Phenotypic Adaptation of Tonoplast Fluidity to Growth Temperature in the CAM Plant Kalanchoë daigremontiana Ham. et Per. is Accompanied by Changes in the Membrane Phospholipid and Protein Composition

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The present study deals with the phenotypic adaptation of tonoplast fluidity in the CAM plant Kalanchoë daigremontiana to changes in growth temperature. Tonoplast fluidity was characterized by measuring fluorescence depolarization in membranes labeled with fluorescent fatty acid analogues and by following formation of eximeres in membranes labeled by… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s002329900447

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@article{Behzadipour1998PhenotypicAO, title={Phenotypic Adaptation of Tonoplast Fluidity to Growth Temperature in the CAM Plant Kalancho{\"{e} daigremontiana Ham. et Per. is Accompanied by Changes in the Membrane Phospholipid and Protein Composition}, author={Mojgan Behzadipour and Roman Ratajczak and K. Faist and P. Pawlitschek and Antoine Tr{\'e}moli{\`e}res and M. Kluge}, journal={The Journal of Membrane Biology}, year={1998}, volume={166}, pages={61-70} }