Studies on iso enzyme variability in scotch pine pinus silvestris and mountain dwarf pine pinus mugo populations



Studies on iso enzyme variability in scotch pine pinus silvestris and mountain dwarf pine pinus mugo populations



Bulletin de la Societe des Amis des Sciences et des Lettres de Poznan Serie D Sciences Biologiques (17): 15-28



Isoenzymatic patterns of 5 enzyme systems were investigated in needles of 40 P. mugo and 30 P. silvestris plants coming from various populations in South Poland. Three of them (MDH, ADH and TDH [malate dehydrogenase, alcohol dehydrogenase and tetrazolium oxidase]) turned out to be monomorphic. The remaining 2 (alpha-esterases and peroxidases) were polymorphic. Specific bands for both species were detected. P. mugo is more variable in respect of isoenzyme systems mentioned above.

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