Electrophoretic spectra of storage proteins in parental plants and interspecific F1 and F2 hybrids Pisum sativum × Pisum fulvum have been studied. Correspondence between the polymorphism levels of protein components among the species and within the species P. sativum was established. Accessions of P. fulvum I609881 and I609885 manifested low polymorphism. Storage proteins of both parents were observed in spectra of F1 hybrids. F2 hybrids segregated at a limited set of bands. Accession I609881 of P. fulvum is characterized by unique band 7, which was inherited in F1.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 5, 2012
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