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Gene Symbold
Class Level 1 Proteins
Level 2 Enzymes
Level 3 Alpha-amylase
Level 4
Symbol Wild Type a-Amy-B1
Allele a-Amy-B1aa-Amy-B1ba-Amy-B1ca-Amy-B1da-Amy-B1ea-Amy-B1fa-Amy-B1g a-Amy-B1h
Synonyms Amy 4{1084}, Amy 6B1o{1084}, Amy 6B2o{1084}
Germplasms v:T. macha Line 1{007}, v:Rare
Comment Two types of nomenclature were assigned to the genes encoding the a-AMY-1 isozymes. In one, allelic states were defined for individual isozymes {1084} whereas in the other, several isozymes were considered to be the products of compound loci {007,412}. This listing shows the 'alleles' described in {1084} which are assumed in {007}
to be synonymous with the a-Amy-B1a through a-Amy-B1h nomenclature. Amy 4 and Amy 41 are unmapped alternatives {1084} which appear to be identical to zymogram bands [bands 9 and 9b {007}] forming part of the a-Amy-B1phenotype. Amy 6B1 [with forms Amy 6B1o, and Amy 6B14', considered to be mutually exclusive {1084}] and Amy 6B2 [with forms Amy 62 and Amy 6B2o {1084}] describe further aspects of a-Amy-B1 {007}. See a-Amy1 below for further consideration of Amy 6B2 {1084}.

Related Reference
412 : Gale MD, Law CN, Chojecki AJ & Kempton RA 1983
1084 : Nishikawa K, Furuta Y, Hina Y & Yamada T 1981
007 : Ainsworth CC, Doherty P, Edwards KGK, Martienssen RA & Gale MD 1985
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