Multiple molecular forms of anionic peroxidase (AP) and superoxide dismutase (SOD) were investigated in the callus lines of Larix sibirica and L. gmelinii. Eight distinct patterns of the AP spectra were discerned among 13 investigated lines. The spectra of SOD molecular forms were similar in all lines under investigation, although the lines were obtained from two Larix species and the calli were of different origin. Fe-containing SOD was for the first time described in the Larix isoenzyme spectrum. The authors conclude that the SOD isozyme spectra in dedifferentiated cells of L. sibirica and L. gmelinii are more stable than the isoperoxidase spectra.
Russian Journal of Plant Physiology – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 18, 2004
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