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EDITORIAL BOARD Martin Gibbs, Editor-in-Chief, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts 02254 Clanton C. Black, Jr. Associate Editor, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia 30602 Charles S. Levings, III, Associate Editor, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina 27650 Page W. Morgan, Associate Editor, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas 77843 Oliver E. Nelson, Associate Editor, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 53706 Jack Preiss, Associate Editor, University of California, Davis, California 95616 Folke K. Skoog, Associate Editor, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 53706 Carroll A. Swanson, Associate Editor, Ohio State Universitv, Columbus, Ohio 43210
Akazawa, T. Amrhein, N. Anderson, L. E. Arntzen, C. J. Axelrod, B. Bandurski, R. S. Barr, C. E. Bassham, J. A. Bauer, W. D. Becker, W. M. Beevers, H. Beevers, L. Benedict, C. R. Bewley, J. D. Beyer, E. M., Jr. Biggins, J. Borchert, R. Boyer, J. S. Brenner, M. L. Burke, M. J. Burr, B. Burris, R. H. Castelfranco, P. Chandra, G. R.
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Hanson, J. B. Hardy, R. W. F. Haskins, F. A. Heichel, G. H. Helgeson, J. P. Hellebust, J. A. Hillman, W. S. Hodges, T. K. Holm, R. E. Huang, A. H. C. Jackson, P. C. Jackson, W. A. Jaworski, E. G. Jones, R. L. Jordan, W. R. Joy, K. W. Kaufman, P. B. Kende, H. J. Klepper, E. L. Kolattukudy, P. E. Kuc, J. Larkins, B. A. Laties, G. G. Latzko, E.
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Continuedfrom preceding page 1198 Apparent Bicarbonate Uptake and Possible Plasmalemma Proton Efflux in Chara corallina-Jack M. Ferrier 1200 Influence of After-ripening on Phytochrome Control of Seed Germination in Two Varieties of Lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.)-Yoshihiro Suzuki, Yasuhiko Soejima, and Tsuyoshi Matsui
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Author Index
Albersheim, Peter Andre, Marcel Avron, Mordhay
1128, 1135 1032 1196
Badger, Murray R. Bailey, David S. Bauer, Wolfgang D. Ben-Amotz, Ami Bhuvaneswari, T. V. Booz, Martha L. Briggs, Winslow R. Buchanan, Bob B. Burton, Jane E.
1110 1113 1027 1196 1027 1037 1024, 1067 1150 1044
Carr, Denis J.
1099
Caubergs, Roland J.
1067
Cerana, Raffaella
1095
Chin, Chee-Kok
1058
Cooke, Robert J.
1119
Darvill, Alan G. Darvill, Janet E. Davies, David D. DeLuca, Vincenzo Durr, Mathias
1128, 1135 1135 1119 1113 1113
Elstner, Erich F.
1106
Emerich, David W.
1061
Evans, Harold J.
1061
Farineau, Jack P.
1079
Ferrier, Jack M.
1198
Gardner, Gary
1074
Geissler, Art E
1190
Gerbaud, Alain
1032
Goldsmith, Mary Helen M.
1067
Gorton, Holly L. Graham, Jo-Ruth Hageman, Richard H. Harrison, Marcia A. Hirasawa, Eiji Huet, Jean C. Hutcheson, Steven W. Iino, Moritoshi Katekar, Gerard F. Kaufman, Peter B. Kislev, Naomi Konze, Jorg R. Lee, Michael Lester, Hope H. Luttge, Ulrich Maclachlan, Gordon A. Matsui, Tsuyoshi McFeeters, Roger F. McNeil, Michael Mohanty, Prasanna Montalbini, Paolo Morot-Gaudry, Jean F. Mulligan, R. Michael Myers, Jack Nood6n, Larry D. Paradies, Inge Paxton, Jack Pradet, Alain Pugliarello, Maria C.
1024 1144 1179, 1184 1123 1091 1079 1150 1099 1190 1123 1140 1106 1058 1085 1155 1113 1200 1019 1128, 1135 1174 1150 1079 1169 1144 1048 1106 1106 1053 1095
Rasi-Caldogno, Franca Raymond, Philippe Reed, Andrew J. Roberts, Keith Rubenstein, Irwin Ruiz-Argueso, Tomas Russell, Sterling A. Saglio, Pierre H. Saltveit, Mikal E., Jr. Samet, Joyce S. Sinclair, Thomas R. Smith, J. Andrew C. Soejima, Yasuhiko Stafford, Helen A. Steudle, Ernst Sussman, Michael R. Suzuki, Yonezo Suzuki, Yoshihiro Tolbert, N. E. Travis, Robert L. Tripathy, Baishnab C. Turgeon, B. Gillian Upadhyaya, Mahesh K. Varner, Joseph E. Verma, Desh Pal S. Wang, Richard T. Watson, Leslie Wegmann, Klaus Yeoh, Hock-Hin Yu, Richard S.-T.
1095 1053 1179, 1184 1119 1140 1061 1061 1053 1019 1164 1164 1155 1200 1085 1155 1074 1091 1200 1169 1037 1174 1027 1048 1044 1113 1144 1110 1196 1110 1099
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L. A. HADWIGER
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P. B. KAUFMAN
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E. L. KLEPPER
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E. LATZKO
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R. T. LEONARD
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A Adams, David, 422 Adams, Douglas 0., 286, 841 Albersheim, Peter, 1128, 1135 Amrhein, Nikolaus, 823, 830 Anderson, James 0., 488 Anderson, Louise E., 605, 815 Anderson, Roger S., 451 Andre, Marcel, 1032 Ashton, Anthony R., 605 Atkins, Craig A., 735 Atkins, Craig A., 978 Avron, Mordhay, 1196 B Badger, Murray R., 302, 407, 1110 Bailey, David S., 1113 Bandursti, Robert S., 775 Barber, George A., 326 Barna, Balazs, 580 Bartolf, Michael, 438 Bauer, Wolfgang D., 158, 1027 Bean, George Albert, 1008 Beckman, Jean M., 199, 205 Beevers, Harry, 555 Beggs, Christopher J., 615 Below, Fred E., 164 Ben-Amotz, Ami, 1196 Benveniste, Irene, 600 Bergman, Anders, 442 Berlyn, Mary B., 334 Berns, Donald S., 596 Berry, Joseph A., 238, 302, 407 Bewley, J. Derek, 70, 637 Bhuvaneswari, T. V., 1027 Black, Clanton C., Jr., 379 Blackman, Merrill S., 261 Bliss, Frederick A., 838, 897 Blizzard, Wayne E., 809 Boal, Robin, 956 Boeshore, Maury L., 500 Boger, Peter, 797 Boller, Thomas, 566 Bolton, Jacqueline K., 97 Bonner, Bruce A., 321 Booz, Martha L., 1037 Boss, Wendy F., 835 Bottger, Barbel, 525 Boyer, John S., 809 Boyle, C. David, 276 Bradbeer, J. William, 34 Brangeon, Judy, 762, 770 Brecke, Barry J., 656 Brennan, Eileen, 438 Brennan, Thomas, 605, 815 Briggs, Winslow R., 908, 1024, 1067 Brill, Winston J., 609 Brin, G. P., 925 Briskin, Somald P., 684 Brown, John W. S., 838 Brown, R. Harold, 97, 541 Brown, Terence A., 758 Brunes, Laila, 940 Buchanan, Bob B., 1150 Buck, Jamie A., 545 Burton, Jane E., 1044 Button, Susan C., 510
