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The role of ACC became evident in experiments in which plants were treated with [14C]methionine. Under anaerobic conditions, ethylene was not produced from the [14C]methionine, and 14C-labeled ACC accumulated in the tissue. On exposure to oxygen, however, ethylene production surged. The labeled ACC was rapidly converted to ethylene in the presence of oxygen by various plant tissues, suggesting that ACC is the immediate precursor of ethylene in higher plants and that oxygen is required for the conversion.
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