Cells, Protoplasts, and Liposomes:
Techniques of Cell Suspension Culture.
Culture and Characteristics of Green Plant Cells.
Preparation of Protoplasts from Plant Tissues for Organelle Isolation.
Interaction of Plant Protoplast and Liposome.
Liposomes as Carriers for the Transfer and Expression of Nucleic Acids into Higher Plant Protoplasts.
Interspecific Transfer of Partial Nuclear Genomic Information by Protoplast Fusion.
Vacuoles and Tonoplasts:
Isolation of Mature Vacuoles of Higher Plants: General Principles, Criteria for Purity and Integrity.
Isolation of Vacuoles and Tonoplast from Protoplasts.
Preparation of Tonoplast Vesicles from Isolated Vacuoles.
Biochemical and Enzymatic Components of a Vacuolar Membrane: Tonoplast of Lutoids from Hevea Latex.
Characterization of Tonoplast Enzyme Activities and Transport.
Preparation of Tonoplast Vesicles: Applications to H+-Coupled Secondary Transport in Plant Vacuoles.
Purification and Characterization of the Tonoplast H+-Translocating ATPase.
High-Performance Liquid Chromatography for Simultaneous Kinetic Measurements of Adenine Nucleotides in Isolated Vacuoles.
Isolation of Intact Chloroplasts: General Principles and Criteria of Integrity.
Isolation of Plastids in Density Gradients of Percoll and Other Silica Sols.
Purification of Chloroplasts Using Silica Sols.
Separation of Chloroplasts and Cytosol from Protoplasts.
Use of Thermolysin to Probe the Cytosolic Surface of the Outer Envelope Membrane from Plastids.
Characterization of Plastid Polypeptides from the Outer and Inner Envelope Membranes.
Isolation of Amyloplasts from Suspension Cultures of Soybean.
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