Author Index C Caboche, Michel, 726 Caldwell, Robert A., 973 Camm, Edith L., 428 Canvin, David T., 302, 628 Carlier, Albert R., 584 Carpita, Nicholas C., 911 Carr, Denis J., 1099 Caubergs, Roland J., 1067 Cavalieri, Anthony J., 588 Cedel, Thomas E., 696, 704 Cerana, Raffaella, 1095 Chakravorty, Arun K., 520 Chen, Hwei-Hwang, 414, 596 Chin, Chee-Kok, 1058 Chrispeels, Maarten J., 390, 1001 Cleland, Robert E., 353, 433 Cohen, Efraim, 746 Cohen, William S., 242 Cooke, Robert J., 1119 Cutler, Jay M., 147 D Daly, J. M., 580 Darvill, Alan G., 1128, 1135 Darvill, Janet E., 1135 Davey, Ross A., 510 Davidonis, Gayle H., 537 Davies, David D., 1119 Davis, Lawrence C., 126 De Filippis, Luigi F., I DeJong, T. M., 101 Delaey, Bernard M., 584 Delmer, Deborah P., 911 DeLuca, Vincenzo, 1113 DeMaggio, Augustus E., 922 Deus, Brigitte, 830 Dhawan, Ashok K., 254 Djerdjour, Bahia, 225 Doravari, Sudarsanam, 628 Douce, Roland, 225 Dugger, W. Mack, 692 Duke, William B., 656 Durham, James I., 88 Durr, Mathias, 1113 Durst, Francis, 600 E Earle, Elizabeth D., 477 Edwards, Gerald E., 463 Eliasson, Lennart, 940 Elstner, Erich F., 215, 1106 Emerich, David W., 1061 Ericson, Ingemar, 442 Eustice, David C., 182 Evans, Harold J., 1061 Evans, Michael L., 561 Ewing, Elmer E., 451 F Fadeel, Ahmed, 466 Falkowski, Paul G., 592 Farineau, Jack P., 1079 Farquhar, Graham D., 710 Faulkner, Gary D., 545 Ferrier, Jack M., 46, 1198 x
Fett, William Frederick, 847, 853 Firth, Peter M., 710 Fishbeck, K. A., 101 Fites, Roger C., 308, 313 Fock, Heinrich, 302 Fondy, Bernadette R., 945 Foster, Ian, 182 Foster, Joyce G., 482 Fujihara, Shinsuke, 139 G Gadal, Pierre, 619 Galston, Arthur W., 534 Gamow, R. Igor, 525 Garcia-Martinez, Jose L., 422 Garcia, Raymond E., 257 Gardestrom, Per, 442 Gardner, Gary, 1074 Gehrke, Peter, 830 Geiger, Donald R., 945 Geissler, Art E., 1190 Gerbaud, Alain, 1032 Gilkes, Neil R., 390 Goldsmith, Mary Helen M., 1067 Goldstein, Alan H., 488 Goren, Raphael, 750 Gorton, Holly L., 1024 Gottlieb, Leslie D., 400 Gracen, Vernon E., 477 Graham, Jo-Ruth, 1144 Grant, Bruce R., 29, 130 Green, Beverley R., 428 Greenberg, Elaine, 864 Greene, Carolyn, 922 Gregory, Peter, 477 Griffiths, Geoffrey J., 978 Gross, Kenneth C., 532 H Hadwiger, Lee A., 199, 205 Hageman, Richard H., 164, 1179, 1184 Hague, Donald R., 505 Halevy, Abraham H., 990, 1001 Hall, Timothy C., 838, 897 Hamilton, Robert H., 537 Hampp, Rudiger, I Hankins, Charles N., 375 Hanson, Andrew D., 342 Harper, James E., 57, 61 Harrison, Marcia A., 1123 Hehlein, Christa, 576 Helder, Riender J., 818 Heldt, Hans W., 187 Henis, Yigal, 746 Herman, Eliot M., 1001 Hess, John L., 482 Hicklenton, Peter R., 13 Higgins, Thomas J. V., 510 Hirasawa, Eiji, 1091 Hirel, Bertrand, 619 Ho, David Tuan-hua, 153 Hollander, Heike, 823 Holmes, M. Geoffrey, 615 Hong, Sung-Gak, 40 Hong, Young-Nam, 194 Howard, Russell John, 29 Huang, Anthony H. C., 588
Plant Physiol. Vol. 66, 1980 Huber, Don M., 330 Huet, Jean C., 1079 Hutcheson, Steven W., 1150 Huttermann, Aloys, 805 lino, Moritoshi, 1099 Israel, Daniel W., 720 J Jabben, Merten, 615 Jackson, Patricia C., 801 Janes, Harry W., 171 Jolliffe, Peter A., 13 Jones, Jennifer F., 566 Jones, Russell L., 466 Journet, Etienne, 225 K Kang, Seong-Mo, 984 Kaplan, Aaron, 407 Karssen, C. M., 175 Katekar, Gerard F., 1190 Kato, Jiro, 246 Kaufman, Peter B., 1123 Keegstra, Kenneth, 950 Keith, Brian, 956, 962 Kemble, Roger J., 34 Kende, Hans, 566 Kennedy, Ivan R., 782 Kenyon, William H., 379 Key, Joe L., 360, 368 Khan, Anwar A., 175 Khanna, Vinod, 632 Kiefer, Dale A., 383 Kigel, Jaime, 746 Kindinger, Juanita I., 375 King, John, 632 Kislev, Naomi, 1140 Kleinhofs, Andris, 153 Kohl, Daniel H., 51, 57, 61 Koller, Dov, 82 Konze, Jorg R., 566, 1106 Kozlowski, T. T., 267 Krasnovsky, A. A., 925 Kringstad, Randi, 379 Ku, Maurice S. B., 463 Kull, Frederick J., 182 L Lackey, Gary D., 532 Lance, Claude, 457 Lark, Carl G., 726 Laties, George G., 890 Lawyer, Arthur L., 334 Lee, Michael, 1058 Lee, Tsung T., 1012 Lendzian, Klaus J., 8 Leonard, Robert T., 684 Leopold, Carl, 715 Lester, Hope H., 1085 Leto, Kenneth J., 18 Li, Paul H., 414 Lin, Paul P.-C., 360, 368 Lin, Willy, 550 Loewus, Frank A., 740 Lott, John N. A., 494 Lucas, William J., 46 Luttge, Ulrich, 1155 Lyman, Harvard, 295 M Ma, Yu, 879 MacKay, A. Bryan, 754
Author Index Maclachlan, Gordon A., 1113 MacPeek, Wendy A., 242 Magnus, Volker, 775 Majak, Walter, 74 Major, David J., 793 Man in 't Veld, Willem A., 572 Marsho, Thomas V., 754 Masuda, Hiroshi, 93 Matsui, Tsuyoshi, 1200 McBride, Murray B., 715 McCarthy, Susan A., 142 McClure, Peter R., 720 McDaniel, Carl N., 261 McDaniel, Robert G., 488 McFeeters, Roger F., 1019 McKersie, Bryan D., 316 McNeil, Michael, 1128, 1135 Mettler, Irvin J., 555 Metzger, James D., 679, 844 Miles, Donald, 18 Miller, Richard W., 349 Mishkind, Michael, 950 Mohanty, Prasanna, 1174 Molin, William T., 308, 313 Moll, Benjamin A., 466 Montalbini, Paolo, 1150 Mor, Yoram, 990, 996 Moreau, Francois, 457 Morgan, Jack A., 541 Morgan, Page W., 88 Mori, Tokunori, 368 Morohashi, Yukio, 70, 637 Morot-Gaudry, Jean F., 1079 Mort, Andrew J., 158 Mott, Ralph L., 835 Mudd, J. Brian, 257 Mulligan, R. Michael, 1169 Mumma, Ralph, 537 Murphy, Denis J., 660, 666 Murray, David R., 782 Myers, Jack, 1144 N Nes, William David, 1008 Neuburger, Michel, 225 Nguyen, Jacqueline, 935 Ni, Chan Van, 925 Nichols, Everett J., 199 Nicholson, Charles, III, 272 Nikandrov, V. V., 925 Nolan, William G., 234 Nooden, Larry D., 1048 Nur, Israel, 746 0 Oaks, Ann, 212 Ohlrogge, John B., 422 Okita, Thomas W., 864, 870 Okon, Yaacov, 746 O'Leary, Marion H., 931 Olson, Robert J., 383 Oquist, Gunnar, 940 Ortiz, William, 291 Osmond, C. Barry, 302, 931 Owens, Thomas G., 592 p Paau, Alan S., 609 Palevitz, Barry A., 950 Paradies, Inge, 1106 Pate, John S., 735, 978 Paton, Dugald M., 254 Patriquin, David G., 276 Patterson, Glen Wayne, 1008 Paul, Jack L., 1015
xi Paxton, Jack, 1106 Peumans, Willy J., 584 Pharis, Richard P., 793 Pharr, David M., 731 Phillips, Donald A., 101, 973 Pike, Carl S., 238 Planta, Rudi J., 572 Pollard, Michael R., 641, 649 Polya, Gideon M., 105, 112 Poole, Ronald J., 25 Porath, Dan, 1001 Potter, John R., 528 Pradet, Alain, 516, 1053 Pratt, Lee H., 500, 903 Preiss, Jack, 864, 870 Priestley, David A., 715 Prins, Hidde B. A., 818 Prioul, Jean-Louis, 762, 770 Pure, Glenn A., 520 Purvis, Albert C., 624 Price, Carl A., 291, 438 Pugliarello, Maria C., 1095 Q Quail, Peter H., 908 R Racusen, Richard H., 534 Rappaport, Lawrence, 422 Rasi-Caldogno, Franca, 1095 Rayle, David L., 433 Raymond, Philippe, 1053 Reaney, Martin, 74 Reardon, Ellen M., 291 Rebeiz, Constantin A., 142 Reed, Andrew J., 164, 1179, 1184 Reichhart, Daniele, 600 Reid, Michael S., 1015 Reyss, Agnes, 762, 770 Riov, Joseph, 750 Roberts, Keith, 1119 Roman, Ruth, 726 Rood, Stewart B., 793 Roux, Stanley J., 696, 704 Rubenstein, Irwin, 1140 Riidiger, Wolflhart, 576 Ruiz-Argueso, Tomas, 1061 Russell, Sterling A., 1061 Rustin, Pierre, 457 S Saftner, Robert A., 844 Sagee, Oded, 750 Saglio, Pierre H., 516, 1019 Salaun, Jean-Pierre, 600 Saltveit, Mikal E., Jr., 1019 Samet, Joyce S., 1164 Sandmann, Gerhard, 797 Sasaki, Ken, 740 Satler, Sergio O., 395 Scandalios, John G., 688 Schafer, Eberhard, 615 Schmidt, Rainer, 25 Schmitz, Klaus, 66 Schobert, Brigitte, 215 Schoch, Siegrid, 576 Schopfer, Peter, 194 Schulze, Aga, 775 Schwartz, Amnon, 82 Scott, K. J., 520 Scott, Nancy A., 342 Sena-Gomes, A. R., 267 Senesac, Anne Hedges, 451 Sequeira, Luis, 847, 853
