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The metabolism of benzyladenine in Spathiphyllum floribundum 'Schott Petite' in relation to acclimatisation problems

(1995) PLANT CELL REPORTS. 14(10). p.662-665
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In Spathiphyllum floribundum 'Petite', which was cultured on medium containing benzyladenine (BA), uptake of this cytokinin and its conversion to 9-beta-D-ribofuranosyl-benzyladenine (9R-BA) or 9-beta-glucopyranosyl-benzyladenine (9G-BA) was monitored. BA and extremely large quantities of 9G-BA were exclusively located in the basal part of the plant (callus and meristems). 9R-BA was found in the basal part, the petioles and the leaf blades. After an acclimatisation period of 9 weeks the plants still contained high levels of 9G-BA, but BA and 9R-BA could no longer be detected after one week. The possible role of BA and its derivatives on inhibition of root initiation or irreversible chloroplast deficiency is discussed.
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6-BENZYLADENINE, SHOOT CULTURES, TRANSLOCATION, RANGE, CULTURED INVITRO

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Werbrouck, Stefaan, Bruno van der Jeugt, Walter Dewitte, Els Prinsen, Harry A Van Onckelen, and Pierre Debergh. 1995. “The Metabolism of Benzyladenine in Spathiphyllum Floribundum ‘Schott Petite’ in Relation to Acclimatisation Problems.” Plant Cell Reports 14 (10): 662–665.
APA
Werbrouck, Stefaan, van der Jeugt, B., Dewitte, W., Prinsen, E., Van Onckelen, H. A., & Debergh, P. (1995). The metabolism of benzyladenine in Spathiphyllum floribundum “Schott Petite” in relation to acclimatisation problems. PLANT CELL REPORTS, 14(10), 662–665.
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Werbrouck S, van der Jeugt B, Dewitte W, Prinsen E, Van Onckelen HA, Debergh P. The metabolism of benzyladenine in Spathiphyllum floribundum “Schott Petite” in relation to acclimatisation problems. PLANT CELL REPORTS. 1995;14(10):662–5.
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Werbrouck, Stefaan, Bruno van der Jeugt, Walter Dewitte, et al. “The Metabolism of Benzyladenine in Spathiphyllum Floribundum ‘Schott Petite’ in Relation to Acclimatisation Problems.” PLANT CELL REPORTS 14.10 (1995): 662–665. Print.
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  abstract     = {In Spathiphyllum floribundum 'Petite', which was cultured on medium containing benzyladenine (BA), uptake of this cytokinin and its conversion to 9-beta-D-ribofuranosyl-benzyladenine (9R-BA) or 9-beta-glucopyranosyl-benzyladenine (9G-BA) was monitored. BA and extremely large quantities of 9G-BA were exclusively located in the basal part of the plant (callus and meristems). 9R-BA was found in the basal part, the petioles and the leaf blades. After an acclimatisation period of 9 weeks the plants still contained high levels of 9G-BA, but BA and 9R-BA could no longer be detected after one week. The possible role of BA and its derivatives on inhibition of root initiation or irreversible chloroplast deficiency is discussed.},
  author       = {Werbrouck, Stefaan and van der Jeugt, Bruno and Dewitte, Walter and Prinsen, Els and Van Onckelen, Harry A and Debergh, Pierre},
  issn         = {0721-7714},
  journal      = {PLANT CELL REPORTS},
  keyword      = {6-BENZYLADENINE,SHOOT CULTURES,TRANSLOCATION,RANGE,CULTURED INVITRO},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {10},
  pages        = {662--665},
  title        = {The metabolism of benzyladenine in Spathiphyllum floribundum 'Schott Petite' in relation to acclimatisation problems},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF00232734},
  volume       = {14},
  year         = {1995},
}

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