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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 11)
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Effects of Ultradry Storage on Fluidity of Plasma Membrane of Haloxylon persicum Seeds

Lirong Tong, Kuanhu Dong, Jianguo Han and Qingfang Xu
Corresponding Author:  Lirong Tong 

Key words:  Haloxylon persicum seeds, plasma membrane, ultradry storage, , , ,
Vol. 5 , (11): 1527-1530
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August 05, 2013 August 12, 2013 November 05, 2013
Abstract:

The DPH fluorescent probe (1, 6-diphenyi-1, 3, 5,-hexatriene) was used to study the effects of ultradry seed storage on the fluidity of plasma membrane. Results indicated that the micro-viscosity of plasma membrane of ultradried seeds had no significant changes compared with the Haloxylon persicum seeds which were stored under 4C condition. However, there was a little adverse effect on the seeds with extreme dehydration. The results were consistent with higher vigor level of ultradried seed. It indicated that ultradry seed storage could maintain the physiological function of seed, protect the integrity of the membrane and improve the storability of seeds.
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Lirong Tong, Kuanhu Dong, Jianguo Han and Qingfang Xu, 2013. Effects of Ultradry Storage on Fluidity of Plasma Membrane of Haloxylon persicum Seeds.  Advance Journal of Food Science and Technology, 5(11): 1527-1530.
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