Peroxidase Activity in the Leaf Elongation Zone of Tall Fescue : II. Spatial Distribution of Apoplastic Peroxidase Activity in Genotypes Differing in Length of the Elongation Zone.

@article{Macadam1992PeroxidaseAI,
  title={Peroxidase Activity in the Leaf Elongation Zone of Tall Fescue : II. Spatial Distribution of Apoplastic Peroxidase Activity in Genotypes Differing in Length of the Elongation Zone.},
  author={Jennifer W Macadam and Robert E. Sharp and Clark J. Nelson},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1992},
  volume={99 3},
  pages={879-85}
}
Previous work suggested that cell wall peroxidase activity increased as cells were displaced through the elongation zone in leaf blades of tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea Schreb.). In this study, two genotypes that differ in length of the elongation zone were used to examine the relationship between peroxidase activity in apoplastic fluid of intact leaf blade segments and the spatial distribution of leaf growth. Apoplastic fluid was extracted by vacuum infiltration and centrifugation, and… CONTINUE READING

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