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Preliminary study of tulip proteins during senescence

, : Preliminary study of tulip proteins during senescence. Acta Horticulturae (41): 31-44

Conditions for obtaining soluble proteins from petals were defined in order to extract the bulk of soluble proteins without exposing them to denaturation. Electrophoresis, including several enzymatic characterizations performed after electrophoretic separation, was adapted to this study. The protein content of extracts of petal tissue, which increased until full bloom of the flower, decreased as senescence developed.

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Accession: 000167496

DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.1975.41.3

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