Russian Journal of Plant Physiology, Vol. 49, No. 6, 2002, pp. 839–844. Translated from Fiziologiya Rastenii, Vol. 49, No. 6, 2002, pp. 944–949. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2002 by Ivanov. PERSONALITIES IN SCIENCE Arrangement and Regulation of Ion Transport in Roots in Studies by D. B. Vakhmistrov (1931–2001) introduced. There was a group of active young scien- tists who appreciated the new lines of investigation being developed, Vakhmistrov among them. Being an agrochemist by education, Vakhmistrov focused on the topics of mineral nutrition in plants. Already in his ﬁrst studies, he successfully aided in developing the adsorp- tion theory of nutrition, prevalent at that time, by stat- ing that the processes regulating ion uptake mainly occur on the cell membrane. It was in the 1950–1960s that the structure and the transport characteristics of the plasma membrane became a subject of active investiga- tion. Vakhmistrov’s studies in this area resulted in a dis- sertation entitled “Accumulation of Ions in Plants and the Role of Cell Membranes (by the Example of Potas- sium),” which was nominated in 1969 for a Candidate Science degree; however, in place of this, the author was awarded the title of Doctor of Biology. In his
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