The Influence of the External Osmotic Conditions upon the Accumulation of Sulphate in Leaves

The Influence of the External Osmotic Conditions upon the Accumulation of Sulphate in Leaves Instilule of Pl:ml Physiology, Lund (Received February 10. 1960) Introduction The i)rt'.scnl paper fonn.s part of ;i series of investif,'ati()ns on Ihe aclive and passive uplake of sulphate into {,'reen tissue.s. They were initialed as a con-sequfiice of a postutato hy Kylin and Ilyhno (1957) that uplake within the shoots should follow tho same general scheme as within the rools and of a remark made hy Burstrom (1957) thai as a consequence of the theory of salt respiration one should expect active ion accumtilation to he inhibited in illuuiinated leaves. althoui,'h Ihe experimental evidence at hand did not point in this direclion. As ior the lalter discrepancy, it has already heen .shown (Kylin I'.l(iO) thai it is due to douhle systems for the energy delivery to .salt uplake in ^'reiMi tissnes. the mechanisms active in darkness beinj(, as a matter of fact, inhil)iled hy li^dit hnt at the same time more or less compensated for by processes dependent npon light absorplion of tbe chloroplasts. In the present paper evidence will be presented that these two systems leading lo ion aecnmulation behave differently towards cbanges in the osmotic value of the external solution, and in connection witb this some http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physiologia Plantarum Wiley

The Influence of the External Osmotic Conditions upon the Accumulation of Sulphate in Leaves

Physiologia Plantarum, Volume 13 (1) – Jan 1, 1960

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Copyright © 1960 Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company
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0031-9317
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10.1111/j.1399-3054.1960.tb08018.x
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Instilule of Pl:ml Physiology, Lund (Received February 10. 1960) Introduction The i)rt'.scnl paper fonn.s part of ;i series of investif,'ati()ns on Ihe aclive and passive uplake of sulphate into {,'reen tissue.s. They were initialed as a con-sequfiice of a postutato hy Kylin and Ilyhno (1957) that uplake within the shoots should follow tho same general scheme as within the rools and of a remark made hy Burstrom (1957) thai as a consequence of the theory of salt respiration one should expect active ion accumtilation to he inhibited in illuuiinated leaves. althoui,'h Ihe experimental evidence at hand did not point in this direclion. As ior the lalter discrepancy, it has already heen .shown (Kylin I'.l(iO) thai it is due to douhle systems for the energy delivery to .salt uplake in ^'reiMi tissnes. the mechanisms active in darkness beinj(, as a matter of fact, inhil)iled hy li^dit hnt at the same time more or less compensated for by processes dependent npon light absorplion of tbe chloroplasts. In the present paper evidence will be presented that these two systems leading lo ion aecnmulation behave differently towards cbanges in the osmotic value of the external solution, and in connection witb this some

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Physiologia PlantarumWiley

Published: Jan 1, 1960

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