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  • Plant Science, 76 (1991) 283 284 283 Elsevier Scientific Publishers Ireland Ltd.

    Contents Volume 76 (1991)

    PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY Purification and physicochemical properties of starch phosphorylase from yam (Dioscorea cayenensis)

    by I. Hamdan and J. Diopoh (Abidjan, Ivory Coast) ......................................................................... Isolation of protoplasts trom tomato fruit (Lyccpersicon esculentum): first uptake studies

    by S. Fieuw and J. Willenbrink (Koln, F.R.G.) ................................................................................... Regulation of nitrate reductase by molybdenum in chloronema cell cultures of the moss Funaria hygrometrica

    by M. Padidam and M.M. Johri (Bombay, India) ............................................................................... Extraction of crassulacean acid metabolism-phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase using aqueous two phase

    systems by A.B. Silva, M.C. Arrabaca and J.M.S. Cabral (Lisbon, Portugal) .................................................

    Nuclear matrices from transcriptionally active and inactive plant cells by C. Krachmarov, L. Stoilov and J. Zlatanova (Sofia, Bulgaria) .......................................................

    Altered 13NO 3- influx in phosphorus limited plants by T.W. Rufty, Jr., M.Y. Siddiqi, A.D.M. Glass and T.J. Ruth (Raleigh, NC and Vancouver, Canada)

    Inhibition of photosynthetic sucrose synthesis by imidodiphosphate, an analog of inorganic pyrophosphate by H.E. Neuhaus and M. Stitt (Osnabriick and Bayreuth, F.R.G.) .....................................................

    Calcium levels during the germination and seedling growth of Cicer arietinum L: Effect of exogenous application of calcium and cytokinins by P. Gallego, J. Hernandez-Nistal, G. Nicolas and N. Villalobos (Salamanca, Spain) ......................

    Purification and characterization of three chitinases and one/3-1,3-glucanase accumulating in the medium of cell suspension cultures of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) by K.M. Kragh, S. Jacobsen, J.D. Mikkelsen and K.A. Nielsen (Roskilde, Lyngby, Copenhagen and Heddinge, Denmark) .............................................................................................................................

    Characterization of endogenous electron donor systems to Photosystem I in green potato tuber chloroplasts by M.T. Janave, N.K. Ramaswamy and P.M. Nair (Bombay, India) ..................................................

    Enhancement of K + uptake through the plasma membrane in freshly cut root segments from maize seed- lings pretreated with spermidine by M. de Agazio, S. Grego and F. De Cesare (Rome and Viterbo, Italy) ..........................................

    GENETICS AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY DNA fingerprint analysis of ornamental plants

    by G. Tzuri, J. Hillel, U. Lavi, A. Haberfeld and A. Vainstein (Rehovot and Bet Dagan, Israel) ..... Light inducible and tissue-specific expression of a chimeric mouse metaliothionein cDNA gene in tobacco

    by I.B. Maiti, G.J. Wagner and A.G. Hunt (Lexington, KY) .............................................................. M2 seed screening for nitrate reductase deficiency in Nicotiana plumbaginifolia

    by F. Pelsy, J. Kronenberger, J.-M. Pollien and M. Caboche (Versailles, France) ..............................

    CELL AND TISSUE STUDIES IN VITRO Interspecific somatic hybridization in potato by protoplast electrofusion

    by I. Serraf, D. Sihachakr, G. Ducreux, S.C. Brown, M. Allot, N. Barghi and L. Rossignol (Orsay and Gif sur Yvette, France) .........................................................................................................................

    Effects of Helminthosporium carbonum race 1 toxin on host and non-host cereal protoplasts by S.J. Wolf and E.D. Earle (Charlottesville, VA and Ithaca, NY) ....................................................

    Plant regeneration from cotyledonary explants of Aesculus hippocastanum L. by P. Profumo, P. Gastaldo, L. Bevilacqua and S. Carli (Genoa, Italy) .............................................

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    PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY Changes in photochemical and fluorescence yields in leaf tissue from normal and starchless Nicotiana ,sTh'estris

    with increasing irradiance by R.B. Peterson and K.R. Hanson (New Haven, CT) ...................................................................... 143 151

    Distribution of photosynthetically fixed ~4CO~ into essential oil in relation to primary metabolites in developing peppermint (Mentha piperita) leaves by N.K. Srivastava and R. Luthra (Lucknow, India) ......................................................................... 153 - 157

    Two-dimensional electrophoretic comparison of mitochondrial polypeptides from different wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) tissues by R. Rios, J. de Buyser, Y. Henry, F. Ambard-Bretteville and R. R6my (Orsay, France) .............. 159 166

    Effect of penconazole and flusilazol on the tonoplast of Acer pseudoplatanus cells by R. Colombo, R. Cerana and P. Lado (Milan, Italy) ..................................................................... 167 174

    Properties of monoclonal antibodies to plant calmodulin by P.P. Jablonsky, F. Grolig, J.L. Perkin and R.E. Williamson (Canberra, Australia) ..................... 175 184

    Partial purification and characterization of various ~3-glucosidases associated with cellular components of corn roots by G. Nagahashi, J. Rao, D.L. Patterson and S.-I. Tu (Philadelphia, PA) ........................................ 185 191

    Solubilization of a membrane-bound stimulator of 1,3-/3-glucan synthase from Suprolegnia by V. Girard and M. Fevre (Villeurbanne, France) ............................................................................ 193 200

    GENETICS AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Biochemical characterization of cnx nitrate reductase-deficient mutants of Nicotiana plumhagin(/blia

    by A. Marion-Poll, 1. Ch6rel, M. Gonneau and M.-T. Leydecker (Versailles, France) ...................... 201 209 Rice chitinase gene: eDNA cloning and stress-induced expression

    by Y. Nishizawa and T. Hibi (Ibaraki, Japan) ................................................................................... 211 218

    CELL AND TISSUE STUDIES IN VITRO Racemic abscisic acid and abscisyl alcohol promote maturation of white spruce (Picea glauca) somatic

    embryos by D.I. Dunstan, T.D. Bethune and S.R. Abrams (Saskatoon, Canada) ........................................... 219 228

    Hydraulic conductivity of cell walls in sugar beet tissue by C. Buttersack and W. Basler (Braunschweig and Hamburg, Germany) ......................................... 229 237

    An assessment of genetic stability of potato in vitro by molecular and phenotypic analysis by R. Potter and M.G.K. Jones (As, Norway and Perth, Australia) ................................................. 239 248

    Production of iridoid glucosides in cell suspension cultures of Penstemon serrulatus: effects of nutritional factors by H. Wysokinska and L. Swiatek (Lodz, Poland) ............................................................................. 249--258

    Early development of douglas-fir plantlets following transfer to the greenhouse by G.H. Mohammed and W.E. Vidaver (Burnaby, Canada) .............................................................. 259 265

    GENERAL Monoclonal antibodies to antigens of anthers from a dioecious plant: Asparugu~ qfficinalis L.

    by M. Bracale, M.L. Nolli, M.G. Galli, F. Raffaldi, M. Mastrodicasa, A. Falavigna and C. Soave (Milan and Varese, Italy) .................................................................................................................... 267~ 273

    Book Review ............................................................................................................................................ 275 276 Subject Index Volume 76 ......................................................................................................................... 277 -279 Author Index Volume 76 ......................................................................................................................... 281 Contents Volume 76 ................................................................................................................................. 283 284