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Nitrate reductase assay in intact plant tissues.
  • E. Jaworski
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Biochemical and biophysical research…
  • 18 June 1971
Summary The measurement of nitrate reductase activity in intact plant tissue based on reduction of nitrate to nitrite is facilitated by the use of propanol and other organic solvents added to theExpand
Purification and characterization of corn glutathione S-transferase.
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Two glutathione S-transferase activities have been identified and purified from etiolated corn tissue, and both catalyze the formation of a glutathion-herbicide conjugate in vitro when the herbicide alachlor is used as a substrate. Expand
Purification and characterization of corn glutathione S-transferase.
Two glutathione S-transferase (GST) activities have been identified and purified from etiolated corn tissue. The first, designated GST I enzyme, is constitutively present in corn tissue, and theExpand
THE HORMONAL CONTROL OF ORGAN FORMATION IN CALLUS OF MEDICAGO SATIVA L. CULTURED IN VITRO
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The regeneration of shoots from in vitro cultures revealed no significant qualitative difference in their organogenic responses, and the pattern of organogenesis on regeneration medium was modified by the nutritional composition of that medium. Expand
Organogenesis in callus tissue of Medicago sativa. The temporal separation of induction processes from differentiation processes
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A callus culture system of alfalfa has been developed which demonstrates the quantitative control of root and shoot organogenesis by growth regulators of the auxin and cytokinin type and enables the temporal separation of organogenetic induction from subsequent differentiation. Expand
Messenger RNA encoding a glutathione-S-transferase responsible for herbicide tolerance in maize is induced in response to safener treatment
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A three to four-fold increase in the steady state level of this glutathione-S-transferase mRNA is found in maize tissue grown from safener-treated seeds, comparable to that required to obtain herbicide tolerance in the field. Expand
Biochemical Action of CDAA, a New Herbicide.
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