xii Shahan, Kevin W., 147 Shannon, Leland M., 375 Shearer, Georgia, 51, 57, 61 Sheehy, J. E., 101 Shih, Shu-Cheng, 153 Shrift, Alex, 182, 758 Silk, Wendy Kuhn, 859 Sims, Thomas L., 505 Sinclair, Thomas R., 1164 Singh, Jas, 349 Sisler, Edward C., 404 Smart, Elizabeth L., 731 Smith, Ivan K., 877 Smith, J. Andrew C., 1155 Smyth, Douglas A., 692 Snel, Jan F. H., 818 Soejima, Yasuhiko, 1200 SooHoo, Janice Beeler, 383 Sorenson, John C., 688 Spalding, Martin H., 463 Spencer, Donald, 510 Spiller, Hart, 446 Spitzer, Ernest, 494 Srinivas, Usha, 295 Srivastava, Lalit M., 66, 956, 962 St. John, Judith B., 801 Stacey, Gary, 609 Stafford, Helen A., 1085 Stein, Jill, 272 Steinrucken, Hans Christian, 830 Steponkus, Peter L., 147 Stetler, David, 922 Steudle, Ernst, 1155 Stewart, Cecil R., 230 Stinson, Robert H., 316 Stitt, Mark, 187 Stout, Darryl G., 74 Stout, Richard G., 353 Streeter, John G., 471 Stuart, David A., 787 Stumpf, Paul K., 641, 649, 660, 666
Author Index Sucoff, Edward, 40 Sugawara, Shiro, 93 Sussman, Michael R., 1074 Suzuki, Yonezo, 1091 Suzuki, Yoshihiro, 1200 T Terry, Maurice E., 321 Theologis, Athanasios, 890 Thimann, Kenneth V., 395 Tischner, Rudolf, 805 Titus, John S., 984 Tobin, Alyson, 225 Tolbert, N. E., 1169 Tomlinson, J. David, 973 Toole, Vivian K., 220 Travis, Robert L., 1037 Tripathy, Baishnab C., 1174 Troyer, James R., 250 Tsai, Charles Y., 330 Turgeon, B. Gillian, 1027 Turner, John F., 973 U Ueda, Junichi, 246 Upadhyaya, Mahesh K., 1048 V Van der Wilden, Willem, 390 VanDerWoude, William J., 220 van Ee, Jan H., 572 Varner, Joseph E., 787, 1044 Verma, Desh Pal S., 1113 Vesper, Mary Jo, 561 Volk, Richard J., 720 W Wach, Michael J., 147 Wagner, Kit K., 859
Plant Physiol. Vol. 66, 1980 Wallner, Stephen J., 532 Wang, Chien Yi, 844 Wang, Richard T., 1144 Wara-Aswapati, Onnop, 34 Wardrop, Alison J., 105, 112 Warren, Herman L., 330 Watson, Leslie, 11l0 Weeden, Norman F., 400 Wegmann, Klaus, 1196 Weir, Brian, 710 Weissinger, Hedy H., 545 Wetselaar, Robbert, 710 White, Shane T., 978 Wiest, Steven C., 171 Wilkerson, Curtis G., Jr., 313 Williams, Larry E., 101, 973 Willing, Rudolf R., 254 Wilson, Curtis M., 119 Wilson, Karl A., 272 Wilson, Richard F., 54D Winter, Klaus, 917 Wirtz, Wolfgang, 187 Wong, Peter P., 78 Woo, K. C., 735 Wright, Simon W., 130 Wyse, Roger E., 884 y Yamaguchi, Masuro, 139 Yamaya, Tomoyuki, 212 Yang, Shang Fa, 281, 286 Yeoh, Hock-Hin, 1110 Young, Roy E., 1015 Yu, Richard S.-T., 1099 Yu, Yeong-biau, 281, 286 z Zanstra, Pieter E., 818 Zeevart, Jan A. D., 672, 679, 844 Zelitch, Israel, 334 Ziegler, Hubert, I
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A Abscisic acid proline metabolism and, 230 role in abscission, citrus leaf, 750 study of leaf senescence, soybean, 1164 Abscission, leaflet and ethylene production, 88 Acetylene reduction capacity and carbon exchange rate, 101 Michaelis constant for, 126 Spartina, 276 O-acetylserine sulfhydrylase nitrogen and sulfur nutrition effects, tobacco, 877 Acid abscisic, accumulation during water stress, X. strumarium, 672 acetic, butyric, formic, glutaric, propionic, permeability change, barley root, 801 fatty, metabolism in C. sativus cotyledon, 660, 666 linoleic, desaturation, C. sativus, 660, 666 polyunsaturated fatty, role of phospholipids in synthesis, soybean, 545 undissociated organic, effect on lipids, barley root, 801 Action spectra, growth inhibition in Sinapis alba L., 615 S-Adenosylmethionine decarboxylase, enzyme activity, corn seedlings, 1091 Agglutinin, bacterial, soybean, 847, 853 Algae light-shade adaptation, 592 temperature and glycerol retention in Dunaliella and Asteromonas, 1196 thermotropic properties, 596 Aleurone layers, 3H activity, barley, 956 Alfalfa, carbon exchange and acetylene reduction, 101 Aliphatic alcohol, effect on senescence, 395 amino acid mitochondrial metabolism, bean, 588 transport, N. tabacum, 261 I-aminocyclopropane-l-carboxylic acid, role in formation of C2H4 L tricolor, 566 Ammonia, compensation point in leaf/ environment exchange, 710 Amylase, activity in spinach, 870 a-Amylase, temperature effect on synthesis and secretion, barley, 466 Anabaena, photophosphorylation and electron transport, 446 Anacystis nidulans, light harvesting in pigment mutants, 1144 Anaerobiosis, influence on chlorophyll biosynthesis, oat, 576 Anoxia, metabolic activity and energy charge, corn root, 1053 Anthocyanin synthesis, reversal, 823 Apple, endoprotease in bark tissue, 984 Aquatic angiosperms, light-induced pH changes, 818 Artemisia absinthium L. (see Wormwood) Asparagine formation in soybean nodule, 139 Asteromonas, temperature effect on glycerol retention, 1196 ATP energy source for H+/K+-exchange system,
Subject Index maize, 1095 synthesis, bicarbonate ion effect on, 242 Auxin -binding protein, purification, 105, 112 -induced growth, and proton excretion, soybean, 433 inducement of H+ secretion, corn, 561 transport inhibitors, 1190 A vena sativa L. anaerobiosis and chlorophyll biosynthesis, oat, 576 lateral bud release and hormonal regulation, 1123 Avocado, analysis of procyanidins, 1085 Axis, embryonic, role in mitochondrial activity, pea, 70 Azospirillum, nitrogen-fixing, effect on growth in com and grass, 746 B Bacteroid, inhibition of H2 uptake, 1061 Bark, protease activity, apple, 984 Barley aleurone layer, a-amylase production, 466 effect of [3H]gibberellin A, 956 [3HJGA1 uptake, 962 betaine synthesis and water stress, 342 chloroplast, electron transport inhibition, 1174 mutants screening for altered sensitivity, 153 proline accumulation, 230 uptake and compartmentation of gibberel- lin Al, 422 Bean auxin binding protein, 105, 112 globulin-I protein analysis, 838 mung, amino acid transport into mitochon- dria, 588 oxygen exchange and light, 302 Beet, alkali cation/sucrose co-transport, 884 Beet root discs, betacyanin leakage, 1015 Beta vulgaris L. protoplast and vacuole isolation, 25 rapid change in sink-source ratio, beet, 945 Beta vulgaris L. (see also Sugar beet) Betacyanin, leakage, effect of pH and Ethe- phon, beet root discs, 1015 Betaine synthesis, water stress and, barley, 342 Betula verrucosa, comparison of, photosyn- thetic properties, 940 Bicarbonate ions, ATP synthesis and, 242 Bicarbonate uptake, Chara corallina, 1198 Boron deficiency in diatoms, 692 Buckwheat, shikimate pathway and glyphos- ate, 823, 830 Bud, lateral, hormonal regulation of release, oat, 1123 Butyl 2-hydroxy-3-butynoate, whole leaf me- tabolism, sunflower, 628 C 14C, distribution during photosynthesis, Cau- lerpa simpliciuscula, 29 C2H4 biosynthetic pathway and production, cucumber, 841 chlorophyllase activity and, 624 xi.ii
