Signal Transduction and Cell Volume Regulation in Plant Leaflet Movements var callbackToken='473401C021C2DE5'; Skip to main page content HOME CURRENT ISSUE ARCHIVES FEEDBACK SUBSCRIBE ALERTS HELP Keyword Search GO Advanced Search » Institution: Deepdyve User Name Password Sign In News in Physiological Sciences, Vol 11, 108-114, Copyright © 1996 by International Union of Physiological Sciences ARTICLES Signal Transduction and Cell Volume Regulation in Plant Leaflet Movements N Moran, YG Yueh and RC Crain Leaflet movements and underlying cell volume changes are visual indicators of ion transport in specialized cells of various plants. These cells are an attractive model to study regulation of plant ion transport. We focus on the effect of light, the biological clock, and mechanosensing on ion channels mediating cell volume regulation.
Physiology – The American Physiological Society
Published: Jun 1, 1996
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