A Method for the Isolation of Plant Protoplasts and Vacuoles View Full Text


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DATE

1960-09

AUTHORS

E. C. COCKING

ABSTRACT

THE isolation of bacterial1 and fungal protoplasts2,3 following the use of enzymes digesting the cell wall suggested that protoplasts might be obtained from plant cells by treatment with cellulase. Root tips of tomato seedlings (Lycopersicum esculentum Mill. var. Sutton's ‘Best of All’) were selected for investigation, and a fungal cellulase obtained from Myrothecium verrucaria4 (kindly supplied by Dr. D. R. Whitaker, National Research Council, Canada) was employed. More... »

PAGES

962-963

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1958-06. Bacterial Protoplasts in NATURE
  • 1957-06. A Method of isolating Protoplasts from Yeast in NATURE
  • 1941-05. Plasmodesmata in THE BOTANICAL REVIEW
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    Nature

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    4741

    VOLUME

    187

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