Please provide a short abstract of 100 to 250 words. The abstract should not contain any undeﬁned abbreviations or unspeciﬁed references. Begin on a new page. Key Words Please provide a maximum of 6 key words or short phrases in alphabetical order. Abbreviations Abbreviations and their explanations should be collected in a list. Abbreviations should be explained at ﬁrst occurrence. Symbols and Units Metric units and Celsius (Centigrade) temperatures should be used for all measurements. SI units should be used throughout. Nomenclature Chemical and biochemical – Names of chemical compounds follow the Chemical Abstracts (Chemical Abstract Service, Ohio State University, Columbus) and its indexes. – Biochemical terminology, including abbreviations and symbols, follows the recommendations of the IUPAC-IUB Commission on Biochemical Nomenclature. – Enzyme activity in units follows the Enzyme Nomenclature (Academic Press, 1979). – For summaries of the abbreviations consult Journal of Biological Chemistry, Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics and the Handbook of Biochemistry (H.A. Sober, Chemical Rubber Company, Cleveland, latest edition). Taxonomical – Binary nomenclature: names of genera and higher categories may be used alone. Genetic – Application of the term phenotype and genotype should be in accordance with Demerec et al. (Genetics 54: 61–74, 1966). – For
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