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17. A glass Pasteur prpet with the tip broken off serves well since the protoplasts are not subjected to the suction force in the narrow diameter of the pipet tip 18 Collect the protoplast bands from three tubes into one tube to obtain a sufficient pellet size in the subsequent steps 19. When changing the solutions, try to remove as much of the previous solution as posstble without disturbing the protoplast pellet. The soft transition from one osmoticum to another results m less protoplast bursting and loss between the steps.
However, concerted efforts of several research groups to optimize established chloroplast isolation protocols for Arabidopsis and the discovery that the inclusion of high levels of EDTA or EGTA in the isolation medium is critical for the recovery of active chloroplasts (3), led to the development of two reliable procedures:chloroplastisolation by homogenization of leaf tissue using polytron and chloroplast isolation from protoplasts. From Methods m Molecular Brology, Vol 82 Arabidopsrs Protocols Edited by J Martmez-Zapater and J Salrnas 0 Humana Press Inc , Totowa, 43 NJ Kunst 44 Although both procedures yield intact chloroplasts capable of high rates of CO*-dependent O2 evolution, they differ m several important ways.
6 Shake the Petri dishes gently to release the protoplasts and incubate them further for 30 mm (see Note 5) 7. Collect the protoplast suspension using a broad-mouthed pipet using gentle suction, and filter the protoplast sequentially through 100 pm and 50 un-~sieves (see Note 6) 8 Gently dispense the protoplast suspension into 12-mL screw-capped glass tubes and centrifuge at 50g for 5 min. 9. Remove the dark-green band of floating protoplasts concentrated at the top of the tubes and transfer them to a new glass tube (see Note 7).