2007

The Apoplast of Higher Plants: Compartment of Storage, Transport and Reactions

The significance of the apoplast for the mineral nutrition of higher plants

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-5842-4 (Print) 978-1-4020-5843-1 (Online)

Table of contents (31 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-12

  2. Cell wall-ion interactions: Significance for nutrition of plants and their stress tolerance

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      Pages 13-13

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      Pages 15-18

      Cell Wall-Ion Interactions

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      Pages 19-32

      Boron in the Apoplast of Higher Plants

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      Pages 33-47

      Silicon in Plant Nutrition

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      Pages 49-66

      Significance of the Root Apoplast for Aluminium Toxicity and Resistance of Maize

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      Pages 67-83

      Significance of Polyamines for Pectin-Methylesterase Activity and the ion Dynamics in the Apoplast

  3. The root apoplast - implication for ion acquisition and Short-distance transport

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      Pages 85-85

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      Pages 87-96

      The apoplast: A kinetic perspective

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      Pages 97-108

      The apoplast of ectomycorrhizal roots – site of nutrient uptake and nutrient exchange between the symbiotic partners

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      Pages 109-117

      Chemical compositon of apoplastic transport barriers in roots

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      Pages 119-130

      Apoplastic water transport in roots

  4. Ion uptake from and loading into the apoplast: Characterization of channel properties and relevance for the nutrition of plants

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      Pages 131-131

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      Pages 133-136

      Long Distance Transport in Plants: Towards Analyses of Regulatory Interactions Between Membrane Transport Systems and Cell Wall Ionic Atmosphere in Vascular Tissues

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      Pages 137-149

      The Role of Potassium in Wood Formation of Poplar

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      Pages 151-163

      Transport Characteristics of Ion Channels as Influenced by Apoplastic Properties

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      Pages 165-180

      Ion Uptake from the Xylem into the Symplasm of the Maize Leaf

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      Pages 181-200

      Loading of Ions into the Xylem of the Root

  5. The significance of the apoplast as a compartment for long-distance transport

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 201-201

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      Pages 203-205

      New Tools to Explore the Apoplast

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      Pages 207-220

      On-Line Measurements of Ion Relations in the Xylem Sap of Intact Plants

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      Pages 221-229

      Dynamic and Nutrient Fluxes in the Xylem

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      Pages 231-249

      Relationship Between Apoplastic Nutrient Concentrations and the Long-Distance Transport of Nutrients in the Ricinus communis L. Seedling

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      Pages 251-264

      Long-Distance Water Transport Under Controlled Transpirational Conditions: Minimal-Invasive Investigations by Means of Pressure Probes and NMR Imaging

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      Pages 265-283

      Changes in Composition of the Xylem Sap as well as in Ion Fluxes in Populus Tremula X Alba L. Xylem In Dependence on Exogenous Factors

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