Ethylene: Biochemical, Physiological and Applied Aspects, An by S. F. Yang (auth.), Yoram Fuchs, Edo Chalutz (eds.)
By S. F. Yang (auth.), Yoram Fuchs, Edo Chalutz (eds.)
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Ethylene biosynthesis: Identification of I-amino cyclopropane-l-carboxylic acid as an intermediate in the conversion of methionine to ethylene. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 76:170-174. 43 3. Yang SF. 1980. Regulation of ethylene biosynthesis. HortScience 15:238-243. 4. Mayak S, Legge RL, Thompson JE. 1981. Ethylene formation from I-amino cyclopropane-I-carboxylic acid by microsomal membranes from senescing carnation flowers. Planta 153:49-55. 5. Mattoo AK, Achilea 0, Fuchs Y, Chalutz E. 1982. Membrane association and some characteristics of the ethylene forming enzyme from etiolated pea seadlings.
Ethylene: Biochemical, Physiological and Applied Aspects. ©1984, Martinus Nijhoff/Dr W. Junk Publishers, The Hague. the 22 capillary tube in the quartz sample holder. 0037. 13C NMR spectroscopy. 0 M total carbonate in 2 ml were prepared at various pH values using the appropriate amounts of NaHC0 3 and Na 2C0 3 and, when necessary, HCI or NaOH. D. NMR tubes with a 4 mm tube containing 99% D20 fitted coaxially to give the required deuterium lock signal. 1 MHz with broad band proton decoupling. which Samples were first equilibrated for 2 h at 31°C after 3,000-5,000 free induction decays were recycle time of 12 s at the same temperature.
The membrane system is characterized by a continuously increasing rate of conversion activity during in vitro incubation. This was explained by assuming that active enzymes are concealed within the lumina of vesicles formed during membrane preparation (6), and are thus not immediately accessible to ACC molecules. Hence the rate of conversion of ACC to Y. Fuchs and E. ) Ethylene: Biochemical, Physiological and Applied Aspects. ©1984, Martinus Nijhoff/Dr W. Junk Publishers, The Hague. 34 Table 1.