2 edition of Transport of photoassimilates found in the catalog.
Transport of photoassimilates
International Conference on the Transport of Photoassimilates
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Journal of experimental botany. Vol. 47 (Special Issue)|
|Statement||editors: J. L. Hall, D. A. Baker, K. L. (sic) Oparka.|
|Contributions||Hall, J. L., Baker, D. A., Oparka, K. J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 1119-1333 :|
|Number of Pages||1333|
It has long been recognized that stomatal movement modulates CO2 availability and as a consequence the photosynthetic rate of plants, and that this process is feedback-regulated by photoassimilates. However, the genetic components and mechanisms underlying this regulatory loop remain poorly understood, especially in monocot crop species. Here, we report the cloning and functional. Transport of photoassimilates linking functionally plant, as a whole system, is discussed as a target for different environmental stresses. Anatomical, physiological and biochemical aspects of.
Transport and Distribution of [14 C]p-OHBG in Flowering PlantsGlucosinolate transport and distribution patterns were studied by administration of [14 C]p-OHBG to fully expanded rosette leaves of wild-type 24 h incubation, radioactivity was observed in roots, other rosette leaves, stem, cauline leaves, flower buds, and siliques (Fig. (Fig.2A). 2 A). The phloem collects photoassimilates in green leaves, distributes them in the plant and supplies the heterotrophic plant organs (e.g. fruits, buds and roots). Phloem structure is specialized for loading, long-distance transport and unloading of assimilates.
Introduction to Plant Physiology became the best-selling first edition plant physiology text of the 's! Now, we're building on the success of prior editions to provide an even more effective fourth edition. Plant Physiology has been praised for its excellent balance of traditional and modern Price: $ Phloem loading provides the driving force for long-distance translocation of photoassimilates. The most obvious distinguishing feature of the intermediary cell is the presence of very numerous plasmodesmata at the interface where loading presumably occurs, that is between the intermediary cell and the bundle-sheath Minor veins are typically composed of four cell types: vascular parenchyma.
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Photoassimilates are transported throughout plants in sieve tubes of the phloem. In angiosperms, Transport of photoassimilates book transport involves several successive steps which occur in three functional zones of the phloem, each of which has a specific task (Figure 1).Following production in the leaf mesophyll, photoassimilates are loaded into sieve element/companion cell complexes (SE/CC complexes) in the.
Get this from a library. Transport of photoassimilates. [D A Baker; John A Milburn;] -- Recent developments in the translocation of assimilates in higher plants are described in a series of essays.
Particular reference is made to the fundamental processes involved in the partitioning. Transport of Photoassimilates (Monographs & surveys in the biosciences) by Dennis A. Baker. Longman, This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers.
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Baker, D.A. and Milburn, J.A () Transport of n Scientific and Technical, Harlow, Essex. Google Transport of photoassimilates book by: 4. Transport of photoassimilates linking functionally plant, as a whole system, is discussed as a target for different environmental stresses.
Anatomical, physiological and biochemical aspects of phloem transport, phloem loading and unloading are taken into consideration. In the light of modern theoríes of assimilate transport some historical.
Adopting an interdisciplinary approach to the study of photoassimilate partitioning and source-sink relationhips, this work details the major aspects of source-sink physiology and metabolism, the integration of individual components and photoassimilate partitioning, and the whole plant source-sink relationships in 16 agriculturally important crops.
After photoassimilates are transported to the fruits, they are rapidly transformed into other sugars by the action of related enzymes (Beruter, ). There are three steps in the transportation of photoassimilates from the leaf to the fruit: phloem loading, phloem long-distance transportation, and phloem unloading (Patrick et al., ).
Abstract: Translocation of photoassimilates was studied on 2‐year‐old trees of Fraxinus excelsior and Sorbus aucuparia using the short‐lived isotope 11 C. Leaflets of different leaves on the same plants were radiolabeled showing that both carbon distribution and speeds of transport may vary with leaf position.
Within 2 h after pulse feeding with 11 CO 2, mainly the lower leaves. Chapter 11 Photoassimilates: Translocation & Distribution via Phloem. Translocation: transport of sucrose over "long" distances (throughout plant) Phloem tissue translocates photoassimilate: Girdling: swelling above the girdle; phloem cell content & aphids (phloem sap is under pressure).
The book opens with a chapter by Sivak, Leegood and Walker on transport of photoassimilates within photosynthetic cells. It is as sound, thorough and con- temporary as its authorship would indicate and fortunately covers metabolism as well as membrane transport; there is welcome reference to the use of mutants.
Transport. This active transport of sugar into the companion cells occurs via a proton-sucrose symporter; the companion cells use an ATP-powered proton pump to create an electrochemical gradient outside of the cell.
The cotransport of a proton with sucrose allows movement of sucrose against its concentration gradient into the companion cells. In botany, a photoassimilate is one of a number of biological compounds formed by assimilation using light-dependent term is most commonly used to refer to the energy-storing monosaccharides produced by photosynthesis in the leaves of plants.
Only NADPH, ATP and water are made in the "light" reactions. Monosaccharides, though generally more complex sugars, are made in.
Phloem is the primary transport tissue for photosynthates (photoassimilates, or simply stated - organic materials). Radiotracer studies in which leaves are briefly exposed to 14 C-labeled carbon dioxide show that radioactive photosynthates are localized in the phloem.
Glucosinolates are a large group of plant secondary metabolites found mainly in the order Capparales, which includes a large number of economically important Brassica crops and the model plant Arabidopsis.
In the present study, several lines of evidence are provided for phloem transport of glucosinolates in Arabidopsis. When radiolabeled p -hydroxybenzylglucosinolate (p -OHBG) and.
Solute Transport Solute Transport in the Phloem: is the primary transport tissue for photosynthates (photoassimilates, or simply stated - organic materials).
Radiotracer studies in which leaves are briefly exposed to 14C-labeled carbon dioxide show that radioactive photosynthates are localized in the phloem. 2/22/ 39 Purchase Plant Biochemistry - 4th Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNAllocation, Translocation and Partitioning of Photoassimilates.
The processes: Photoassimilate must be allocated appropriately so that sucrose for transport is produced, starch for storage is produced, and RuBP is regenerated.
Translocation takes place in the phloem, transporting sugars from sources to sinks. It is generally assumed that the primary role of phloem loading is to drive long-distance transport by elevating hydrostatic pressure in sieve elements. This concept is consistent with the fact that, in many plants, energy is used to increase the concentrations of photoassimilates in the leaf phloem.
Compared to those under the W 1 and W 3 treatments, the transport from leaves under the W 2 treatment was higher by – mg 13 C plant −1 and – mg 13 C plant −1, respectively, and the transport from stems under the W 2 treatment was higher by – mg 13 C plant −1 and – mg 13 C plant −1.
Simultaneous to the outward flow of water, all the inward transport of assimilates from the mesophyll to the transfusion parenchyma has to pass the bundle sheath (see Fig. 1: brown arrows). Already, Münch doubted that the opposing flow of water and photoassimilates could be accommodated in the same cells.
Once inside the cytosol of the bundle.Phloem transport is the process by which carbohydrates produced by photosynthesis in the leaves get distributed in a plant. According to Münch, the osmotically generated hydrostatic phloem pressure is the force driving the long-distance transport of photoassimilates.
Following Thompson and Holbrook's approach, we develop a mathematical model of. The book is unique in presenting xylem and phloem transport processes in plants together in a comparative style that emphasizes the important interactions between these two parallel transport systems.