Lipids of plasma membranes prepared from oat root cells : effects of induced water-deficit tolerance.

@article{Norberg1991LipidsOP,
  title={Lipids of plasma membranes prepared from oat root cells : effects of induced water-deficit tolerance.},
  author={Peter Norberg and Conny S Liljenberg},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1991},
  volume={96 4},
  pages={1136-41}
}
Plasma membranes were isolated from oat (Avena sativa) roots by the phase-partitioning method. The membranes were exposed to repeated periods of moderate water-deficit stress, and a water-deficit tolerance was induced (acclimated plants). The plasma membranes of the controls (nonacclimated plants) were characterized by a high phospholipid content, 79% of total lipids, cerebrosides (9%) containing hydroxy fatty acids (>90% 24:1-OH) and free sterols, acylated sterylglucosides, sterylglucosides… CONTINUE READING

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