I. V. Kondykov

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The effects of genetically determined changes in leaf morphology on the characteristics of growth, pigment complex, and productivity were studied in pea plants (Pisum sativum L.). The homeotic afila(af ) mutation, which transformed leaflets into tendrils, decreased the leaf area and the chlorophyll (Chl) content per plant (CCP) in the af/af plants 1.5-fold(More)
Two genotypes of the pea (Pisum sativum L.) with wild-type leaves (variety Orlovchanin, Af/Af genotype) and the “afila” morphotype (aphyllous variety Nord, af/af genotype) were compared in terms of growth performance and hormonal characteristics of different leaf parts and the whole plant. The replacement of leaflets by tendrils in the afila variety led to(More)
The comparative study of shoot and root growth was carried out, and the level of ABA therein determined in the mutant af and tl and wild-type isogenic lines of pea. The recessive af mutation transformed the leaflets into tendrils, and the tl mutation transformed the tendrils into leaflets. These mutations did not affect the length and number of internodes.(More)
To produce biodegradable polymers and dietary food, the concept of the selection of pea plant for a high content of amylose in the starch of seeds was developed. The key parameters of the high-amylose varieties and specific indicators for selection were determined. The sources and donors of economically valuable signs were displayed, and the first in Russia(More)
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