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2011 (Vol. 3, Issue: 6)
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Genetic Variability in Some Syrian Wheat Genotypes using Storage Proteins

Lina Mammdouh Alnaddaf, Mohammad Yahia Moualla and Abdul Rahman Kalhout
Corresponding Author:  lina mammdoh alnaddaf 

Key words:  A-PAGE, electrophoresis, genetic variability, gliadin, glutenin, SDS-PAGE, storage proteins, wheat
Vol. 3 , (6): 506-515
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2011 August, 30 2011 October, 07 2011 November, 15
Abstract:

Seed storage proteins (Glutenin & Gliadin) were used as an effective markers to assess genetic diversity among 24 wheat genotypes((14) durum wheats and (10) bread wheats) using A-PAGE and SDSPAGE and determine the genotypes that had bands which used as marker to good quality . In durm wheats, Jorjet, kechek , sham9 and kahlahadba recognised by gamma 45 and subunits (17+18) that had positive effect on the dough. In bread wheats, Abozec, Sham10, Doma32058, Doma32457, Doma4, Bohoth8 have good technology characteristics due to that have subunits (5+10). The results obtained in this study are useful in breeding programs to improve quality by selecting of the best genotypes.
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Lina Mammdouh Alnaddaf, Mohammad Yahia Moualla and Abdul Rahman Kalhout, 2011. Genetic Variability in Some Syrian Wheat Genotypes using Storage Proteins.  Asian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 3(6): 506-515.
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