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Contributions to the problem of plastid changes. II. Chlorophyll determinations in plants with back mutations of plastids



Contributions to the problem of plastid changes. II. Chlorophyll determinations in plants with back mutations of plastids



Z NATURFORSCH 21b(l): 66-71



Gene-induced plastid spots back mutations were observed in colorless spots in Epilobium from which individual plastids again became green. The composition of the coloring matter of 3 plants with the back mutations corresponds fully with that of the normal initial kin. The size of the secondary plastids capable of becoming green, their correlation with the colorless plastids of the primary mutation, and also in 1 case the habit of the plants could be changed as compared with the norm. Primary and secondary changes probably do not affect the formation of coloring matter but that they change the structure of the plastids and thereby only indirectly affect the content of coloring matter.

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