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1072 Notizen High Performance Liquid Chromatographie Analysis o f Steroidal Saponins from Avena sativa L. J. Kesselmeier and D. Strack Botanisches Institut der Universität zu Köln, Gyrhofstr. 15, D-5000 Köln 41 Z. Naturforsch. 36 c, 1072-1074 (1981); received July 15, 1981 High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), Steroidal Saponins, Avena sativa, Etioplasts Reversed phase high performance liquid chromatog­ raphy offers an efficient and rapid method for analysis of steroidal saponins. Crude extracts from primary leaves of Avena sativa and isolated

Cloning and Characterisation of Chlorophyll Synthase from Avena sativa (GGPP) than with phytyldiphosphate (PhyPP), and the free alcohol geranylgeraniol was also accepted when ATP was added. The enzyme of spinach chloroplasts was shown to be exclusively located in the thylakoid membrane (Soll et al., 1983). However, it was not clear whether only a single chlorophyll synthase was present in the etioplast mem- brane preparation and whether additional enzymes con- tributed to the observed activities. Beyond the role of an enzyme, chlorophyll synthase has a regulatory

Electrophoresis and Electrofocusing of Phytochrome from Etiolated Avena sativa L. R udolf Schendel and W olfhart Rüdiger Botanisches Institut der Universität München Z. Naturforsch. 44c, 12—18 (1989); received November 25, 1988 Microheterogeneity, Pest Sequence, Phytochrome Denaturation, Protein Conformation Phytochrome from etiolated oat seedlings (Avena sativa L.) was investigated by “native” gel electrophoresis and by isoelectric focusing. At pH 8 . 8 the Pfr form migrated faster than the Pr form in electrophoresis. We assume a difference in the surface

Natürliche Hemmstoffe von Keimung und Wachstum, I Ausarbeitung eines quantitativen Biotests und Anwendung auf Extrakte aus Spelzen von Avena sativa L. Natural Inhibitors o f Germination and Growth, I. Development o f a Quantitative Biotest and Application upon Extracts from Husks o f Avena sativa L. Rudolf Karl und Wolfhart Rüdiger Botanisches Institut der Universität München, Menzinger Str. 67, D-8000 München 19 Z. Naturforsch. 37 c, 793-801 (1982); received April 27, 1982 Avena sativa L., Amaranthus caudatus, Seed G erm ination, Growth of Roots and O at

Red Light Induced Change in the Saponin Content of Prolamellar Bodies in A vena sativa Mechthild Müller Fakultät für Biologie (Abteilung Ruppel) der Universität Bielefeld, Postfach 86 40, D-4800 Bielefeld 1 Z. Naturforsch. 36 c, 869-874 (1981); received February 4 /April 10,1981 Dedicated to Professor W. Menke, Köln on the Occasion o f His 70th Birthday. Etioplast, Protochlorophyllide, Prolamellar Body, Saponin, Red Light Exposure to red light of high intensities leads to saponin and prolamellar body degradation in etiolated Avena sativa seedlings. Exposure to

). The content of non-essential amino acids in the grains of winter and spring varieties of oats (Avena sativa L.) under the conditions of Central Southern Bulgaria. Agro-knowledge J., 14 (1), 105-113. Givens, D. I., Davies, T. W., Laverick, R. M. (2004). Effect of variety, nitrogen fertilizer and various agronomic factors on the nutritional value of husked and naked oats grain. Anim. Feed Sci. Tech., 113, 169-181. Guilbert, S., Gontard, N., Morel, M. H., Chalier, P., Micard, V., Redl, A. (2002). Formation and properties of wheat gluten films and coating. In: Gennadios

Natürliche Hemmstoffe von Keimung und Wachstum II Isolierung und Struktur von Hemmstoffen aus ,4 vena sativa L.+ Natural Inhibitors o f Germination and Growth II Isolation and Structure o f Inhibitors from Avena sativa L. Edith Lohaus *, Inge Bios *, Wolfram Schäfer ** und Wolfhart Rüdiger *, * Botanisches Institut der Universität München, Menzinger Straße 67, 8000 München 19 und ** Max-Planck-Institut für Biochemie, 8033 Martinsried Z. Naturforsch. 37 c, 802-811 (1982); received April 27, 1982 Amaranthus caudatus, Avena sativa, D ihydrohem atinic Acid

Uptake and Efflux of [ S]Sulfite by Protoplasts and their Chloroplasts of Oat (Avena sativa L.) Z. Miszalski and H. Ziegler Lehrstuhl für Botanik, Technische Universität München, D-8000 München 2, Bundesrepublik Deutschland Z. Naturforsch. 44c, 509—513 (1989); received February 13, 1989 Dedicated to Professor Achim Trebst on the occasion o f his 60th birthday A vena sativa , Chloroplasts, Protoplasts, Sulfite Efflux, Sulfite Uptake Processes of J5S-labelled sulfite uptake and efflux by oat protoplasts and their chloroplasts are very rapid: during the first

References Boz H (2015) Phenolic amides (avenanthramides) in oats - A review. Czech J. Food Sci. 33: 399-404. Emmons ChL, Peterson DM, Paul GL (1999) Antioxidan capacity of oat (Avena sativa L.) extracts. 2. In vitro antioxidant activity and contents of phenolic and tocol antioxidants. J. Agric. Food. Chem. 47: 4894-4898. Hung PV (2014) Phenolic compounds of cereals and their antioxidant capacity. Crit. Rev. Food Sci. Nutr. 56: 25-35. Chemat F, Rombaut N, Meullemiestre A, Turk M, Perino S, Fabiano-Tixier AS, Abert-Vian M (2017) Review of green food processing

Rotating-Field-Induced Rotation and Measurement of the Membrane Capacitance of Single Mesophyll Cells of A vena sativa W. M Arnold and U. Zimmermann Arbeitsgruppe Membranforschung am Institut für Medizin Kernforschungsanlage Jülich, Postfach 19 13, D-5170 Jülich, Bundesrepublik Deutschland Z. Naturforsch. 37 c, 908-915 (1982); received July 15, 1982 Rotating Electric Field, Protoplast Rotation, Relaxation Processes, Characteristic Frequency, Membrane Capacitance Rotation of single cells (mesophyll protoplasts o f Avena sativa) induced by a planar