Respiration for growth, maintenance and ion uptake. An evaluation of concepts, methods, values and their significance

Respiration for growth, maintenance and ion uptake. An evaluation of concepts, methods, values... Hans Lambers, Ryszard K. Szaniawski and Ries de Visser Lambers, H., Szaniawski, R. K. and de Visser, R. 1983. Respiration lor growth, maintenance and ion uptake. An evaluation of concepts, methods, values and their significance. - Physiol. Plant. 58: 556-563. H. Lambers (reprints requests) and R. de Visser, Dept. of Plant Physiology, Univ. o Groningen, P. O. Box 14, 9750 AA Haren (Gn), The Netherlattds; R. K. Szattiawski, Inst. of Botany, The University of Warsaw, 00-927/1 Warszawa, Poland. Introduction Our objective is to examine respiration in relation to the energy-requiring processes in the plant, i.e. growth, maintenance and ion uptake. We discuss the validity of the concept of growth respiration vs maintenance respiration and examine the ctirrent methods to separate these two components, as well as a third one associated with ioti uptake. The synthesis of plant dry matter from glucose and mineral nutrients requires the input of energy. However, other functions also contribute to the energy demand, e.g. turnover, requiring the continuous input of energy not associated with net growth. Membranes tend to be leaky, so that ions must be continuously reabsorbed to maintain a gradient. The energy input into these processes, which do not lead to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physiologia Plantarum Wiley

Respiration for growth, maintenance and ion uptake. An evaluation of concepts, methods, values and their significance

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Wiley
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Copyright © 1983 Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company
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0031-9317
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1399-3054
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10.1111/j.1399-3054.1983.tb05742.x
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Hans Lambers, Ryszard K. Szaniawski and Ries de Visser Lambers, H., Szaniawski, R. K. and de Visser, R. 1983. Respiration lor growth, maintenance and ion uptake. An evaluation of concepts, methods, values and their significance. - Physiol. Plant. 58: 556-563. H. Lambers (reprints requests) and R. de Visser, Dept. of Plant Physiology, Univ. o Groningen, P. O. Box 14, 9750 AA Haren (Gn), The Netherlattds; R. K. Szattiawski, Inst. of Botany, The University of Warsaw, 00-927/1 Warszawa, Poland. Introduction Our objective is to examine respiration in relation to the energy-requiring processes in the plant, i.e. growth, maintenance and ion uptake. We discuss the validity of the concept of growth respiration vs maintenance respiration and examine the ctirrent methods to separate these two components, as well as a third one associated with ioti uptake. The synthesis of plant dry matter from glucose and mineral nutrients requires the input of energy. However, other functions also contribute to the energy demand, e.g. turnover, requiring the continuous input of energy not associated with net growth. Membranes tend to be leaky, so that ions must be continuously reabsorbed to maintain a gradient. The energy input into these processes, which do not lead to

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Physiologia PlantarumWiley

Published: Aug 1, 1983

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