Effects of Genotype, Season, and Nitrogen Nutrition on Gene Expression and Protein Accumulation in Wheat Grain

@inproceedings{Chope2014EffectsOG,
  title={Effects
of Genotype, Season, and Nitrogen Nutrition
on Gene Expression and Protein Accumulation in Wheat Grain},
  author={Gemma A. Chope and Yongfang Wan and Simon P Penson and Dhan G Bhandari and Stephen J. Powers and Peter R Shewry and Malcolm J. Hawkesford},
  booktitle={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2014}
}
Six commercial U.K. cultivars of winter wheat selected to represent different abilities to partition nitrogen into grain protein were grown in replicated field trials at five different sites over three seasons. The proportion of LMW glutenin subunits decreased and the proportion of gliadins increased during grain development and in response to N application. Differences were observed between the proportions of LMW glutenin subunits and gliadins in low- and high-protein grain, these two… CONTINUE READING

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