By R. K. Salyaev (auth.), Dr. Bernard P. Marin (eds.)

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J Cell BioI 62: 1-19 Thines-Sempoux D (1973) A comparison between the lysosomal and the plasma membrane. In: Dingle JT (ed) Lysosomes in Biology and Pathology, vol 3, North Holland Pub 1 Co, Amsterdam, p 278 Travis RL, Booz ML (1979) Partial characterization of a potassiumstimulated adenosine triphosphatase from the plasma membrane of meristematic and mature soybean root tissue. Plant Physiol 63: 573-577 Van der Wilden W, Matile Ph(1978) Isolation and characterization of yeast tonoplast fragments.

Further studies with reconstituted preparation should enable an explanation of the reaction mechanism with regard to the process known for other H+-translocating ATPases (Maloney, 1982). Conclusion If all above outlined drawbacks and limitations in experimental approach can be overcome, it will be possible to rigorously analyse the kinetic parameters of the tonoplast-bound ATPase as well as the regulation of the enzyme by transmembrane H+gradients and its stoichiometry with respect to H+ transport .

It could also be suggested that different tonoplast-bound enzymes were involved and, consequently, exhibited non-identical specificities with respect to the different substrates tested. Thus, the occurrence of both a GTPase activity and a GDPase activity bound to the tonoplast has been suggested for sugarcane (Thom and Komor, 1984) and for Saccharomyces carlsbergensis (Okorokov ~al, 1982; Okorokov and Lichko, 1983). In addition, an AHPase activity was evidenced at level of the tonoplast membrane of Neurospora crassa (Bowman and Bowman, 1982) .

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