I.A. Sartbayeva's research while affiliated with Al-Farabi Kazakh National University and other places

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Rice is one of the main crops of strategic importance. Rice consumption in Kazakhstan is increasing compared to other cereals and reaches more than 65 %. Today, due to the increase in imports of rice cereals, it seems relevant to develop rice production, increase its competitiveness, and create domestic rice varieties with improved nutritional and...
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About 25 % of the entire land surface is represented by saline soils, and up to 90 % of the total irrigated area - in some regions of Central Asia and the Caucasus, Ukraine and Kazakhstan. Rice-growing region of the Republic of Kazakhstan is also located in the area with high salinity. A challenge for rice growing in Kazakhstan is deteriorating hum...
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Although there is low precipitation in Kazakhstan, rice is grown in regions serviced by irrigation canals. And breeding has begun in order to reduce the cost of importing glutinous rice. To develop glutinous rice cultivars efficiently, we need information on the haplotypes of Wx and Alk genes that affect eating quality. We investigated the haplotyp...
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Composition of seed storage proteins were evaluated in rice collection materials using electrophoresis in alkaline medium at presence of SDS. Optimal conditions for protein extraction and fractionation were determined, the classification of protein components spectrum and methods for composition protein formulation was developed. It was conducted t...

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... Our previous research enabled us to identify bioactive polysaccharides in cereal cell suspension cultures [30]. We explored the chemical composition and physical properties of these wheat PSs, which were found to be represented by arabinogalactans and supposed to be represented by xyloglucans, arabinoxylans, and glucans, according to their monosaccharide composition [31,32]. In addition, we showed that monosaccharide composition changed significantly depending on the cultivation media [33]. ...
... Moreover, because of the considerable heterogeneity of the salted soils, screening for tolerance to salinization in fi eld conditions is ineffi cient and practically impossible; therefore, such research has to be carried out in controlled laboratory conditions. In this regard, almost all investigations of salt tolerance at different crops were carried out at the stage of seed germination (Meneguzzo et al., 2000;Sabir & Ashraf, 2008;Farhoudi & Motamedi, 2010;Mohammadizad et al., 2013;Ardie et al., 2015;Ajithkumar & Ibadapbiangshylla, 2017;Batayeva et al., 2017). ...
... The proportion of Fb1 chains (DP = 13-24) was significantly lower in SN625 than in TN013; the proportion of amylopectin Fb1 chains (DP = 13-24) in many CSSLs also increased compared with parent SN625 (Figure 2b). The proportion of amylopectin Fb2 chains (DP = [25][26][27][28][29][30][31][32][33][34][35][36] was also lower in SN625 than in TN013. Moreover, the proportion of Fb2 chains in many CSSLs was higher than in SN625. ...
... Germination stage: Under chilling stress, all varieties showed lower GR, longer lag period, slower R 50 and delayed E 50 similarly to earlier works (Zhanbyrbayev et al., 2016). However, significant differences in cold tolerance were indicated. ...