Subcellular localization of peroxidase in tomato fruit skin and the possible implications for the regulation of fruit growth.

  title={Subcellular localization of peroxidase in tomato fruit skin and the possible implications for the regulation of fruit growth.},
  author={John Nevins Andrews and Stephen R. Adams and Kerry S. Burton and Carol E. Evered},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  volume={53 378},
The cessation of tomato fruit growth has been associated with the appearance of three 'wall-bound' peroxidase isozymes in the skin of tomato fruit. However, the presence of these isozymes in the ionically eluted 'wall-bound' fraction may be an artefact of either non-specific binding of symplastic peroxidase to the cell wall, or isozymes bound to membranes included in the 'wall-bound' fraction. Therefore, subcellular localization of peroxidase in both immature and mature tomato fruit skins was… CONTINUE READING


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