The historical path from the analysis of morphological adaptation to morphogenetic, but with a new information content: morphogenetic → molecular → supramolecular → ... is increasingly acquiring not only a physico-chemical interpretation, but also the path to ecological biotechnology, aimed at the goals and objectives of the developed protective equipment , which contribute to the development in the understanding of the general patterns that biology faces.
In this paper, the features of the biological specificity of morphogenesis and structural stability are considered from the perspective of supramolecular biochemistry of the genetic and proteomic basis of total chromatin.
It is noted that in the model system, collection germs of wheat seeds, and in the process of their organ-specific, coordinated-regular growth when switching development subprograms: "donor" spring → winter "donor" → again spring, respectively, positioning occurs, in the time period of growth, core histone (Н3+Н4)'': spring-mesocotyl (42 h) → winter-root system (42 h) → spring-whole highly differentiated embryo (24 h, 30 h).
Based on the data obtained, a targeted approach to assessing and predicting the prospects of ecogenetic-biotechnological developments is possible.
Key words: proteomics, interphase topology of the nucleus, supramolecular biochemistry, wheat, stress signaled systems, ecogenetic-biotechnology