inhibition by 2,4-dinitrophenol and temperature, mung bean, 286 production in stress, bean, orange, tomato, 281 C2o and C22 fatty acid biosynthesis L. alba, 649 T. majus, 641 Cadmium, toxicity, tomato, 438 Calamondin, chlorophyllase activity, 624 Carbohydrate, during nitrogen fixation, soy- bean nodule, 471 Carbon dioxide accumulation in C. reinhardtii, 407 Water vapor exchange and, CAM plant, 917 Carbon activity in nodulated and non-nodulated cowpea, 978 exchange rate and acetylene-reduction, 101 metabolism, metabolic and stomatal con- trol, CAM plant, 917 pool, internal inorganic, C. reinhardtii, 407 Carboxylase, isotope discrimination, CAM plants, 931 Carrot hydroxyproline-rich glycoprotein, 787 salts and phosphofructokinase, 973 Catalase inhibition of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase activation, pea, 815 inhibitor, biochemical characterization of, maize, 688 Caulerpa simpliciuscula chloroplast isolation, 29 ultrastructure and enzyme distribution, 130 Cell callus, glycine accumulation, tobacco, 334 damage by centrifugation, pea, 321 dehydration and freezing, rye, 349 freeze-thaw damage, A. alnifolia, 74 water storage capacity, CAM plant, 1155 Cell-free system mRNA translation, pea, 584 ureide synthesis, cowpea, 735 Cell wall component, glucuronoarabinoxylan, sycamore, 1135 galactan production, tomato, 532 pectic polysaccharide and, sycamore, 1128 Cellulose, synthesis in detached cotton fibers, 911 Centrifugation, cell damage, pea, 321 Chara corallina, alkaline band transport system, 46 bicarbonate uptake, 1198 Chenopodium bonus-henricus L., secondary dormancy in, 175 Chilling (see Temperature) Chitosan, pea-Fusarium solani interaction, 199, 205 Chlamydomonas, hydroxyproline-rich glycoprotein, 787 Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, carbon dioxideconcentrating mechanism, 407 Chloramphenicol, effect on cell-free translation by polysomes, wheat, 520 Chlorella sorokiniana, glutamine synthetase activation, 805 Chlorophyll anaerobiosis and biosynthesis, oat, 576
xiv Chlorophyll-continued elimination in mitochondrial preparation, spinach, 442 Chloroplast activity, effect of temperature on, spinach, pea, 234 bicarbonate and ATP synthesis, 242 14C distribution, 29 degreening, influence of ethylene and AgNO3, calamondin, 624 development protoplasts in study of, I DNA, loss in red light, Euglena, 295 H2 photoproduction, pea, 925 inhibition of photosynthesis, spinach, 187 membrane, in polyphenol oxidation, V faba, 1150 phosphatase, spinach, 1169 purity, determination, 130 replication, photomorphogenic regulation, Euglena, 295 separation procedure, Euglena, 291 spinach, salt and oxaloacetate reduction, 754 Citrus explants, abscisic acid role in abscission, 750 CO2 fixation, race T toxin effect, corn, 580 02 and light, effect on photosynthesis and photorespiration, wheat, 1032 Cold, acclimation, Solanum species, 414 Cold (see also Temperature) Coleoptiles, phototropic response to light, 534 Copper phytotoxic effect on electron transport system, spinach, 797 toxicity, mung bean, 272 Corn auxin-induced H+ secretion, 561 Azospirillum-associated increase in dry weight and nitrogen content, 746 coleoptiles, phototropic response, 534 endosperm, ribonuclease in, 119 gibberellin effect on sexuality, 793 light-inducible cytochrome reduction, 1067 nitrate reductase activation, 212 phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase synthesis, 505 race T toxin and CO2 fixation, 580 root growth, sustaining water potential, 859 root protoplast, ion transport, 550 S-adenosylmethionine decarboxylase activ- ity in seedling, 1091 Sandoz 9789 and, phytochrome response to irradiation, 1024 toxicity in mitochondria and protoplasts, 477 Correction, 197, 1017 Volume 57:154 64:289, 290, 292, 541, 646, 754, 1084, 1087 65:533, 871, 1166 66:25, 477 Cotton, cellulose synthesis in detached fibers, 911 Cotyledon, role in phototropic response, L. cretica, 82 Cowpea nodule function and NO3, 978 purine-based pathway ureide synthesis, 735 uptake and compartmentation of gibberel- lin A, 422 Crassulacean acid metabolism plant carbon isotope fractionation, 931 CO2 and water vapor exchange, 917 quantum requirement for photosynthesis,
SUBJECT INDEX S. praealtum, 463 vacuole isolation, 379 Crassulacean acid metabolism plant (see Ka- lanchoe daigremontiana Cucumber a-galactosidase in leaves, 731 C2H4 production and chilling, 841 polygalacturonase activity and ethylene synthesis, 1019 protochlorophyll biosynthesis inhibitor in, 142 Cucumis sativus L., polyunsaturated fatty acid biosynthesis, 660, 666 Cyanide-insensitive 02 uptake, wheat, 488 Cyanide resistance, potato, 171 Cyanide resistant respiration and membrane lipid breakdown, 890 Cylindrothecafusiformis, boron deficiency ef- fects, 692 Cytochrome, reduction, light-induced, corn Cytochrome P450, microsomal hydroxylating process, artichoke, 600 D Datura innoxia (Mill.), nitrate reductase-less variant, isolation in, 632 Dehydration cellular, and freezing injury, rye, 349 effect on leakage and membrane structure, L. corniculatus L., 316 Desiccation, mitochondrial development and, pea, 637 Deuterium, standard for indole acetic acid assay, 775 Diatom, boron deficiency and 'rubidium up- take, 692 Diazotrophs, nitrogenase activity, 276 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, metabolism, soybean, 537 Dicot phase separation, 238 phototropic response in seedling, 82 Digitonin, steryl glycoside biosynthesis and, spinach, 257 2,4-Dinitrophenol inhibition of ethylene pro- duction, mung bean, 286 Divalent cations, effect on membrane fluidity of protoplast, 835 DNA chloroplast, isolation in S. oligorrhiza, 572 high molecular weight, extraction from maize, 1140 replication, in soybean, 726 Dormancy, control in Chenopodium bonus- henricus L, 175 Douglas fir, analysis of procyanidins, 1085 Dunaliella, temperature effect on glycerol re- tention, 1196 E Electron spin resonance, fluidity change measurement, 835 Electron transport pathway, malate oxidation and, cauliflower, potato, 457 phosphorylation and, Anabaena, 446 temperature induced changes in, spinach, pea, 234 Embryo, enzyme changes during development, pea, 782 Endoplasmic reticulum, hydrolase accumulation and, 390 role of phospholipid activity, 1001 Endoprotease, apple shoot bark, 984
