Differences in the Anaerobic Lactate-Succinate Production and in the Changes of Cell Sap pH for Plants with High and Low Resistance to Anoxia.

@article{Menegus1989DifferencesIT,
  title={Differences in the Anaerobic Lactate-Succinate Production and in the Changes of Cell Sap pH for Plants with High and Low Resistance to Anoxia.},
  author={F Menegus and L Cattaruzza and Alberto Chersi and Giovanni Fronza},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1989},
  volume={90 1},
  pages={29-32}
}
Anaerobically treated seedlings of Oryza sativa L. var arborio accumulated in their shoots more succinate than lactate and cell sap became alkaline. Conversely, in Triticum aestivum L. var MEK 86 lactate accumulation was far higher than that of succinate and cell sap was acidified. Anoxia clearly induced proton consumption in both species as an important means to prevent or counteract acidosis. Other species studied were: Echinochloa crus-galli L. Beauv., Zea mays L. var De Kalb XL75, Secale… CONTINUE READING
26 Citations
13 References
Similar Papers

Citations

Publications citing this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 26 extracted citations

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 13 references

Production and organ distribution of succinate in rice seedlings during anoxia

  • F Menegus, L Cattaruzza, A Chersi, A Selva, G Fronza
  • Physiol Plant
  • 1988

Distribution of alcohol dehydrogenase in roots and shoots of rice ( Oryza sativa ) and Echinochloa seedlings

  • BG Cobb, RA Kennedy
  • Plant Cell Environ
  • 1987

Biochemical investigation of human tumors in vivo with phosphorous - 31 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

  • RD Oberhaensli, PJ Bore, RP Rampling, D Hilton-Jones, LJ Hands, GK Dadda
  • Lancet
  • 1986

Glucose metabolism in anaerobic rice seedlings

  • RG Mayne, H Kende
  • Plant Sci
  • 1986

31 P NMR measurements of cytoplasmic pH changes in maize root tips

  • RJ Reid, BC Loughman, RG Ratcliffe
  • J Exp Bot
  • 1985

Temperature and anoxic injury in pea seedlings

  • AM Barclay, Crawford RMM
  • 1981

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…