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The research focused on the changes of phenolic compounds as well as their antiradical activity and reducing power isolated from Amur grape (Vitis amurensis) seeds during germination under optimal conditions and under osmotic stress. The seeds were found to contain tannins, (+) catechin, (−) epicatechin, and gallic acid (in free, ester- and glycoside-bound(More)
The aim of this study was to investigate molecular basis of germination inhibition of Triticosecale under the influence of exogenous ABA. Seedlings were isolated from seeds after 48 h of germination in water (control sample) and 100 μM ABA solution. It was observed that the applied concentration of phytohormone caused a significant inhibition of germination(More)
The influence of exogenous abscisic acid (ABA) on the content of free polysomes (FP), membrane-bound polysomes (MBP), cytoskeleton-bound polysomes (CBP) and cytomatrix-bound polysomes (CMBP) in triticale germs as well as in vitro protein synthesis by these four polysomal fractions were studied. During translation, proteins were biotinylated for(More)
A proteomic study was conducted on caryopses of barley cv. Stratus (Hordeum vulgare). The caryopses were germinated in darkness at 20 °C, according to one of the three experimental setups: (a) in distilled water for 24 h, followed by 100 mM NaCl for another 24 h (salinity stress, SS); (b) in 100 µM abscisic acid for 24 h, with rinsing in distilled water to(More)
The main objective of this study was to analyze the differences in profiles of RNase activities from triticale embryos (Triticosecale, cv. Ugo) between dormant and non-dormant caryopses and to determine the influence of exogenous abscisic acid (ABA) on the activities of these enzymes. The major RNase from the examined tissue was detected following SDS-PAGE,(More)
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