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Zeatin allylic phosphate: occurrence, formation and possible role


Progress in plant growth regulation Proceedings of the 14th international conference on plant growth substances, Amsterdam, 21-26 July, 1991: 617-623
Zeatin allylic phosphate: occurrence, formation and possible role
Zeatin allylic phosphate (ZAP)-forming fractions were isolated from the microsomes of Jerusalem artichoke Violet de Rennes tubers using Triton X-100, and were partially purified. ZAP-forming enzyme activity was measured by the conversion of 8-zeatin to 14C-ZAP. Enzyme activity was optimal with added partially purified microsomal protein at a concentration of 4 micro g/ml.


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