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Methyl Jasmonate Induces the Accumulation of Putrescine But not Proline in Detached Rice Leaves
Summary The effects of methyl jasmonate (MJ) and abscisic acid (ABA) on the levels of proline and putrescine in detached rice leaves were investigated. ABA induced the accumulation of proline but notExpand
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Changes in ammonium ion content and glutamine synthetase activity in rice leaves caused by excess cadmium are a consequence of oxidative damage
Ammonium ion accumulation and the decrease in glutamine synthetase (GS)activity induced by CdCl2 were investigated in relation to lipidperoxidation in detached rice leaves. CdCl2 was effectiveExpand
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Osmotic stress and water stress have opposite effects on putrescine and proline production in excised rice leaves
The effects of water stress and osmotic stress (sorbitol treatment) on the production of putrescine and proline in excised rice leaves were compared. Osmotic stress and water stress were found toExpand
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Regulation of proline accumulation in detached rice leaves
Abstract Regulation of proline accumulation in detached rice leaves was investigated. Under dark conditions, proline content in detached rice leaves remained unchanged 8 h after incubation inExpand
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Characteristics of fusicoccin-induced production of ethylene in detached rice leaves
Effects of fusicoccin (FC) on the production of ethylene in detached rice leaves were investigated. FC signi6cantly stimulated production of ethylene in detached rice leaves under both light and darkExpand
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Subunit structure of the extracellular hemoglobin (erythrocruorin) from the earthworm Lumbricus rubellus
Abstract 1. 1. The subunit structure of the extracellular hemoglobin (erythrocruorin) from Lumbricus rubellus has been investigated. The molecular mass of the native protein is 3.68 × 10 6 daltonsExpand
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Salicylic acid inhibits the biosynthesis of ethylene in detached rice leaves
The effects of salicylic acid (SA) on ethylene biosynthesis in detached rice leaves were investigated. SA at pH 3.5 effectively inhibited ethylene production within 2 h of its application. ItExpand
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Senescence of Rice Leaves XXX Levels of Endogenous Polyamines and Dark-Induced Senescence of Rice Leaves
The role of endogenous polyamines in the control of dark-induced senescence of detached rice leaves was investigated by quantitating levels of various polyamines by HPLC. Putrescine, spermidine andExpand
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Characteristics of the Induction of the Accumulation of Proline by Abscisic Acid and Isobutyric Acid in Detached Rice Leaves
The effects of abscisic acid and isobutyric acid on levels of proline in detached rice leaveswere compared. The lowest concentration of abscisic acid that induces accumulation of prolinein detachedExpand
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