Prolamine proteolysis is assumed to be among numerous adaptability factors in cereals. The patterns of gliadin proteolysis have been studied in 16 cultivars of spring wheat via analysis of electrophoretic spectra. Four proteolytic patterns have been identified. It is hypothesized that the cultivars characterized by early and rapid proteolysis (the first and third types) are the most adaptable. The gliadin genetic formulas of chromosomes of the first homeologous group have been determined. The alleles of gliadin loci (Gli-A1f, Gli-B1e, Gli-D1a, and Gli-D1b) have been found that can be used as markers of adaptability in spring wheat cultivars.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 7, 2004
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