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Direct and Indirect Measurements of Phloem Turgor Pressure in ...

Plant Physiol. (1981) 68, 121-126 0032-0889/81/68/012 1/06/$00.50/0 Direct and Indirect Measurements of Phloem Turgor Pressure in White Ash Received for publication October 22,1979 and in revised form April 22,1980 SUSAN SOVONICK-DUNFORD', D. ROGER LEE2, AND MARTINH.

Scaling phloem transport: water potential equilibrium and ...

Plant, Cell and Environment (2003) 26, 1561-1577 © 2003 Blackwell Publishing Ltd 1561 26?15611577 Original Article Scaling phloem transport M. V. Thompson & N. M. Holbrook Correspondence: Matthew V. Thompson, Fax: + 1 617 4965854; e-mail: thompson@fas.harvard.edu Scaling phloem transport: water ...

Phloem function

Phloem Structure and Function 5/6/09 1 Phloem structure and function Pp. 140-152 (New Book pp.151-161 ) •*Phloem function •*Phloem structure •*Symplastic pathway •*Apoplastic pathway •*Pressure-flow hypothesis •*Ecological distribution of phloem types Goals •*Understand the ...

The secret phloem of pumpkins

The secret phloem of pumpkins Robert Turgeo na and Karl Oparka b,1 a Department of Plant Biology, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853; and b Institute of Molecular Plant Sciences, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh EH93JR, United Kingdom T he phloem of higher plants transports the products of ...

A Calcium-Regulated Gatekeeper in Phloem Sieve Tubes

The Plant Cell, Vol. 13, 989, May 2001, www.plantcell.org © 2001 American Society of Plant Physiologists IN THIS ISSUE The phloem is a highly specialized long

Phloem Loading: How Leaves Gain Their Independence

www.bioscience mag.org January 2006 / Vol. 56 No. 1• BioScience15 Articles W hen adolescent people, or leaves, make the tran-sitionto independence and adulthood, they lose the security ofa steady food supply and start fending for themselves.

Sieve TubeGeometry in Relation to Phloem Flow

Sieve TubeGeometry in Relation to Phloem Flow DanielL. Mullendore, a CarelW. Windt, b HenkVanAs, c and Michael Knoblauch a,1 a School of Biological Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington 9164-4236 b Forschungszentrum Ju ¨ lich, ICG-IIIPhytospha ¨ re, 52428 Ju ¨ lich ...

Phloem structure and function handout

EEB 4068-5068 Jeannine Cavender-Bares April 3, 2007 1 Phloem structure and function

Elm Phloem Necrosis (Mycoplasm)

Elm phloem necrosis phytoplasma and its vector Scaphoideus luteolus Elm Phloem Necrosis (Mycoplasm)

Translocation in the Phloem

Translocation in the Phloem 10 Chapter SURVIVALON LAND POSES SOME SERIOUS CHALLENGESto terrestrial plants, foremost of which is the need to acquire and retain water.