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Differential effects of senescence on the molecular organization of membranes in ripening tomato fruit

Differential effects of senescence on the molecular organization of membranes in ripening tomato fruit

Plant Physiology 81(4): 954-959

Changes in the molecular organization by membranes in pericarp cells of ripening tomato fruit were examined by fluorescence depolarization after labelling with fluorescent lipid-soluble probes. The fluorescent labels were partitioned into isolated protoplasts and purified plastids from fruit at various stages of senescence.

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DOI: 10.1104/pp.81.4.954

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