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|Title:||Proteolysis in embryogenesis of Phaseolus coccineus: possible control by ionic strength||Authors:||Orlandini, Maurizio
Tagliasacchi, A. M.
|Issue Date:||1989||Project:||None||Journal:||JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY||Abstract:||
The presence of both alkaline and acidic proteinase activities has been evidenced in the suspensor of 11 mm long seeds of Phaseolus coccineus. The acidic activity is mainly localized in the basal giant cells and is regulated by low molecular weight thermostable inhibitors. There is evidence from in vitro experiments that ionic strength may regulate the activity.
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