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    Isolation of Intact Vacuoles from Petunia Petals and Extraction of Sequestered Glycosylated Phenylpropanoid Compounds
    Authors:  Oded Skaliter , Jasmin Ravid, Alon Cna'ani, Gony Dvir, Rafael Knafo and Alexander Vainstein, date: 07/05/2018, view: 5780, Q&A: 0
    [Abstract] Plant vacuoles are the largest compartment in plant cells, occupying more than 80% of the cell volume. A variety of proteins, sugars, pigments and other metabolites are stored in these organelles (Paris et al., 1996; Olbrich et al., 2007). Flowers produce a variety of specialized metabolites, some of which are unique to this ...



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