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Biologia Plantarum

, Volume 14, Issue 4, pp 297–301 | Cite as

Strukturproteine und lösliche proteine in zwei letalen, auf saccharosemedium kultivierten chlorophyllmutanten vonarabidopsis thaliana

  • JiŘina Švachulová
  • VĚra HadaČová
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Structural and Soluble Proteins of Two Lethal Chlorophyll Mutants ofArabidopsis thaliana Cultivated on a Sucrose Medium

Abstract

Structural proteins of both chlorophyll — deficient mutants, extracted with a phosphate buffer solution pH 8,3, using Triton X-100 as detergent, exhibit, in comparison with normal plants, a faint cathodic fraction giving positive staining for lipoproteins and containing chlorophyll. No differences in soluble proteins were found between the mutants and control plants. The pattern of the individual protein fractions differs according to the method employed.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • JiŘina Švachulová
    • 1
  • VĚra HadaČová
    • 1
  1. 1.Institut für Experimentelle BotanikTschechoslowakische Akademie der WissenschaftenPrahaCzechoslovakia

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