SEED PROTEIN ELECTROPHORESIS STUDIES IN CUCURBITS-A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC2483 | Page : 21 - 30
Citation :- SEED PROTEIN ELECTROPHORESIS STUDIES IN CUCURBITS-A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2008.(29):21 - 30
R. K. Yadav
Address : Division of Horticulture, ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Umroi Road, Umiam-793 103, India.

Abstract

Seed protein electrophoresis is increasingly being utilized as an additional approach for species
identification and as a useful tool for tracing back the evolution of various groups of plants. This
paper summarizes the main features of the seed protein profile-stability, uniformity and additive
nature. In addition, the significance of this approach for resolving specific taxonomic and evolutionary problems in cucurbitaceous family has been pointed out.

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