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Proteins in Plant Evolution and Systematics

  • Uwe Jensen
Part of the Progress in Botany/Fortschritte der Botanik book series (BOTANY, volume 43)

Abstract

There are scarcely any characters in systematics that have generated more controversy during their long period of application than that of the proteins. On the one hand their high a priori significance tempts an experimentator to extend, often inadmissibly, the a posteriori significance of his results. While, on the other hand, exaggerated criticism may arise when results from comparative protein experiments are at odds with the current concepts of relationships. An example of this comes from amino acid sequencing, where initial reflections (BOULTER et al., 1970) have led to a too optimistic view, some a posteriori considerations (CRONQUIST, 1976), however, to an underestimation of its significance in systematics.

Keywords

Storage Protein Related Taxon Seed Storage Protein Isozyme Pattern Serological Data 
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