Dynamic characteristics of winter wheat genotypes
Keywords:winter wheat, cell culture, protein, proline
Various methods connected with the implementation of single cells dynamic characteristics are actively used to speed up the selection process. At the same time the necessity of compared analysis of reactions developed on cellular and whole organism levels appears. This question is related to winter wheat. Due to this aim monitoring of reliable markers of organism viability developed both on cellular and organism levels is provided. There were used standard protocols of cell culture as well as biochemical methods and electrophoresis. Cell cultures of new perspective genotypes of winter wheat (author Institute of Plant Physiology and Genetics, NAS of Ukraine) were obtained. According to biochemical data their development peculiarities were detected and compared with parameters of initial plants. There were no differences among genotypes developed under normal conditions. Plants as well as cell cultures initiated from those new winter wheat genotypes demonstrated metabolism changes depended on external conditions. Plant and cell proline parameters had similar features. It is better to combine the proline analysis with protein status controlling.
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