SO2-Induced changes in the polyribosomal profiles of the gametophyte of the moss tortula ruralis

Abstract

Aqueous SO2 (0.5–2.0 mM), in short-term exposure experiments (30–120 min.), causes a rapid loss of integrity of the polyribosomes in the moss Tortula ruralis. This effect is concentration- and exposure time-dependent and appears to be unattributable to an SO2-induced pH change.

DOI: 10.1007/BF00270166

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@article{Okoloko1983SO2InducedCI, title={SO2-Induced changes in the polyribosomal profiles of the gametophyte of the moss tortula ruralis}, author={G. E. Okoloko and Jennifer Bewley}, journal={Plant Cell Reports}, year={1983}, volume={2}, pages={63-65} }