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Ethylene metabolism in olive tree leaves


, : Ethylene metabolism in olive tree leaves. Revista Espanola de Fisiologia 46(2): 129-132

Olive tree tissues are able to metabolize ethylene. This metabolism is inhibited by heat killing and carbon disulfide. Rubber stoppers usually employed to close the incubation vials release carbon disulfide, thereby modifying the values obtained for ethylene. The ethylene consumption rate has been found to be 9 nl/h .cntdot. g, an intermediate value among the different plant tissues so far examined.

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