Plant Physiol. Vol. 66, 1980 Endosperm, metabolic processes of, develop- ment, corn, 119 Energy charge sugar concentration and depletion effect, maize root tips, 516 under anoxia, corn root, 1053 Enzyme chloroplast, activation, 34 cytoplasmic, isolation in pollen, 400 distribution in subcellular fractions, 130 hydrolytic, in abscission of citrus leaf explant, 750 inhibitor, corn seed germination, 1091 nitrogen metabolism, 782 -R, chloroplast associated, 870 Erucic acid, biosynthesis, Tropaeolum majus, 641 Ethane production in P. tricornutum, 215 Ethanol, effect on Cyt P450 content and hy- droxylase activity, artichoke, 600 Ethephon, effect on betacyanin leakage, beet root discs, 1015 Ethidium bromide in DNA extraction, maize, 1140 Ethylene binding component, bean, 404 chilling-induced production, cucumber, 841 in abscission of citrus leaf explant, 750 leaf abscission and, 88 potato slice aging and, 171 production in P. tricornutum, 215 role in phytoalexin synthesis, 1106 stress produced, bean, orange, tomato, 281 synthesis in cucumber, 1019 Ethylene-binding component, purification of, bean, 404 Etioplast, in vitro development, I Eucalyptus rupicola, water loss, 254 Euglena gracilis chloroplast replication, 295 plastid isolation, 291 F Fern, spore germination, 922 Flax, GDP-L-fucose synthesis, 326 Flooding tolerance in F. pennsylvanica, 267 Flowering, Pharbitis nil, effect of photoperiod, 13 Fluidity change, response to divalent cation, 835 Fraxinus pennsylvanica, flooding tolerance, 267 Freeze-thaw cell damage in A. aln!folia, 74 Freezing, intracellular, in woody xylem, 40 Frost (see Cold) Fusarium solani and pea endocarp, enzyme activity, 199, 205 Fusicoccin binding, oat, 353 effects on ATP level, 02 and K+ uptake, maize, 1095 G Galactan loss and reduced rate of synthesis, tomato, 532 a-Galactosidase activity, legume, 3'75 two forms in cucumber leaves, 731 Gas, stomatal diffusion, 250 Geotropic response, inhibitor, 1190 Germination control of dormancy, chenopodium seeds, 175 enhancement by prechilling, lettuce, 220
Plant Physiol. Vol. 66, 1980 Gibberellin distribution in roots and shoots, spinach, 679 endogenous, stem growth, spinach, 844 sexuality of corn, 793 Gibberellin A1, uptake and subcellular compartmentation, barley, cowpea, 422 [3HjGibberellin Al activity in barley aleurone layers, 956 in vivo binding, pea, 962 Globoid crystals, Content Analysis, wheat grain, 494 GI globulin, peptide mapping, french bean seed, 897 Globulin-l protein, isoelectrofocusing analyses, bean, 838 Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase activation, inhibition by catalase, pea, 815 thioredoxin activity, pea, 605 Glucose 6-phosphate oxidation, oxidative and glycolytic pathways, 8 Glucuronoarabinoxylan in cell wall of syca- more, 1135 Glutamine synthetase in rice, 619 light activation of, during nitrogen metab- olism, Chlorella, 805 Glutathione reductase, response to oxygen en- richment, cotton, 482 Glutelin, as N sink, maize, 330 Glycerol retention in algae, temperature ef- fect, 1196 Glycerolipids, fatty acid composition, C. sati- vus, 666 Glycine hydroxamate resistance, tobacco, 334 Glycine max, thiamin pyrophosphotransferase activity, 308, 313 Glycine max (L). Merrill cv. Clark, new bac- terial agglutinin, 847, 853 Glycolate pathway during spore germination, fem, 922 02 effect, com leaf, 1079 Glycoprotein hydroxyproline-rich, 1044 salt extractable, hydroxyproline rich, carrot, 787 storage-, oligosaccharide involvement in synthesis of, soybean, 1113 Glyoxylate pathway, during spore germination, fem, 922 Glyoxysome, oxidation of NADH, castor bean, 555 Glyphosate effect on biosynthetic pathway, bean, 656 inhibition of shikimate pathway, 823, 830 inhibition of shikimate to chorismate, 830 Grain, sources of protein in, 164 Grass, regional light acclimation, 762, 770 variation in Km (C02) of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase, 1110 Greening process, cucumber, 142 growth rate, water potential distribution and, com root, 859 Growth regulator, effect on water loss, Euca- lyptus and bean, 254 Guanosine 5'-diphosphate L-fucose synthesis, flax, 326 H H2 oxidation system in bacteroids, 1061 HCO3 , utilization by aquatic angiosperms, 818 Helianthus annuus L. (see Sunflower) Helminthosporium maydis Race T, toxicity in mitochondria and protoplasts, corn,
SUBJECT INDEX 477 Hemagglutinin activity, legume, 375 Hemicellulose, in cell wall, sycamore, 1128, 1135 Herbicide 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, soybean callus, 537 effect on Cyt P450 content and hydroxylase activity, artichoke, 600 oryzalin, in corn root, 1048 Sandoz 9789, phytochrome response, corn, 1024 Herbicide (see also Glyphosate) Hexanal production in P. tricornutum, 215 Hirschfeldia incana (see Mustard) Histone kinase activity, soybean, 360, 368 Hormone effect on release of lateral bud, and root primordia, oat, 1123 sensitivity, alteration in barley mutants, 153 Hybrid nitrate supply effect on nitrogen me- tabolism, maize, 1179, 1184 Hydrogen ion secretion, auxin induced, corn, 561 Hydrogen photoproduction by chloroplast- bacterial hydrogenase system, 925 Hydrolase accumulation, endoplasmic reticu- lum and, mung bean, 390 Hydroponic culture, nitrogenase activity of Spartina in, 276 Hypocotyl phosphoprotein phosphatase, 368 Indole-3-acetic acid deuterium labeled, synthesis, 775 extraction and determination in nanogram range, maize, 1099 inhibition of oxidation by tRNA, 1012 Indolo-a-pyrone fluorescence method, determining indole-3-acetic acid, corn, 1099 Inhibitor, binding to potato invertase, 451 D-chiro-Inositol, in soybean nodules, 471 myo-[2-3H]Inositol, metabolism in wheat ker- nels, 740 Invertase cell wall-bound, purification, sugar beet, 93 inhibitor activity, potato tuber, 451 Ion absorption, glyphosate inhibition, bean, 656 co-transport mechanism, sugar beet, 884 transport, corn root protoplasts, 550 Ipomoea tricolor, C2H4 production, 566 Irradiance, effect on nitrogen fixation and photosynthesis, soybean, 968 Irradiation growth inhibition in Sinapis alba L., 615 phytochrome pelletability, oat, 903, 908 Isoelectrofocusing, analysis of protein, bean, 838 Isoline estimate of N2 fLxation, soybean, 61 'sN distribution in, soybeans, 57 Isotope fractionation in CAM plants, 931 N2 fixation and NO3 uptake, association, 51 K K+, uptake with fusicoccin, corn, 1095 Km (C02), value, of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase, grass, 1110 Kalanchoe daigremontiana, water-relation pa- rameters of leaf mesophyll cells, 1155 Kalanchoe pinnata, carbon metabolism, 917
