Genic analysis for peroxidase isozymes and their organ specificity in Oryza perennis and O. sativa.

@article{Pai1973GenicAF,
  title={Genic analysis for peroxidase isozymes and their organ specificity in Oryza perennis and O. sativa.},
  author={C. Pai and T. Endo and H. Oka},
  journal={Canadian journal of genetics and cytology. Journal canadien de genetique et de cytologie},
  year={1973},
  volume={15 4},
  pages={
          845-53
        }
}
  • C. Pai, T. Endo, H. Oka
  • Published 1973
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Canadian journal of genetics and cytology. Journal canadien de genetique et de cytologie
Peroxidase zymograms of the leaf blade, leaf sheath and lemma-palea were observed in progeny of crosses between strains of Oryza perennis Moench and O. sativa L. Bands OC, 2A, and 4A were found to be specified by codominant alleles, Px1OC, Px12A, and Px14A, respectively. These alleles produced hybrid bands 1A and 3 A in their heterozygotes. Regarding band 4C specified by Px24C, (independent of Px1), it was found that a perennis strain (W120-4, derived from an Indian natural population) had the… Expand
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