A study of the phospholipids of the cotton plant of variety 159-F in the process of its development
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The distribution of phosphorus with the secretion of phospholipids (PLs) in six stages of development of the cotton plant has been studied. It has been shown that additional extraction with methanol leads to the isolation of further PLs. Both the seeds and cotton-plant bushes during growth contain phosphatidylcholine, phosphatidylinositol, phosphatidylethanolamine, X1, and X2, and also unidentified PLs, one of which, Y2, is phosphatidic acid according to qualitative reactions, chromatographic mobility, and literature information.
KeywordsDiester Phosphatidic Acid Cotton Plant Quantitative Composition Phytin
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