XV Kelp movement of THO and tritium labeled assimilate, 66 Kinetic parameter, estimation, legumes, 126 L Lactuca sativa L. (see Lettuce) Lavatera cretica, phototropic response, 82 Leaf abscission and ethylene production, M. azedarach L., 88 ammonia absorption, P. vulgaris, 710 elongation, diurnal pattern, rice, 147 senescence, soybean, 1164 xanthine dehydrogenase and role of light, 935 Lectin isolation from soybean, 847, 853 Rhizobium-binding, 609 wheat germ-derived, 950 Legume a-galactosidase-hemagglutinin activities, 375 nitrogenase activity of, 126 Legumin, subunit in protein synthesis, pea, 510 Lemna minor, stress-induced protein degra- dation, 1119 Lens esculenta (see Lentil) Lentil, nodulation and nitrogen fixation, 78 Lettuce germination enhancement by prechilling, 220 after ripening and seed germination, 1200 L-Leucine uptake, N. tabacum, 261 Ligand, specificity, of auxin-binding protein, 112 Light acclimation in grass leaf, 762, 770 adaptation, reversibility in grass leaf, 770 effect on growth in Sinapis alba L., 615 in vivo activity ofxanthine dehydrogenase in leaves, 935 sink activity, rose shoot, 990, 996 electrical response of corn coleoptile cells to, 534 induced cytochrome reduction, corn, 1067 synthesis stimulation of phosphoenolpyru- vate carboxylase, corn, 505 Light-shade adaptation, in marine phyto- plankton, 592 Limnanthes alba, C20 and C22 fatty acid bio- synthesis, 649 Lincomycin, effect on cell-free translation by polysomes, wheat, 520 Linum usitatissimum (see Flax) Lipid membrane, and permeability, 801 peroxidation, copper-mediated, spinach, 797 Lolium multiflorum (see Grass) Lotus corniculatus L., membrane damage, 316 M Macrocystis integrifolia (see Kelp) Maize catalase inhibitor of, 688 exogenous sugars and metabolism in root tips, 516 extraction of high molecular weight DNA, 1140 nitrate reductase and protease activity, 164 oxygen effect on photosynthetic and glyco- late pathway in leaf, 1079 zein and glutelin as N sinks, maize, 330
XVi Maize (see Zea mays) Malate-aspartate shuttle in oxidation of NADH, 555 Malate oxidation cyanide-insensitive, cauliflower, potato, 457 effect of NAD+, potato, bean, 225 Manganese, effect on Cyt P-450 content and hydroxylase activity, artichoke, 600 Marine phytoplankton, light-shade adapta- tion, 592 Melia azedarach L., ethylene production and leaflet abscission, 88 Membrane dehydration damage, L. corniculatus L., 316 fractionation, spinach, 428 injury at freezing temperatures, A. alnifolia, 74 Membrane lipid breakdown, wound-induced respiration and, 890 Methionine conversion to C2H4, I. tricolor, 566 in metabolic process, 182 (-)-Methyljasmonate senescence promotion, oat, 246 Microbody density during glyoxysome per- oxisome transition of cotyledons, mustard, 194 Mineral storage, in protein bodies, wheat, 494 Mitochondria amino acid metabolism, bean, 588 chlorophyll-free, preparation method, spinach, 442 cyanide-insensitive respiration, wheat, 488 development, pea cotyledons, 70 influence of desiccation, pea, 637 malate oxidation in, potato, bean, 225, 457 phytochrome binding, oat, 696 phytochrome regulation, oat, 704 Mung bean biosynthesis of wound ethylene, 281 copper toxicity, 272 ethylene-binding component, 404 hydrolase accumulation, 390 storage protein breakdown in cotyledon, 1001 water loss, 254 Mustard glyoxysome peroxisome transformation, 194 oxygen exchange and light, 302 Mutants photosystem II, in Zea mays, 18 pigment, in A. nidulans, 1144 with altered hormone sensitivity, barley, 153 N N2 fixation, associated with isotopic fractionation, 51 isolines of soybean, 61 '5N distribution in plant parts, 57 natural abundance, in N2 fixation, soybean, 61 NAD+ effect on malate oxidation in mitochondria, 225 NADH dehydrogenase and electron transport pathway, 457 oxidation in glyoxysomes, 555 N-1-naphthylphthalamic acid, receptor protein, corn, 1074 Nicotiana glutinosa (see Tobacco) Nicotiana tabacum, amino acid transport, 261
SUBJECT INDEX Nitrate assimilation and reduced nitrogen, maize, 1179, 1184 uptake, marine diatom, 383 Nitrate reductase absence in D. innoxia, 632 activation, corn, 212 activity in grain, 164 Nitrite production, marine diatom, 383 Nitrogen activity in nodulated and non-nodulated cowpea, 978 deficiency and glutamine synthetase, chlorella, 805 effect of irradiance on fixation, soybean, 968 fixation asparagine as assimilation product, 139 carbohydrates and, soybean, 471 nitrate effect on, lentil, 78 soybeans, 720 increase associated with A zospirillum, corn, grass, 746 metabolism and nitrate assimilation, maize, 1179, 1184 nutrition, photosynthetic response, grass species, 97 sink, role of zein and glutelin, maize, 330 NO3- uptake, associated with isotopic frac- tionation, 51 Nodule function in photosynthate consumption, cowpea, 978 role of carbohydrates, soybean, 471 "5N content, comparison with plant parts, 57 nitrate and carbohydrate effect on, L. es- culenta, 78 Nuclei, soybean, DNA replication in, 726 Nutrient nitrate concentration and accumu- lation of nitrogen, maize, 1184 Nutrition, photosynthetic response to nitro- gen, 97 0 02 CO2 and light, effect on photosynthesis and photorespiration, wheat, 1032 fusicoccin-induced uptake, maize, 1095 Oat leaf senescence, 395 phytochrome mitochondrial function, 704 pelletability by irradiation, 903, 908 root, fusicoccin binding, 353 senescence promotion, 246 Octyl glucoside in thylakoid extraction, spin- ach, 428 OH- ions, plasmalemma transport, Chara cor- allina, 46 Oleate biosynthesis, T majus, 641 Oligomer dissociation, in enzyme activation, 34 Oligosaccharides, lipid-linked, in glycoprotein synthesis, soybean, 1113 Onoclea sensibilis, glyoxylate and glycolate cy- cle activity, 922 Oospore formation, sterols and, Phytophthora, 1008 Orange, biosynthesis of wound ethylene, 281 Organic free radical level, soybean, 715 Oryzalin, dinitroaniline herbicide action, corn rcot, 1048 Oxaloacetate reduction, exogenous salt and,
