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Isolation and Compositional Analysis of Plant Cuticle Lipid Polyester Monomers

DOI :

10.3791/53386-v

9:47 min

November 22nd, 2015

November 22nd, 2015

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1Department of Biology, Algoma University

Lipid polyesters constitute the structural components of two cell wall modifications, the plant cuticle and suberin-containing diffusion barriers. In this video, we describe a method to depolymerize cutin from whole delipidated leaves. The method can be applied to investigating mutants compromised in either cutin or suberin biosynthesis.

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