Oxidation of Glycine via the Respiratory Chain in Mitochondria Prepared from Different Parts of Spinach.

@article{Gardestrm1980OxidationOG,
  title={Oxidation of Glycine via the Respiratory Chain in Mitochondria Prepared from Different Parts of Spinach.},
  author={Per Gardestr{\"o}m and Ann Charlotte Bergman and Ingemar Ericson},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1980},
  volume={65 2},
  pages={
          389-91
        }
}
Mitochondria were prepared from roots, stalks, leaves, and leaf veins of spinach. The mitochondrial preparations were examined for their ability to oxidize glycine via the respiratory chain. It is shown that the glycine-oxidizing capacity is restricted to photosynthetically active tissue. The activity is present in mitochondria from the green parts of the leaves, but not in mitochondria from roots, stalks, or leaf veins. 

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