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      Purification of beta1,4 glucanase from ethylene-treated leaflet abscission zones of Sambucus nigra

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      Plant, Cell and Environment

      Wiley

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          Detection and quantitation of cellulase by Congo red staining of substrates in a cup-plate diffusion assay.

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          A simple, inexpensive, and sensitive cellulase assay which allows simultaneous enzyme quantitation for many samples has been developed. Radial diffusion of enzyme into substrate incorporated in an agar gel produces zones of hydrolysis which can be visualized by staining undegraded substrate with Congo red dye. Comparisons were made between this and other commonly used cellulase assays based on accuracy, sensitivity, and ease of use.
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            Ethylene-promoted tomato flower abscission and the possible involvement of an inhibitor.

            The abscission zone in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum (L.) Mill. flower pedicels is morphologically distinguishable prior to separation and is delineated by an indentation of the epidermis. Exposure of excised pedicels with the flower attached to ethylene results in abscission within 12 h and this can be accelerated by flower removal. Abscission of excised pedicels with the flower removed takes place in the absence of exogenous ethylene but this is delayed by pretreatment with aminoethoxyvinyl glycine, an inhibitor of ethylene biosynthesis. The data presented support the hypothesis that flower tissue is the source of an abscission inhibitor.
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              Enzymic degradation of polymers

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                Journal
                Plant, Cell and Environment
                Plant Cell Environ
                Wiley
                0140-7791
                1365-3040
                April 1993
                April 1993
                : 16
                : 3
                : 329-333
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                10.1111/j.1365-3040.1993.tb00877.x
                © 1993

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