N-(Delta-Isopentenyl)adenosine: Its Occurrence as a Free Nucleoside in an Autonomous Strain of Tobacco Tissue.

@article{Dyson1972NDeltaIsopentenyladenosineIO,
  title={N-(Delta-Isopentenyl)adenosine: Its Occurrence as a Free Nucleoside in an Autonomous Strain of Tobacco Tissue.},
  author={W H Dyson and Ross H. Hall},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1972},
  volume={50 5},
  pages={616-21}
}
Cytokinins from both the free nucleoside pool and the transfer RNA have been isolated and identified in a habituated strain of tobacco pith callus (Nicotiana tabacum [L] var. Wisconsin 38). The transfer RNA of this strain contains both N(6)-(Delta(2)-isopentenyl) adenosine and N(6)-(4-hydroxy-3-methylbut-2-cis-enyl) adenosine. The trans-hydroxylated derivative is absent from the transfer RNA of this dark-grown tissue. N(6)-(Delta(2)-Isopentenyl)-adenosine was identified as a component of the… CONTINUE READING

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