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    Composition and distribution of cell wall phenolic compounds in flax (Linum usitatissimum L.) stem tissues
    Gorshkova, T.A. ; Salnikov, V.V. ; Pogodina, N.M. ; Chemikosova, S.B. ; Yablokova, E.V. ; Ulanov, A.V. ; Ageeva, M.V. ; Dam, J.E.G. van; Lozovaya, V.V. - \ 2000
    Annals of Botany 85 (2000)4. - ISSN 0305-7364 - p. 477 - 486.
    Cell wall phenolic compounds were analysed in xylem and bast fibre-rich peels of flax stems by biochemical, histochemical and ultrastructural approaches. Localization of cell wall phenolics by the enzyme-gold method using laccase revealed several gold particle distribution patterns. One of the major types (an even distribution of single gold particles) was present mainly in xylem, while the other (compact branched groups of ten–40 gold particles) was found both in xylem and fibre cells. The lignin content of the stem parts was estimated by the Klason procedure and by the thioglycolic acid assay, and the phenolic products recovered after alkaline cupric oxide oxidation of cell walls were analysed by GC. By combining chemical analysis data and the frequency of various gold particle types within the tissues, different patterns of gold particle distribution could be ascribed to certain cell wall phenolics; lignin was stained as evenly distributed single gold particles, while branched clusters represented hydroxycinnamic acids. The Klason procedure did not remove all the non-lignin components from flax fibres, known for their highly crystalline cellulose, and considerably overestimated the lignin content. The thioglycolic acid assay results were consistent with GC and microscopic observations.
    Alterations in cell walls of winter wheat roots during low temperature acclimation.
    Zabotin, A.I. ; Barisheva, T.S. ; Zabotina, O.A. ; Larskaya, I.A. ; Lozovaya, V.V. ; Beldman, G. ; Voragen, A.G.J. - \ 1998
    Journal of Plant Physiology 152 (1998). - ISSN 0176-1617 - p. 473 - 479.
    Oligosaccharides appeared during first hours of low temperature acclimation increase wheat seedling capability of adaptation.
    Zabotina, O. ; Ayupova, D. ; Larskaya, A. ; Zabotin, A. ; Lozovaya, V.V. ; Beldman, G. ; Voragen, A.G.J. - \ 1996
    In: The Extracellular Matrix of Plants, Keystone Symp., Tamarron, USA - p. 32 - 32.
    Participation of oligosaccharides in the process of root development.
    Zabotina, O. ; Gurjanov, O.P. ; Ayupova, D. ; Ibragimova, N. ; Beldman, G. ; Voragen, A.G.J. ; Lozovaya, V.V. - \ 1996
    In: Abstract 10th Congr. of FISPP, Florence, Italy (1996)
    Incorporation of cell wall of winter roots into the process of low temperature acclimation.
    Zabotin, A. ; Barishe, T.A. ; Zabotina, O. ; Lozovaya, V.V. ; Beldman, G. ; Voragen, A.G.J. - \ 1996
    In: Int. congr. on Stress and inorganic nitrogen assimilation, Moscow - p. 125 - 125.
    Biologically-active soluble oligosaccharides from pea stem tissues.
    Zabotina, O.A. ; Gurjanov, O.P. ; Ayupova, D.A. ; Beldman, G. ; Voragen, A.G.J. ; Lozovaya, V.V. - \ 1996
    Plant Cell Reports 15 (1996). - ISSN 0721-7714 - p. 954 - 957.
    Bioactive oligosaccharides from pea shoots.
    Zabotina, O. ; Gurjanov, O. ; Ayupova, D. ; Beldman, G. ; Voragen, A.G.J. ; Lozovaya, V.V. - \ 1995
    In: Abstract 7th Cell Wall Meeting, Santiago de Compostella, Spain - p. 62 - 62.
    Bioactive fragments from pea pectin.
    Zabotina, O.A. ; Ayupova, D.A. ; Gurjanov, O.P. ; Ibragimova, N. ; Beldman, G. ; Voragen, A.G.J. ; Lozovaya, V.V. - \ 1995
    In: Pectins and Pectinases, Wageningen - p. P30 - P30.
    The isolation and biological activity of oligosaccharins from the pea shoots.
    Zabotina, O.A. ; Gur'yanov, O.P. ; Malikhov, R.G. ; Ayupova, D.A. ; Beldman, G. ; Voragen, A.G.J. ; Lozovaya, V.V. - \ 1995
    Russian Journal of Plant Physiology 42 (1995). - ISSN 1021-4437 - p. 366 - 371.
    Cell wall composition of photosynthetic cultured cells.
    Lozovaya, V.V. ; Widholm, J.M. ; Zabotina, O.A. ; Gorshkova, T.A. ; Kozbevnikov, A. ; Beldman, G. ; Voragen, A.G.J. - \ 1994
    In: Abstract 8th Int. Congr. Plant tissue and cell culture. Firenze - p. 231 - 231.
    Alteration in cell walls at low temperature acclimation.
    Zabotin, A.I. ; Bariskova, T. ; Zabotina, O.A. ; Larskaya, I.A. ; Pivovarov, M. ; Beldman, G. ; Lozovaya, V. - \ 1994
    In: Abstract 8th Bratislava Symp. Saccharides, Surdenice, Slovakia - p. 94 - 94.
    Bioactive pectin oligosaccharides from pea stem cell walls.
    Zabotina, O.A. ; Lozovaya, V.V. ; Malychov, R.G. ; Rumyantcera, N.I. ; Zihareva, M.V. ; Beldman, G. - \ 1992
    In: Abstract poster 6th Cell wall meeting, Nijmegen - p. 226 - 226.
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