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Malate dehydrogenase system in Wolffia arrhiza: its characterization and role in plant adaptation to light and darkness


Russian Journal of Plant Physiology 43(1): 31-36
Malate dehydrogenase system in Wolffia arrhiza: its characterization and role in plant adaptation to light and darkness
The total activity, subcellular localization, and isozyme contents of the malate dehydrogenase system (NAD- and NADP-dependent malate dehydrogenases, and NAD- and NADP-dependent malic enzymes) were studied in Wolffia arrhiza plants grown in the light or in darkness with or without malate added to the nutrient solution. The NAD-malate oxidoreductase activity in the plant homogenate was several times higher than the activities of the other enzymes.


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