Plant Physiol. Vol. 66, 1980 spinach, 754 Oxidation, NADH, by malate-aspartate shut- tle, 555 Oxidative pentose phosphate cycle, in chloroplast metabolism, 8 Oxygen effect on photosynthetic and glycolate path- way, maize leaf, 1079 enrichment response in dismutase and glu- tathione reductase, cotton, 482 exchange, effect of light, mustard, sun- flower, bean, 302 p Pea auxin binding protein, 105, 112 binding of I3Hlgibberellin Al, 962 catalase inhibition of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase activation, 815 cell-free protein-synthesizing system, 584 cotyledon influence of desiccation, 637 mitochondrial activity, 70 endocarp and Fusarium solani, enzyme activity, 199, 205 enzyme change during embryo develop- ment, 782 protein synthesis in seed, 510 temperature induced changes, 234 Pea pod-Fusarium solani interaction in phy- toalexin production, 199, 205 Pelletability assay, phytochrome, oat, 903 induced, oat, 500 Peptide mapping for proteolytic cleavage sites, french bean, 897 Permeability change and undissociated or- ganic acid, 801 Peroxidase interaction with tRNA, 1012 pH changes, light and dark induced, Aquatic plants, 818 of medium, effect on respiratory inhibitors, Petunia hybrida, 1058 Phaeodactylum tricornutum, hexanal and ethane production, 215 Pharbitis nil Choisy, carbon dioxide and flowering, 13 Phase separation, effect oftemperature, dicots, 238 Phaseolus aureus Roxb. (see Bean) Phaseolus vulgaris enzyme activation in, 34 Phaseolus vulgaris L. glyphosate effect on photosynthesis in, 656 rapid change in sink-source ratio, beet, 945 Phaseolus vulgaris (see also Bean) Phenobarbital, effect on Cyt P-450 content and hydroxylase activity, artichoke, 600 Phosphatidic acid phosphatase activity in mung bean cotyledons, 1001 Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase, synthesis, corn, 505 Phosphofructokinase, salt activators and inhibitors, 973 Phospholipase D, activity in mung bean cotyledons, 1001 Phospholipids, role in polyunsaturated fatty acid synthesis, soybean, 545 Phosphoprotein phosphatase, soybean hypocotyls, 368 Phosphorylase, cytoplasmic and chloroplastic, spinach leaf, 864, 870
Plant Physiol. Vol. 66, 1980 Photoperiod comparison of gibberellin level in relation to, 679 effect on endogenous gibberellins, spinach, 844 floral and negative development, Pharbitis nil, 13 Photophosphorylation, electron transport and, Anabaena, 446 Photoproduction of H2 by chloroplasts, pea, 925 Photorespiration effect of CO2, 02 and light, wheat, 1032 temperature on radiation level, grass, 541 Photosynthesis effect of CO2, 02 and light, wheat, 1032 irradiance, 968 inhibition by Zn salts, barley, 1174 products of, rapid change in sink-source ratio, beet, 945 quantum requirement, S. praealtum, 463 rate difference in birch and pine, 940 response to nitrogen, grass, 97 starch content and, sunflower and soybean, 528 Photosynthetic pathway, 02 effect, corn leaf, 1079 Phototropism, in L. cretica seedlings, 82 Phycocyanin, thermal stability, 596 Phycomyces sporangiophores, spiral growth, 525 Phytoalexin production in fungal spores, pea, 199, 205 synthesis, role of ethylene, soybean, 1106 Phytochrome binding to mitochondria, oat, 696 -mediated germination, lettuce, 1200 microbody density and, mustard, 194 modification and pelletability, oat, 500 pelletability irradiation-enhanced, oat, 908 light induced, oat, 903 regulation of mitochondrial activity, oat, 704 response to irradiation with Sandoz 9789, 1024 Phytophthora cactorum, sexual reproduction, 1008 Phytotropin, auxin transport inhibitor, 1190 Pigment mutants, light harvesting mechanism, A. nidulans, 1 144 photosynthetic, bleaching of, 215 Pinus silvestris, comparison of photosynthetic properties, 940 Pisum sativum (see Pea) plasma membrane polypeptides, soybean root, 1037 Plastid structure and function, I in vitro study, I Polar auxin transport inhibitor, corn, 1074 Pollen, enzyme isolation, 400 Polyethylene glycol effect on membrane fluidity of protoplast, 835 protection of cellulose synthesis, cotton, 911 Polygalacturonase activity in cucumber, 1019 Polypeptide in plasma membrane fractions, soybean root, 1037 loss, in photosystem II mutants, 18 Polyphenol oxidation, photochemical mecha- nism, V.faba, 1150
SUBJECT INDEX Polysaccharide capsular and extracellular, soybean, 158 extraction by centrifugation, pea, 321 pectic, in cell wall of sycamore, Polyunsaturate fatty acid, biosynthesis, C. sativus, 660, 666 Polyunsaturate (see Acid) Potato cyanide-resistant 02 consumption, 171 frost hardiness, 414 invertase inhibitor, 451 Procyanidins in Douglas fir, comparison, 1085 Proline accumulation, abscisic acid-induced, bar- ley, 230 hydroxylation, 1044 Protein in amino acid transport into mitochondria, 588 phosphorylation, soybean, 360, 368 purification, bean and pea, 105, 112 receptor for N-l-naphthyl-phthalmic acid, corn, 1074 stress-induced degradation, Lemma minor, 1119 synthesis cell-free system, pea, 584 in pea seed, 510 storage precursors, pea, 510 Protochlorophyll biosynthesis, inhibition, cu- cumber, 142 Proton efflux, bicarbonate uptake and, Chara corallina, 1198 excretion, in auxin-induced growth, 433 Protoplast ion transport function, corn, 550 isolation storage tissue of B. vulgaris L., 25 tobacco, 684 membrane fluidity, carrot, 835 spinach, subcellular metabolite level, 187 Pulse-labeling, study of protein synthesis, pea, 510 R Radiation level, effect on photorespiration, grass, 541 Respiration control by soluble sugar, maize roots, 516 inhibitor, effect of pH of medium, 1058 Rhamnogalacturonan I in cell wall of dicots, 1128 Rhizobiumjaponicum capsular and extracellular polysaccharides composition, 158 H2 oxidation system, 1061 infection of soybean, 1027 -soybean, symbiosis, 609 Ribonuclease activity, in corn endosperm, 119 Ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase, Km (CO2) variations, grass, 1110 Rice glutamine synthetase, 619 leaf elongation, 147 mRNA, translation, cell-free system, pea, 584 tRNA, inhibition of indole-3-acetic acid oxi- dation, 1012 Root, soybean, infectible cells, 1027 Rose shoots, sink activity and light, 990, 996 'Rubidium uptake, effects of boron defi- ciency diatom, 692 Rust infection, wheat, 520 Rye, protoplasts and freezing, 349
