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Chemical and immunological similarities between the phloem proteins of three genera of the Cucurbitaceae






Planta 158(2): 119-127

Chemical and immunological similarities between the phloem proteins of three genera of the Cucurbitaceae

Phloem exudates from Citrullus vulgaris (cv. Charleston Grey), Cucumis sativus (cv. Telegraph) and Cucurbita maxima (cvs Golden Delicious and Mammoth) were gelled by oxidative formation of disulphide bridges between the phloem filaments.

Accession: 001053603

PMID: 24264540

DOI: 10.1007/BF00397704

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