volume 7, issue 9, P689-691 1984
DOI: 10.1111/1365-3040.ep11572397
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Abstract: Germination and protein synthesis of lily pollen subjeeted to a short heat shock after imbibition are strotigly inhibited. The proteins synthesized after the heat shock were analysed by polyaerylamide gel electrophoresis. The patterns obtained from heat-treated pollen are strikingly difTerent from those of eontrol samples. The difference is nearly completely eliminated by a high concentration of proline in the incubation medium. This proline effect correlates with the protection of pollen germination from hig…

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