Saftar Y. Suleymanov

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Plants were grown in field conditions in the wide area under normal water supply and severe water deficit. Two wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genotypes contrasting by architectonics and differing in drought-resistance were used: Giymatli-2/17, short stature, with broad and drooping leaves, drought-sensitive, and Azamatli-95, short stature, with vertically(More)
Two wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars contrasting in architectonics and differing in drought resistance, Azamatli-95 (short stature, vertically oriented small leaves, drought-tolerant) and Giymatli-2/17 (short stature, broad and drooping leaves, drought-sensitive), were studied. It was found that the content of CP I (115 kDa) and 63-kDa apoprotein P700(More)
Protein composition and native state of chlorophylls were analyzed in two wheat (Triticum durum L.) genotypes with different tolerance to drought, Barakatli-95 (drought-tolerant) and Garagylchyg-2 (drought-sensitive), during water deficit. It is shown that the plants subjected to water deficit appear to have a slight increase in α-and β-subunits of(More)
Water deficit is a key factor influencing the yield and quality of crops. In the present study, the photosynthetic responses by means of chlorophyll fluorescence of chloroplasts, thylakoid membrane proteins, and antioxidant components were analyzed in wheat (Triticum durum Desf.) plants differing in their tolerance to drought. Two durum winter wheat(More)
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