Spontaneous Chemiluminescence of Soybean Embryonic Axes during Imbibition.

@article{Boveris1984SpontaneousCO,
  title={Spontaneous Chemiluminescence of Soybean Embryonic Axes during Imbibition.},
  author={Alberto E Boveris and Susana Puntarulo and Alec Roy and Rodolfo Sanchez},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1984},
  volume={76 2},
  pages={447-51}
}
Isolated soybean (Glycine max L. var Hood) embryonic axes have a spontaneous chemiluminescence (about 150 counts per minute per embryo) that increases showing two phases, upon water imbibition. The first photoemission burst was measured between 0 and 7 hours of imbibition with a maximum of about 350 counts per minute per embryo after 2 hours. The second… CONTINUE READING