Conjugation of Gibberellins in Zea mays

  • G. Schneider
  • J. Schmidt
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Abstract

Glucosyl conjugates represent the main group of endogenous GA conjugates in higher plants [19]. In addition, the metabolic formation of GA glucosyl conjugates following feeds of GAs to various plant tissues is a well-established phenomenon. However, the physiological role(s) of GA glucosyl conjugates is (are) still unclear, although certain functions may logically be expected from their structural features, especially when considering the GA-O-glucosides (Fig. 1).

Keywords

Hydrolysis HPLC Iodide Gibberellin Glucoside 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Schneider
  • J. Schmidt
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of Plant BiochemistryHalle/Saale Academy of Sciences of the German Democratic RepublicHalle/SaaleGermany

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