Fb2 Mechanisms of Potassium Transport in Plants (Proceedings of the International Fertiliser Society) ePub
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Over millions of years, plants have evolved a sophisticated network of potassium transport systems. Thallium is a scarce, highly toxic element. There are several investigations that report Tl accumulation in plants of the family Brassicaceae.
Over millions of years, plants have evolved a sophisticated network of potassium transport systems . These plants could pose a risk in areas where Tl is present at higher concentrations than normal soils.
Plants ed traits are co-regulated to capture light and . Potential rate of electron transport to support NADP + reduction for RuBP regeneration. In: Proceedings of the 23rd SAS users group international. SAS Institute, CaryGoogle Scholar.
Plants ed traits are co-regulated to capture light and CO2 to optimize the rate of CO2 assimilation (A). The rising CO2 often benefits, but potassium (K) deficiency adversely affects A that contributes to the majority of plant biomass. The alternative electron flux as the proportion of total electron fluxes (. Shabala S (2003) Regulation of potassium transport in leaves: from molecular to tissue level.
OSTI Putative plant homologs of animal cng channels have been identified. Journal Article Bertl, A. ; Slayman, . Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America; (USA).
GOV Technical Report:. Putative plant homologs of animal cng channels have been identified. However, functional characterization (. demonstration of pendent ion currents) of a plant cng channel hasmore not yet been accomplished. The vacuolar membrane of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, which is proposed as a system for functional expression of membrane proteins, was examined by patch-clamp techniques.
Modelling of K acquisition by field crops is discussed. The part played by K in most plant physiological processes is now well understood including the important role of K in retranslocation of photoassimilates needed for good crop quality.
Potassium (K(+)) is the most abundant ion in the plant cell and is required for a wide array of functions, ranging from the maintenance of electrical potential gradients across cell membranes, to the generation of turgor, to the activation of numerous enzymes.
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Understanding the mechanisms of sodium (Na+) influx, effective, and efflux in higher plants is crucial to manipulate Na+ accumulation and assure the . International Journal of Molecular Sciences. Chicago/Turabian Style.
Understanding the mechanisms of sodium (Na+) influx, effective, and efflux in higher plants is crucial to manipulate Na+ accumulation and assure the maintenance of low Na+ concentration in the cytosol and, hence, plant tolerance to salt stress. Na+ influx across the plasma membrane in the roots occur mainly via nonselective cation channels (NSCCs). Na+ is compartmentalized into vacuoles by Na+/H+ exchangers (NHXs). Na+ efflux from the plant roots is mediated by the activity of Na+/H+ antiporters catalyzed by the salt overly sensitive 1 (SOS1) protein.
Transport and Transfer Processes in Plants presents the proceedings of a symposium held in Canberra, Australia, in December 1975 .
Transport and Transfer Processes in Plants presents the proceedings of a symposium held in Canberra, Australia, in December 1975 under the auspices of the . Australia Agreement for Scientific and Technical Cooperation. It explores how organic materials and nutrients are distributed in plants and how plants are influenced by the interactions between various forms of both long- and short-distance transport. The book also considers how environmental factors regulate plant growth, how nutrients may be used in a more efficient manner, and how plants acquire disease.
International Fertilizer Society - Proceeding 605 (2007). ISBN 978-0-85310-242-7. Mechanisms of Potassium Transport in Plants. Summary:- Keywords: potassium, plants, flux, cycling, high-affinity transport system (HATS), low-affinity transport system (LATS), membrane potential, cytosol, regulation, toxicity
Therefore, ecologically clean zeolite potassium fertilizer developed by us. .
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