2. Influence of eco-geographical factors on common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris l.) seed quality

Author: Farhad Musaev, Vladimir Skorina, Vitaliy Skorina, Roman Pugachev

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Protein profiles ofc ommon bean varieties reproduced in different eco-geographical regions were found to differ and the frequency of their distribution was established as a result from the present study. Unique marker protein positions were identified allowingthe identification of the genetic homogeneity of the varieties during seed multiplication under contrasting agro-ecological conditions. The method can be successfully applied for both variety identification and choosing the best seed multiplication zones for the common bean.