Electrophoretic variation in esterases of native GreekAegilops species (Ae. ovata, Ae. biuncialis, andAe. triuncialis)

@article{Karataglis1975ElectrophoreticVI,
  title={Electrophoretic variation in esterases of native GreekAegilops species (Ae. ovata, Ae. biuncialis, andAe. triuncialis)},
  author={Stylianos Karataglis and Ioannes Tsekos},
  journal={Protoplasma},
  year={1975},
  volume={83},
  pages={311-325}
}
SummaryThe esterase patterns of the speciesAegilops ovata (CuCuMoMo),Ae. biuncialis (CuCuMbMb) andAe. triuncialis (CuCuCC) were studied in different tissues at an early stage of plant development, in order to investigate the phylogenetic relationships between them. Extracts of root, coleoptile, first and second leaf of 9-day-old seedlings were analysed by use of the starch horizontal gel electrophoresis technique. Electropherograms were evaluated by means of spectrophotometry. The esterase… 
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