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There can be many such habitats in tropical Asia. So far as the Himalayan foothills are concerned, there seems no habitat o f wild rice in their mountainous region. In Nepal, no wild rice was found in mountainous regions including the Terai, which is characterized by a gentle slope, good drainage and acidic soil. On the other hand, in marshes bordering the Terai, many populations of wild rice were found. This assertion does not imply that no site for rice domestication exists in hilly areas. In northern Thailand, populations of O.
Morinaga and Kuriyama (1958) examined the alkali damage to endosperm of five rice ecotypes. Among these japonica decomposed most easily in a caustic potash solution. Indonesian bulu rice (javanica) decomposed quicker than Indonesian tjereh (indica), but not as easily is as japonica. Aus and aman rice (indica) were most stable in potash solution, and little or no difference was found between them. 2. Isozymes in Rice Plants It is well known that specific enzymes isolated from different species and ecotypes have wide variation in their physical and catalytic properties and also that two or more forms of an enzyme exist within a single species (McNaugton, 1966, 1972).