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Genetic studies on rice isozymes. II. Classification and geographic distribution of cultivated rice by isozyme studies


, : Genetic studies on rice isozymes. II. Classification and geographic distribution of cultivated rice by isozyme studies. Journal of the Agricultural Association of China (107): 1-16

Peroxidases and acid phosphatases were analysed in the leaf blades, leaf sheaths, lemmas and paleas of 973 varieties. The acid phosphatase band controlled by the allele Acp19 was found mostly in japonica varieties and the band controlled by Acp1-4 was found mostly in indica varieties. Among varieties from India, Indonesia, Taiwan, China and America, but not among those from the Philippines or Japan, varieties carrying Acp1-4 had a larger grain length : width ratio than those carrying Acp19.

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