Photooxidative destruction of chloroplasts and its consequences for cytosolic enzyme levels and plant development

@article{Reiss2004PhotooxidativeDO,
  title={Photooxidative destruction of chloroplasts and its consequences for cytosolic enzyme levels and plant development},
  author={T. Reiss and R. Bergfeld and G. Link and W. Thien and H. Mohr},
  journal={Planta},
  year={2004},
  volume={159},
  pages={518-528}
}
Mustard (Sinapis alba L.) seedlings were grown in the presence of herbicides (Difunon, Norflurazon) which inhibit carotenoid synthesis without affecting development, in darkness or in continuous far-red light. In strong white light (12,000 lx) the cotyledons of the herbicide-treated seedlings did not contain normal chloroplasts, but only small chlorophyll-free rudiments whose internal structure had almost disappeared. The plastid marker enzyme NADP-dependent glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate… Expand
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