Paraveinal Mesophyll of Soybean Leaves in Relation to Assimilate Transfer and Compartmentation : III. Immunohistochemical Localization of Specific Glycopeptides in the Vacuole after Depodding.

@article{Franceschi1983ParaveinalMO,
  title={Paraveinal Mesophyll of Soybean Leaves in Relation to Assimilate Transfer and Compartmentation : III. Immunohistochemical Localization of Specific Glycopeptides in the Vacuole after Depodding.},
  author={Vincent R. Franceschi and V A Wittenbach and Robert T. Giaquinta},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1983},
  volume={72 2},
  pages={586-9}
}
Immunohistochemical staining was used to determine the cellular distribution of two glycosylated polypeptides (molecular weights of 27 and 29 kilodaltons) which are normally present at low levels in soybean (Glycine max var ;Wye') leaves but which markedly accumulate after depodding. These polypeptides, which comprise a substantial portion of the total leaf soluble protein of depodded plants, were exclusively located in the vacuoles of paraveinal mesophyll and associated bundle sheath cells… CONTINUE READING

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