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Pea Xyloglucan and Cellulose : III. Metabolism during Lateral Expansion of Pea Epicotyl Cells



Pea Xyloglucan and Cellulose : III. Metabolism during Lateral Expansion of Pea Epicotyl Cells



Plant Physiology 76(3): 739-742



During lateral expansion of the 3rd internodes of pea epicotyls, 2,4-D enhanced and ethylene inhibited the deposition of xyloglucan and cellulose in the cell walls. Activities of xyloglucan synthase, alkali-insoluble beta -glucan synthases and endo-1,4- beta -glucanases were all enhanced by 2,4-D treatment but not by ethylene. Both 2,4-D and ethylene treatments led to increased osmotic potential in the swelling tissues.

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DOI: 10.1104/pp.76.3.739


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