The Physiological Properties of Plant Protoplasts

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783642701467
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 11/23/2011
  • Series: Proceedings in Life Sciences Series
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1985
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 286
  • Product dimensions: 6.69 (w) x 9.61 (h) x 0.64 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction: The Use of Plant Protoplasts in Physiological Research (With 1 Figure).- Applications of Protoplast Technology.- Properties of Some Enzymes Used for Protoplast Isolation (With 3 Figures).- Isolation of Maize Protoplasts from the Root Cap and Apex (With 2 Figures).- Plant Protoplast Viability (With 2 Figures).- Isolation of Plasma Membrane from Ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum) Endosperm Protoplasts (With 2 Figures).- The Use of Protoplasts in the Study of Coated Vesicles (With 3 Figures).- Membrane Transport in Protoplasts (With 2 Figures).- The Binding of Anion Transport Inhibitors on the Plasmalemma Isolated from Corn Root Protoplasts (With 6 Figures).- Intracellular Transport of Metabolites in Protoplasts: Transport Between Cytosol and Vacuole (With 1 Figure).- Compartmentation of Metabolite Pools in Protoplasts: Chloroplasts, Mihondria, Cytosol/Vacuole (With 1 Figure).- Protoplast Evacuolation (With 2 Figures).- Protoplasts in Studies of Vacuolar Storage Compounds (With 9 Figures).- Distribution of Saccharides Between Cytoplasm and Vacuole in Protoplasts (With 3 Figures).- Anthocyanin Containing Vacuoles Isolated from Protoplasts of Daucus carota Cell Cultures (With 1 Figure).- Vacuolar pH Variability in a Protoplast Population (With 4 Figures).- Mitotic Cycle of Mesophyll Protoplasts (With 2 Figures).- The Use of Guard Cell Protoplasts to Study Stomatal Physiology (With 6 Figures).- Regulation of Volume Changes in Guard Cell Protoplasts (With 3 Figures).- Wall Regeneration in Protoplasts of Higher Plants (With 3 Figures).- Glucan Synthases and Cell-Wall Regeneration in Fungal Protoplasts (With 3 Figures).- Fatty Acids in Protoplasts (With 3 Figures).- Proline in Protoplasts: The Chemical Potential of Proline and Stress Sensitivity of Cells (With 2 Figures).- The Biosynthesis and Catabolism of Indole-3-Acetic Acid in Protoplasts (With 3 Figures).- Auxin Receptors in Tobacco Leaf Protoplasts (With 3 Figures).- Some Physiological Properties of Protoplasts from Gravireacting Maize Roots (With 2 Figures).- Protoplasts and Gravireactivity (With 6 Figures).- Proton Extrusion in Protoplasts: Fusicoccin and Cytokinin Effects.- Protoplast Growth and Photoregulation (With 1 Figure).- Photorespiratory Metabolism in Protoplasts (With 3 Figures).

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