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Toxic effect of Pseudomonas tabaci on RNA metabolism in tobacco and its counteraction by kinetin
Year:
1964
Source of publication :
Science
Authors :
Lovrekovich, L.
;
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Volume :
145
Co-Authors:
Lovrekovich, L., Research Institute for Plant Protection, Budapest, Hungary
Klement, Z., Research Institute for Plant Protection, Budapest, Hungary
Farkas, G.L., Research Institute for Plant Protection, Budapest, Hungary
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From page:
165
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Total pages:
-164
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Abstract:
Treatment of intact tobacco leaves with toxin-containing culture filtrates of Pseudomonas tabaci markedly reduced the ribonucleic acid content of the leaves. The decrease was counteracted by spraying the leaves with 10 -4M kinetin. Simultaneously with the decrease in RNA, the ribonuclease activity of extracts from tissues treated with toxin increased. Experiments on the effect of kinetin on the ribonuclease activity of toxin-treated tissues gave no consistent results.
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chemistry
Chemistry, Analytical
Chemistry Techniques, Analytical
metabolism
Ribonucleases
RNA
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Database:
Scopus
Publication Type:
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Language:
English
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Toxic effect of Pseudomonas tabaci on RNA metabolism in tobacco and its counteraction by kinetin
145
Lovrekovich, L., Research Institute for Plant Protection, Budapest, Hungary
Klement, Z., Research Institute for Plant Protection, Budapest, Hungary
Farkas, G.L., Research Institute for Plant Protection, Budapest, Hungary
Toxic effect of Pseudomonas tabaci on RNA metabolism in tobacco and its counteraction by kinetin
Treatment of intact tobacco leaves with toxin-containing culture filtrates of Pseudomonas tabaci markedly reduced the ribonucleic acid content of the leaves. The decrease was counteracted by spraying the leaves with 10 -4M kinetin. Simultaneously with the decrease in RNA, the ribonuclease activity of extracts from tissues treated with toxin increased. Experiments on the effect of kinetin on the ribonuclease activity of toxin-treated tissues gave no consistent results.
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