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Multiplicity of spinach spinacia oleracea cultivar minsterland root phenolase and its mono phenolase activity



Multiplicity of spinach spinacia oleracea cultivar minsterland root phenolase and its mono phenolase activity



Phytochemistry 21(6): 1229-1232



Soluble phenolase of spinach roots is present in multiple forms, none of which is electrophoretically identical with those detected in the chloroplasts. Three out of 4 forms can oxidize monophenols, in contrast with the leaf enzymes. The enzyme activity seems to be present largely in the bound form.

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