Separate auxin- and cation-dependent mechanisms for glutamate utilization by normal and crown-gall teratoma cells of tobacco in culture View Full Text


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DATE

1973-03

AUTHORS

Frederick Meins

ABSTRACT

Crown-gall teratoma tissues of tobacco, when grown in culture, require exogeneous auxin (α-naphthaleneacetic acid) or high concentrations of K+ in the medium to utilize ammonium glutamate as a nitrogen source. These factors are not required to utilize NO3-or glutamine. The effects of K+ and auxin on glutamate utilization differ in that NH4+is required for the action of K+, but not for the action of auxin. The tissues grew optimally when the ratio of NH4+to glutamate was approximately one or greater. These results indicate that glutamate utilization involves at least two different mechanisms: one mechanism requires K+ and stoichiometric amounts of NH4+, the other mechanism requires auxin. Experiments using explants of tobacco pith show that both mechanisms function in normal as well as crown-gall tissues of tobacco. More... »

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57-64

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00386031

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24469783


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