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Biochemical Genetics
Efron, Y., Department of Field and Vegetable Crops, Faculty of Agriculture, The Hebrew University, Rehovot, Israel
Activity levels of the AP1-controlled acid phosphatase enzyme were tested in 23 different inbred lines of maize. The activity was tested in two different tissues-the mature pollen and the scutellum. The results in the pollen and the scutellum were almost identical, and verify each other. Statistically significant differences (up to fivefold) were found among the 23 inbred lines, which were divided into five distinct groups according to their activities. The activity levels of the AP1 enzymes were not correlated with their electrophoretic migration rates. © 1971 Plenum Publishing Corporation.
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Differences between maize inbreds in the activity level of the AP1-controlled acid phosphatase
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Efron, Y., Department of Field and Vegetable Crops, Faculty of Agriculture, The Hebrew University, Rehovot, Israel
Differences between maize inbreds in the activity level of the AP1-controlled acid phosphatase
Activity levels of the AP1-controlled acid phosphatase enzyme were tested in 23 different inbred lines of maize. The activity was tested in two different tissues-the mature pollen and the scutellum. The results in the pollen and the scutellum were almost identical, and verify each other. Statistically significant differences (up to fivefold) were found among the 23 inbred lines, which were divided into five distinct groups according to their activities. The activity levels of the AP1 enzymes were not correlated with their electrophoretic migration rates. © 1971 Plenum Publishing Corporation.
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