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Preparation of phosphorylating chloroplasts from the marine macro alga enteromorpha intestinalis and their sensitivity to tri phenyl tin chloride

, : Preparation of phosphorylating chloroplasts from the marine macro alga enteromorpha intestinalis and their sensitivity to tri phenyl tin chloride. Plant Science Letters 21(1): 71-74

A method is reported for the preparation of actively phosphorylating chloroplasts from thallus of the green marine alga E. intestinalis, and the inhibition of phosphorylation in these by triphenyltin chloride is shown.

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