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Authors Study of fatty and protein composition in 8 wheat genotypesNasrin Akbari - Graduate degree, Dept. of Plant Breeding and Biotechnology, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran
Majid Norouzi - Dept. of Plant Breeding and Biotechnology, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran
Gholam Reza Dehgan - Professor, Dept. of Biology, Tabriz University, Tabriz, Iran
Nasim Arahkesh Salmasi - Graduate degree in systematic biology-systematic plant of the Free University. Islamic unit of Marand, Tabriz, Iran
Amir Hossein TalebPor - Expert of Agriculture and Natural Resources Research Center of East Azarbaijan Organization of Tabriz-Iran.
Abstract:Due to protein pattern and fatty acid composition in 8 wheat genotypes, quantitative and qualitative analysis of fatty acids and proteins was performed. Then, the relationship between protein and fatty acid ratio of the above genotypes was investigated. SDS-PAG and A-PAG were used to determine the protein pattern. The analysis of fatty acids was performed by the machine GC. The major fatty acids were oleic-palmitic-stearic-linolenic or oleic-stearic-palmitic-linolenic genotypes. Between the glyadine strips, the barrel 35 showed a significant negative correlation with DHE-fatty acids at the level of 0.05 (corelation = -0.732) and fatty acid (14C) at the level of 0.01 (corelation = -0.850). Protein bands of 44.5, 47 and 72, respectively, showed a significant negative relationship with fatty acids 16C:, 14C: and 18C: (corelation = -0.756) respectively. Also, Arachedonat fatty acid had a significant positive correlation with Glu-D1 gene , 12 + 2 protein bands and Protein 1 protein from Glu-A1 gene at 0.01 level and with a protein of 9+ 7 protein from the Glu-B1 gene site significant negative correlation was found between 0.05 and 0 8 + 6 and 21 from Glu-B1 gene site with fatty acid: 14 C: a significant negative correlation was observed in the level of 0.05.
Keywords:endosperm, fatty acid, wheat, glutenin, gliadin, SDS-PAG and A-PAG
COI code: CIGS15_650
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