Kinetic and thermodynamic behaviour of wall-bound peroxidase from wheat leaves infected with stripe rust

@article{Asthir2009KineticAT,
  title={Kinetic and thermodynamic behaviour of wall-bound peroxidase from wheat leaves infected with stripe rust},
  author={Bavita Asthir and Anjali Koundal and Navtej Singh Bains},
  journal={Plant Growth Regulation},
  year={2009},
  volume={59},
  pages={117-124}
}
We have identified two types of peroxidases (POX), one ionically and one covalently bound to the particulate fraction, in stripe rust-infected and -uninfected wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) leaves. The cell walls contained a high level of POX, of which 73–76% was extractable by 1% NaCl and 24–26% by 5 mM EDTA in infected and non-infected leaves of HD 2329. The NaCl-released POX constituted the predominant fraction. Both NaCl- and EDTA-extracted POX exhibited maximum activity at pH 5.0 and had a K… CONTINUE READING

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