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Background. A major problem of the environmental pollution with heavy metals, including cadmium, requires an intensive study of the molecular and genetic mechanisms underlying the tolerance of plants to these toxic substances. In this study we present a comparative analysis of the expression of stress-related genes in two pea genotypes contrasting in tolerance to cadmium. Materials and methods. A unique mutant of pea SGECdt, characterized by the increased tolerance to cadmium, and initial linedoi:10.17816/ecogen16475-84 fatcat:elgowpzx3ra2xayg27egakzkge