Generation and suppression of microsomal ribonuclease activity after treatments with auxin and cytokinin.

@article{Birmingham1972GenerationAS,
  title={Generation and suppression of microsomal ribonuclease activity after treatments with auxin and cytokinin.},
  author={Brendan C. Birmingham and Gordon A. Maclachlan},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1972},
  volume={49 3},
  pages={
          371-5
        }
}
RNase activity was assayed in subcellular fractions of apical regions of Pisum sativum L. var. Alaska epicotyls after seedling decapitation and treatments with various growth regulators. High concentrations of applied indoleacetic acid caused a marked increase to occur in the RNase activity level associated with "heavy" microsomes, e.g., a 20-fold rise per unit RNA or protein in 3 days. This rise could be abolished by treating with the cytokinin benzyladenine along with indoleacetic acid… CONTINUE READING

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