HMWG

(redirected from High Molecular Weight Glutenin)
AcronymDefinition
HMWGHigh Molecular Weight Glutenin
HMWGHospital Monsenhor Walfredo Gurgel (Portuguese: Monsignor Hospital in Walfredo Gurgel)
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Evolutionary origin of the segmental duplication encompassing the wheat GLU-B1 locus encoding the over expressed Bx7 (Bx7OE) high molecular weight glutenin subunit.
Deficiency of individual high molecular weight Glutenin subunits affords flexibility in breeding strategies for bread making quality in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.
of Pakistan based on polymorphism for high molecular weight Glutenin subunits.
Allelic variation for the high molecular weight glutenin subunits (HMW-GS) at Glu-1 loci was noted by numbering the bands at each subunit (Glu-Al, Glu-B1 and Glu-DI) based on nomenclature set by Payne and Lawrence (1983).
The high molecular weight glutenin subunit composition in old and modern bread wheats cultivated in Iran.
Allelic variation and genetic diversity of high molecular weight glutenin subunit in Chinese endemic wheats (Triticum aestivum L.
High molecular weight glutenin alleles were determined as described by Souza et al.
Association of sugar snap cookie quality with high molecular weight glutenin alleles in soft white spring wheats.
Relationships between wheat high molecular weight glutenin subunits composition, 1RS translocations and sodium dodecyl sulfate sedimentation volume.
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