Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp 167–171 | Cite as

Nucleic acids ofPisum sativum

  • V. G. Konarev
  • S. L. Tyuterev
  • Sh. Ya. Gilyazetdinov
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Summary

1. t-RNA, t-RNA, and RNA of the AU type have been isolated from pea plants by fractional extraction and chromatography on methylated albumin and have been studied. The last-mentioned type is heterogeneous with respect to molecular weight, nucleotide composition, metabolic activity, and physicochemical state.

2. The DNA of plants is heterogeneous with respect to its physicochemical state, metabolic activity, and nucleotide composition. With respect to its physicochemical state in the cell, DNA can be divided into labile, stable, and firmly-bound fractions.

Keywords

Bentonite Kieselguhr Nucleotide Composition Physicochemical State Chromatographic Profile 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. G. Konarev
    • 1
  • S. L. Tyuterev
    • 1
  • Sh. Ya. Gilyazetdinov
    • 1
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