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The Subcellular Localization Of Peroxidase And The Implication Of Oxidative Stress In Hyperhydrated Leaves Of Regenerated Carnation Plants

E. Olmos, A. Piqueras, J. R. Martinez-Solano, E. Hellín
Published 1997 · Biology

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The immunolocalization and distribution of peroxidases from hyperhydrated leaves of carnation were studied. A lower lignification and higher water content were observed in hyperhydrated leaves. To analyze the possible involvement of oxidative stress in the process of hyperhydration, peroxidase activity and lipid peroxidation products (MDA) were measured. Hyperhydrated leaves differed from normal ones in total peroxidase activity, in the isozyme pattern and distribution of peroxidase activity by immunogold labelling. These results suggest the existence of an oxidative stress during hyperhydricity in carnation leaves.
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