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The Effect of Potassium Ions on Peroxidase Activity and Its Isozyme Composition as Related to Apple Callus Growth In vitro
Year:
1971
Source of publication :
Botanical Gazette
Authors :
הופמן, משה
;
.
לביא, שמעון
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.
Volume :
132
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From page:
232
To page:
237
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Total pages:
6
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Abstract:

The effect of potassium concentration on growth was tested on callus of two apple clones, M-XVI and 3,430, in vitro Both clones produced optimal growth at a concentration of 140 μg K/milliliter medium Concentrations lower than 56 μg/milliliter enabled considerably less growth, potassium uptake, and peroxidase activity High potassium concentrations in the media induced increased potassium uptake and peroxidase activity, accompanied by a reduction in growth The rates of growth and potassium uptake are specific for each clone and show opposite relations. General peroxidase activity was low in the vigorous M-XVI clone. No significant difference in peroxidase isozyme composition could be found with the various potassium concentrations or the resulting vigor of growth.

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Apple
Callus
Isozyme
Malus sylvestris
peroxidase activity
potassium
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DOI :
https://doi.org/10.1086/336584
Article number:
0
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Language:
אנגלית
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46590
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The Effect of Potassium Ions on Peroxidase Activity and Its Isozyme Composition as Related to Apple Callus Growth In vitro
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The Effect of Potassium Ions on Peroxidase Activity and Its Isozyme Composition as Related to Apple Callus Growth In vitro

The effect of potassium concentration on growth was tested on callus of two apple clones, M-XVI and 3,430, in vitro Both clones produced optimal growth at a concentration of 140 μg K/milliliter medium Concentrations lower than 56 μg/milliliter enabled considerably less growth, potassium uptake, and peroxidase activity High potassium concentrations in the media induced increased potassium uptake and peroxidase activity, accompanied by a reduction in growth The rates of growth and potassium uptake are specific for each clone and show opposite relations. General peroxidase activity was low in the vigorous M-XVI clone. No significant difference in peroxidase isozyme composition could be found with the various potassium concentrations or the resulting vigor of growth.

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