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||Spinach Spinacia oleracea
||Heineke D, Riens B, Grosse H, Hoferichter P, Peter U, Flügge UI, Heldt HW. Redox Transfer across the Inner Chloroplast Envelope Membrane. Plant Physiol. 1991 Apr95(4):1131-1137 p.1132 table IPubMed ID16668101
||Hydroponic growth. "Spinach plants were grown in a climatized chamber with a 9 h light/ 5 h dark cycle and leaves were stopped in liquid N2 after 8.5 h light or 2 h dark." The frozen tissue was ground and lyophilized. The dry material was homogenized by sonication in a mixture of carbon tetrachloride and heptane, and fractionated by density gradient centrifugation.
||"In the experiment shown in Table I ATP and ADP were determined in the chloroplastic and extrachloroplastic fraction of spinach leaves by a refined method of nonaqueous fractionation (ref 8)." "To correlate the adenylate levels in the chloroplastic and
cytosolic compartments with the corresponding levels of
DHAP and 3-PGA, the subcellular contents of the latter two
compounds were analyzed in the same experiments (Table I)."