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by Paul-Emile Pilet

  • Author: Paul-Emile Pilet
  • ISBN: 354015017X
  • ISBN13: 978-3540150176
  • ePub: 1684 kb | FB2: 1198 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Science & Mathematics
  • Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (May 6, 1985)
  • Pages: 286
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The Physiological Properties of Plant Protoplasts (Proceedings in Life Sciences) ePub download

Isolation of Maize Protoplasts from the Root Cap and Apex. Proceedings in Life Sciences.

Isolation of Maize Protoplasts from the Root Cap and Apex.

The potential of plant protoplasts as an experimental system has been exploited more and more over the last . In: Pilet PE. (eds) The Physiological Properties of Plant Protoplasts. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

The potential of plant protoplasts as an experimental system has been exploited more and more over the last 25 years.

Proceedings in Life Sciences.

Proceedings in Life Sciences.

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The critical analysis of the structural and functional characteristics of plant protoplasts exactly met these criteria.

Participants came from several universities of the French-speaking part of Switzerland and speakers from Basel, Mtinchen, Nottingham, Perpignan, Regensburg, Sheffield, Toulouse, Yale, ZUrich. The critical analysis of the structural and functional characteristics of plant protoplasts exactly met these criteria.

Properties of Plant Protoplasts – Rafbók eftir Paul-Emile Pilet.

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Protoplasts, with their exposed plasmalemma, have been used in studies of membrane integrity (Fowke et al. 1983). It has been clearly shown that they respond to auxin (such as indole-3-acetic acid: IAA) by increasing their rate of vacuolation until they ultimately burst ( Cocking 1962, Pilet 1971b, 1981). Such plasmalemma disruption, induced by IAA, may depend on the endogenous auxin level of the cells from which protoplasts have been obtained. If onion roots were treated with IAA before th. ONTINUE READING.

PDF Studies on protoplasts isolation were carried out with mature pollen grains of 29. .on the overall physiological status of the donor

PDF Studies on protoplasts isolation were carried out with mature pollen grains of 29 samples of species of Allium aflatunense, A. cepa, .on the overall physiological status of the donor. plant Protoplast density and viability were investigated in four different explants (etiolated and green parts of the pseudostem and lower and upper parts of the leaves) under enzyme incubation for 1, 2, 3 and 4 h. Among different explants, used for protoplast isolation in Balady cultivar, the upper and lower parts of the leaves produced the highest number of total protoplasts (70 and 66.

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