Plant Nutrition — from Genetic Engineering to Field Practice

Proceedings of the Twelfth International Plant Nutrition Colloquium, 21–26 September 1993, Perth, Western Australia

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ISBN: 978-94-010-4832-3 (Print) 978-94-011-1880-4 (Online)

Table of contents (177 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XXI

  2. Plenary papers

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      The rhizosphere and plant nutrition: a quantitative approach

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      Pages 23-33

      Molecular biological approaches to plant nutrition

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      Pages 35-45

      Recent developments in electron microscopical techniques for studying ion localization in plant cells

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      Pages 47-57

      Nuclear magnetic resonance studies of the location and function of plant nutrients in vivo

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      Pages 59-68

      Modelling nutrient responses in the field

  3. Rhizosphere and plant nutrition

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      Non-destructive methods for demonstrating chemical changes in the rhizosphere I. Description of methods

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      Pages 75-78

      Non-destructive methods for demonstrating chemical changes in the rhizosphere II. application of methods

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      Pages 79-82

      Dissolution of ferric phosphate by alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) root exudates

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      Mucilage secretion and its interaction with soil, and contact reduction

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      The chemistry of the lowland rice rhizosphere

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      Pages 91-94

      Influx and efflux of Amino acids from Zea mays L. roots and their implications for N nutrition and the rhizosphere

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      Pages 95-98

      Mobilization of different phosphate fractions in the rhizosphere

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      Pages 99-102

      Secretion of acid phosphatase by the roots of crop plants under phosphorus-deficient conditions and some properties of the enzyme secreted by lupin Roots

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      Pages 103-106

      Mechanism of sugar retention by roots of intact maize and field bean plants

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      Pages 107-109

      Biosynthetic pathway of phytosiderophores in iron-deficient graminaceous plants: A new assay system for the detection of nicotianamine amino-transferase activity

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      Pages 111-114

      Influence of minerals on cytoplasmic streaming in root hairs of intact wheat seedlings (Triticum aestivum L.)

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      Pages 115-118

      Mobilisation of iron and manganese by plant-borne and synthetic metal chelators

  4. Membrane function

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      Towards an understanding of the molecular basis of plant K+ transport: characterization of cloned K+ transport cDNAs

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      Pages 125-128

      Plasma membrane Ca2+ channels in roots of higher plants and their role in aluminium toxicity

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      Reduction of Fe(III), Mn(III), and Cu(II) chelates by roots of pea (Pisum sativum L.) or soybean (Glycine max)

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