2012

Plant Electrophysiology

Signaling and Responses

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ISBN: 978-3-642-29109-8 (Print) 978-3-642-29110-4 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiii

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    Pages 1-31

    Morphing Structures in the Venus Flytrap

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    Pages 33-62

    The Effect of Electrical Signals on Photosynthesis and Respiration

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    Pages 63-83

    Mathematical Modeling, Dynamics Analysis and Control of Carnivorous Plants

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    Pages 85-123

    The Telegraph Plant: Codariocalyx motorius (Formerly Also Desmodium gyrans)

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    Pages 125-142

    Regulatory Mechanism of Plant Nyctinastic Movement: An Ion Channel-Related Plant Behavior

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    Pages 143-172

    Signal Transduction in Plant–Insect Interactions: From Membrane Potential Variations to Metabolomics

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    Pages 173-206

    Phytosensors and Phytoactuators

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    Pages 207-232

    Generation, Transmission, and Physiological Effects of Electrical Signals in Plants

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    Pages 233-247

    The Role of Plasmodesmata in the Electrotonic Transmission of Action Potentials

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    Pages 249-280

    Moon and Cosmos: Plant Growth and Plant Bioelectricity

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    Pages 281-301

    Biosystems Analysis of Plant Development Concerning Photoperiodic Flower Induction by Hydro-Electrochemical Signal Transduction

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    Pages 303-321

    Actin, Myosin VIII and ABP1 as Central Organizers of Auxin-Secreting Synapses

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    Pages 323-337

    Ion Currents Associated with Membrane Receptors

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    Pages 339-369

    Characterisation of Root Plasma Membrane Ca2+-Permeable Cation Channels: Techniques and Basic Concepts

  16. Back Matter

    Pages 371-377