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Are the in vitro Effects of Disalicylidenepropanediamine Mediated by Salicylaldehyde?

Clive R. Ireland and Gerald K. Goldwin
Plant Physiology
Vol. 63, No. 6 (Jun., 1979), pp. 1210-1211
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4265823
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Topics: pH, Aqueous solutions, Photosynthesis, Hydrolysis, Plants, Ethanol, Phosphates, Condensation, Excretion
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Abstract

Disalicylidenepropanediamine (DSPD) has been used widely to investigate photosynthesis using in vitro systems. Evidence is presented which shows that DSPD hydrolyzes rapidly in aqueous solution at pH 7.8 to salicylaldehyde and 1,3-diaminopropane. The effects attributed to DSPD could have been caused by salicylaldehyde.

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