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The results postulated a close genetic proximity of the peroxidase gene AK333699 of Triticum aestivum L. among Triticum L. species. At the same time - T. compactum Host, T. durum Desf., T. macha Dekapr. & Menabde, T. spelta L., T. turgidum L., T. urartu Thum. ex Gandiljan and T. aestivum (media genomes Au) clustered to the subgenus Triticum. Species T. compactum, T. durum, T. macha, T. spelta, T. turgidum, T. urartu and T. aestivum (media genomes Ab) clustered together to the subgenus Boeoticum Migusch. et Dorof. Thus, the sequenced fragments homologous to the peroxidase gene TC151917 of T. aestivum and the similar peroxidase gene in another species can be identified as a separate cluster of polysaccharide-specific isoperoxidases which can bind on pathogens cell wall structures and initiate plant defense mechanisms.

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I. V. Maksimov
Institute of Biochemistry and Genetics of Ufa Science Centre of Russian Academy of Sciences
Russian Federation

G. F. Burkhanova
Institute of Biochemistry and Genetics of Ufa Science Centre of Russian Academy of Sciences
Russian Federation

O. I. Kuzmina
Institute of Biochemistry and Genetics of Ufa Science Centre of Russian Academy of Sciences
Russian Federation

V. A. Vakhitov
Institute of Biochemistry and Genetics of Ufa Science Centre of Russian Academy of Sciences
Russian Federation


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Maksimov I.V., Burkhanova G.F., Kuzmina O.I., Vakhitov V.A. ANIONIC PEROXIDASE GENE POLYMORPHISM IN WHEAT. Proceedings on applied botany, genetics and breeding. 2015;176(2):225-236. (In Russ.)

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