Research Article | Volume: 2, Issue: 2, March-April, 2014

Changes in chromatin active fraction of germinating seedlings of wheat under the effect of EMI EHF

P.O. VardevanyanM.A. ParsadanyanM.A. ShahinyanM.R. Darbinyan   

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Published:  Apr 27, 2014

DOI: 10.7324/JABB.2014.2201

The effect of electromagnetic irradiation with extremely high frequencies (EMI EHF) on chromatin active fraction of wheat germinating seedlings has been studied. In present work the first zone of saccharine gradient was investigated which is enriched with transcribing genes and comprises higher quantity of AT-sequences compared with other zones. It was shown that the effect of EMI EHF results in chromatin activation. At germination and EMI EHF effect on the differential melting curves besides the pronounced high temperature peak which is corresponded to the melting of stabilized DNA in non active chromatin content, gradually the second low temperature peak is appeared which in its turn is corresponded to the melting of destabilized DNA in active chromatin content.

Keyword:     Area under the integral curvechromatin active fractiondifferential melting curveEMI EHFwheat dry seeds and germinating seedlings.


P.O. Vardevanyan, M.A. Parsadanyan, M.A. Shahinyan, M.R. Darbinyan. Changes in chromatin active fraction of germinating seedlings of wheat under the effect of EMI EHF. J App Biol Biotech. 2014; 2 (02): 001-004.

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