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Responses of guard cell protoplasts of Nicotiana glauca from leaves with closed or open stomata to red and blue light

Responses of guard cell protoplasts of Nicotiana glauca from leaves with closed or open stomata to red and blue light

Plant Physiology 89(Suppl 4): 23

ISSN/ISBN: 0032-0889

In experiments with guard cell protoplasts (GCP) from Nicotiana glauca, rates of red light-induced alkaninization and blue light-induced acidification varied with the time of day that the GCP were isolated. Conductances of single leaves were measured either pre-dawn or at mid-morning, and GCP were isolated from their abaxial epidermes. GCP from both leaf types hydrolyzed fluorescein diacetate and swelled to equal diam. in solutions containing KCl and fusicoccin.

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