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Soluble Cell Wall Polysaccharides Released from Pea Stems by Centrifugation : I. EFFECT OF AUXIN



Soluble Cell Wall Polysaccharides Released from Pea Stems by Centrifugation : I. EFFECT OF AUXIN



Plant Physiology 68(3): 531-537



The metabolism of polysaccharides by pea stem segments treated with or without IAA was investigated using a centrifugation technique for removing sol. from the free space of the cell wall. Glucose was the predominant sugar found. IAA treatment enhanced the levels of xylose and glucose in ethanol-insoluble polysaccharides and increased uronic acid levels. Stem segment growth was also increased by IAA. Incubation of segments in acidic buffers also increased xyloglucan and polyuronide metabolism.

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DOI: 10.1104/pp.68.3.531


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