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A genetic basis for the origin of six different isolectins in hexaploid wheat


, : A genetic basis for the origin of six different isolectins in hexaploid wheat. Planta 154(6): 562-567

Wheat (Triticum aestivum) germ agglutinin represents a complex mixture of multiple isolectin forms. Upon ion exchange chromatography at pH 3.8, three isolectins can be separated, each of which is composed of two identical subunits. At pH 5.0, however, three additional isolectins can be distinguished, which are built up of two different subunits (heteromeric lectins). Evidence is presented that these heterodimers are normal constituents of the wheat embryo cells. Analyses of the isolectin patterns in extracts from Triticum monococcum, Triticum turgidum dicoccum and Triticum aestivum, provide evidence that each genome, either in simple or complex (polyploid) genomes, directs the synthesis of a single lectin subunit species. In addition, a comparison of the isolectin pattern in these wheat species of increasing ploidy level, made it possible to determine unequivocally the genome by which the individual lectin subunits in polyploid species are coded for. The possible use of lectins in studies on the origin of individual genoms in polyploid species is discussed.

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PMID: 24276352

DOI: 10.1007/BF00403001


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