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Author(s):Emoto, Taiji
Author Affiliation:Akita Prefectural College of Agriculture, Ogata, Japan
Title:Intra- and intervarietal difference in peroxidase isozyme patterns in Italian ryegrass cultivars
Source:Journal of the Japanese Society of Grassland Science. Vol. 28, No. 3, 1982, p. 258-264.
# of Pages:7
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Lolium multiflorum; Plant composition; Peroxidase
Abstract/Contents:"Electrophoretic variation of peroxidase isozyme in Italian ryegrass cultivars was detected by means of thin layer gel isoelectric focusing method. Peroxidase isozyme was extracted from leaf blade in a total of 224 stocks belonging to 23 Italian ryegrass cultivars. The results were as follows: 1. Fifteen bands were detected on the zymograms of peroxidase, and 7 banding types were identified in this test. 2. Banding types of most cultivars were observed to vary within each cultivar, while a few cultivars' banding types were clarified not to vary. Therefore, affinity between cultivars was estimated by the similarity of banding type and the frequency of the same banding type. 3. It was recognized that there were three banding groups in Italian ryegrass cultivars. Most of the cultivars had two typical banding groups (one was I-1 type's group and the other was II-1 type's group), but some others had another banding group (the group had I-1,...II-3). 4. No significant correlation was observed between banding type and respective characters such as poliploidy or earliness."
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Emoto, T. 1982. Intra- and intervarietal difference in peroxidase isozyme patterns in Italian ryegrass cultivars. (In Japanese) Journal of the Japanese Society of Grassland Science. 28(3):p. 258-264.
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