x.ii S Salt effect on phosphofructokinase, carrot, 973 exogenous, and oxaloacetate reduction, 754 Sandoz 9789, corn growth and, phytochrome response, 1024 Scyllo-[R- H]inositol metabolism in wheat kernels, 740 Sedum praealtum, quantum requirement in crassulacean acid metabolism, 463 Seed germination, effect of after-ripening, 1200 Selenocysteine, effect on enzyme activity in V. radiata, 758 Selenomethionine incorporation of, V. ra- diata, 182 Senescence aliphatic alcohol effect, oat, 395 promotion, wormwood, 246 Setaria italica, azospirillum-associated in- crease in dry weight and nitrogen con- tent, 746 Sexual reproduction, Phytophthora cactorum, 1008 Sexuality, alteration by gibberellin, corn, 793 Shikimate pathway, inhibition by glyphosate, buckwheat, 823, 830 Silver, effect on C2H4-mediated Chl destruc- tion, calamondin, 624 Sinapis alba L., action spectra for growth in- hibition, 615 Sinapis alba L. (see Mustard) Sink activity, promotion by light, rose shoot, 990, 996 Sink-source ratio, effect of rapid change, beet, 945 Solanum (see Potato) Soybean asparagine formation in nodule of, 139 auxin-induced growth and proton excre- tion, 433 capsular and extracellular polysaccharide composition, 158 carbon exchange and acetylene reduction, 101 cotyledon, phospholipids and polyunsaturated fatty acid synthesis, 545 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid metabolism, 537 DNA replication, 726 effect of irradiance on nitrogen fixation and photosynthesis, 968 histone kinase activity, 360, 368 infectible cells in root, 1027 leaf senescence and abscisic acid, 1164 new bacterial agglutinin, 847, 853 nitrogen fLxation activity, 471 photosynthesis and starch, 528 phytoalexin synthesis, 1106 rhizobium-binding lectin, 609 root, plasma membrane polypeptides, 1037 seed, lipid-linked oligosaccharides in stor- age glycoprotein synthesis, 1113 soil and plant resistance to water transport, 809 thiamin pyrophosphotransferase, 308, 313 tocopherol and organic free radical levels, 715 ureide content and N2 fixation, 720 Spinach chlorophyll-free preparation of mitochondria, 442 chloroplast, oxidative pentose phosphate cycle, 8
xviii Spinach-continued chloroplast phosphatase, 1 169 endogenous gibberellins and stem growth, 844 exogenous salts and electron transport, 754 gibberellin distribution in roots and shoots, 679 leaf, cytoplasmic and chloroplastic phosphorylases, 864, 870 phytotoxic effect of copper, 797 subcellular metabolite level, 187 temperature induced changes, 234 thylakoid extraction, 428 Spiral-growth, Phycomyces, 525 Spirodela oligorrhiza, chloroplast DNA isola- tion, 572 Standard, internal, deuterium, 775 Starch degradation, spinach, 864, 870 effect on photosynthesis, sunflower and soy- bean, 528 Steroid, chemical agent in sexual cycle, Phy- tophthora, 1008 Steryl glycoside, biosynthesis inhibition, spin- ach, 257 Stoma, gas diffusion, 250 Strawberry, analysis of procyanidins, 1085 Stress, protein degradation and, Lemna minor, 1119 Stress (see Water stress) Sucrose, alkali cation and anion effect on uptake, sugar beet, 884 Sugar consumption in anoxia, corn root, 1053 indole acetic acid measurement by centrif- ugation, pea, 321 metabolism in storage tissue, sugar beet, 93 soluble and exogenous, maize root tips, 516 Sugar beet, role of cell wall-bound invertases, 93 Sulfate assimilation in tobacco cells, 877 Sulfur nutrition, effect on sulfate permease and O-acetylserine sulfhydrylase, tobacco, 877 Sunflower butyl 2-hydroxy-3-butynoate effect on photosynthesis and photorespiration, 628 oxygen exchange and light, 302 photosynthesis and starch, 528 Superoxide dismutase, response to oxygen enrichment, cotton, 482 Sycamore, hemicellulose in cell wall, 1128, 1135 Synthesis, reduction and cell wall galactan loss, tomato, 532 T Temperature effect on
SUBJECT INDEX a-amylase, barley, 466 chloroplast activity, spinach, pea, 234 glycerol retention in algae, 1196 phase separation, dicots, 238 photorespiration, grass, 541 germination enhancement by prechilling, lettuce, 220 inhibition of C2H4 production, mung bean, 286 membrane damage during extracellular freezing, rye, 349 thermal stability in algae, 596 Thalassiosira pseudonana, nitrate uptake and nitrite production, 383 Thiamin phosphorylation and germination, 308, 313 pyrophosphotransferase, activity in Glycine max, 308, 313 Thioredoxin in ribonucleotide and sulfate re- duction, pea, 605 THO transport in Macrocystis integrifolia, 66 Thylakoid extraction by octyl glucoside, spinach, 428 membrane phosphatase activity, spinach, 1169 thioredoxin-like activity, pea, 605 Tiller (see Lateral bud) Tobacco glycine hydroxamate resistance, 334 regulation of sulfate assimilation, 877 vacuole isolation, 684 Tobacco (see Nicotiana Tabacum) Tocopherol, organic free radical levels and, soybean, 715 Tomato biosynthesis of wound ethylene, 281 cadmium toxicity, 438 Toxin H. maydis Race T, effects in corn, 477 race T effect on CO2 fixation, corn, 580 Triacylglycerol storage, biosynthesis of, 641, 649 Tritium labeled assimilate, transport in M. integrifolia, 66 Tropaeolum majus, fatty acid biosynthesis, 641 U Ureide determining N2 fixation, soybean, 720 synthesis, purine-based pathway, cowpea, 735 V Vacuole isolation from storage tissue of Beta vulgaris L., 25 tobacco protoplasts, 684 in CAM plants, 379 Variant, clorate-resistant, isolation in D. innoxia, 632
Plant Physiol. Vol. 66, 1980 Vectorial OH- transport, Chara corallina, 46 Vicia faba, polyphenol oxidation by chloro- plast membranes, 1150 Vicilin synthesis, pea, 510 Vigna radiata selenocysteine effect on enzyme activity, 758 selenomethionine incorporation, 182 Vigna unguiculata (L) Walp. (see Cowpea) W Water flow, soil and plant resistance, 809 loss, effect of growth regulators, Eucalyptus and bean, 254 potential, growth-sustaining, corn root, 859 stress abscisic acid accumulation and, X. stru- marium, 672 betaine synthesis and, barley, 342 uptake, effect on leaf elongation, rice, 147 Water-relation parameters, in mesophyll cells of K. daigremontiana, 1155 Wheat C02, 02 and light effect on photosynthesis and photorespiration, 1032 cyanide insensitive 02 uptake, 488 myo-12-_Hjinositol and scyllo-[R-2Hjinositol metabolism in kernel, 740 Wheat germ agglutinin distribution, 950 Wheat grain, mineral storage, 494 Wormwood, senescence promotion, oat, 246 Wound-induced respiration and membrane lipid breakdown, 890 X Xanthine dehydrogenase, light effect on in vivo activity, Pharbitis, 935 Xanthium strumarium, wilting, rehydration and ABA, 672 Xenobiotics, cytochrome P-450 reductase ac- tivity and, 600 X-ray study of element storage in protein body, wheat, 494 Xylem sap in indication of N2 fixation, soybean, 720 woody, thermal analysis for exotherms, 40 z Zea mays, photosystem II mutants, 18 Zea mays L., nitrate assimilation and accu- mulation of reduced nitrogen, 1179, 1184 Zea mays (see Corn) Zein, as N sink, maize, 330 Zinc, electron transport inhibition, barley, 1174
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