isozyme


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isozyme

[′ī·sə‚zīm]
(biochemistry)
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A note states: Isozyme analysis shows Norton = Cynthiana.
Tissues from five male plants, five female plants and two andromonoecious plants were obtained from Simarouba plantation of the University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, at Gandhi Krishi Vigyana Kendra campus for isozyme work.
Isozyme assays were conducted on young leaf tissue from each individual plant.
Electrophoretic comparisons of isozymes from different tissues have indicated that there are differences in the isozyme phenotypes among the four forms, which are consistent with the morphologic forms.
purpurea roots to compare inhibitory activities between the two cyclooxygenase isozymes.
Gilliland, The Three-Dimensional Structure of a Glutathione S-Transferase from the Mu Gene Class: Structural Analysis of the Binary Complex of Isozyme 3-3 and Glutathione at 2.
Mother trees were then characterized by leaf and acorn morphometric analyses and by isozyme profiles.
Isozyme profiles were examined in individuals known to occupy common breeding areas.
We were unable to identify diagnostic isozyme loci for H.
To prove that adaptation is carried out by myosin molecules and to identify the responsible isozyme, we have taken advantage of years of intensive study of the properties of skeletal-muscle myosin.