The role of galactolipids in spinach chloroplast lamellar membranes: I. Partial purification of a bean leaf galactolipid lipase and its action on subchloroplast particles.

@article{Anderson1974TheRO,
  title={The role of galactolipids in spinach chloroplast lamellar membranes: I. Partial purification of a bean leaf galactolipid lipase and its action on subchloroplast particles.},
  author={M M Anderson and Richard E. McCarty and Elizabeth A. Zimmer},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1974},
  volume={53 5},
  pages={699-704}
}
A galactolipid lipase has been isolated and partially purified from the chloroplast fraction of the primary leaves of Phaseolus vulgaris var. Kentucky Wonder. The lipase hydrolyzed monogalactosyl diglyceride rapidly and phosphatidyl choline relatively slowly. Triolein and p-nitrophenyl stearate were not hydrolyzed.Spinach subchloroplast particles were excellent substrates for the lipase. Initial rates of fatty acid release from subchloroplast particles at 30 C by the lipase as high as 60… CONTINUE READING

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