Ionic Channels in Plant Protoplasts
Membrane transport in animal cells still keeps many a researcher intrigued; transport in plant cells, by comparison, is virtually terra incognita in spite of the increasingly intensifying research during the last few decades (Clarkson, 1984).
KeywordsGuard Cell Plant Protoplast Amplitude Histogram Guard Cell Protoplast Relative Occupancy
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