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Studies on the maturation process of tobacco leaves in Taiwan. 3. Metabolism of nucleic acid during maturation

Studies on the maturation process of tobacco leaves in Taiwan. 3. Metabolism of nucleic acid during maturation

Journal of the Chinese Agricultural Chemical Society 14(1/2): 40-44

In the largest leaves of tobacco Vam-Hicks sampled weekly beginning on the 3rd day after topping, DNA content was fairly stable but RNA content increased between 3 and 10 days after topping then decreased. Electropherograms showed that the highest contents of chloroplast DNA occurred at the early stage of maturation while loss of cytoplasmic RNA occurred only at later stages.

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