Isolated guard cells, prepared by sonication of epidermal peels, were used to investigate the endogenous level of abscisic acid (ABA) in the guard cells of turgid and stressed leaves of Vicia faba L. and the argenteum ( arg ) mutant of Pisum sativum L. The guard cells of V. faba and arg were found to contain 18 and 8 times more ABA, respectively, when isolated from stressed leaves than from turgid leaves. Isolated guard cells of V. faba were also directly stressed with the osmoticum Aquacide III. These guard cells were capable of producing stress-induced ABA to at least 3 times their ABA level when non-stressed.
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