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Author: W J Cram; Ulrich Lüttge; M G Pitman; et al
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, 1976.
Series: Encyclopedia of plant physiology, new ser., v. 2.; Transport in plants II, part A.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: W J Cram; Ulrich Lüttge; M G Pitman; et al
ISBN: 354007452X 9783540074526 038707452X 9780387074528
OCLC Number: 21886927
Description: xiv, 400 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: of Part A.- I. Theoretical and Biophysical Approaches.- 1. The Structure of Biological Membranes.- 1. Introduction.- 2. The Lipid-Protein Sandwich.- 3. The Liquid Amphiphilic Layer.- 2. Water Relations of Plant Cells.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Water Potential.- 3. The "Static" Water Relations of a Single Plant Cell.- 4. Transport of Water across Cell Membranes.- 5. Conclusion.- 3. Membrane Transport: Theoretical Background.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Origins of Equations.- 3. Equilibrium Equations (Class A).- 4. Rate Equations (Class A: Mechanism-Independent).- 5. Rate Equations (Class B: Mechanism-Dependent).- 4. Electrical Properties of Plant Cells: Methods and Findings.- 1. Methods.- 1.1 The Potential Difference.- 1.2 What an Inserted Microelectrode Actually Measures.- 1.3 Measurement of Membrane Resistance.- 1.4 The Control of Membrane Potential Difference by Voltage Clamping.- 1.5 Electrical Capacitance of Membranes.- 2. Electrical Properties of Cells-A Perspective.- 2.1 Potential Difference.- 2.2 Conductance.- 2.3 Membrane Capacitance.- 2.4 The Action Potential.- 2.5 Testing for Active and Passive Transport.- 2.6 Electrogenic Effects-the PD as a Function of Metabolic Activity.- 2.7 Electrical Properties and Membrane Structure.- 2.8 Unusual Measurements.- 2.9 Effects of Uncouplers and Antibiotics.- 2.10 Visible, UV and Ionizing Radiations.- 5. Measurement of Fluxes across Membranes.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Theoretical Basis of Flux Estimation.- 3. The Effect of the Free Space on Flux Measurements.- 4. Practical Estimation of Fluxes from Tracer Elution Measurements.- 5. Applications of Flux Analysis.- 6. Conclusions.- II. Particular Cell Systems.- 6. Transport in Algal Cells.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Algal Structure in Relation to Transport.- 3. Elemental Composition of Algae.- 4. Experimental Materials and Methods.- 5. Electrochemical Driving Forces in Algal Cells and Ionic Contents.- 6. Fluxes of Electrolytes.- 7. Transport of Non-Electrolytes.- 8. Conclusions and Evolutionary Speculations.- 7. Transport in Fungal Cells.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Potassium-Hydrogen or -Sodium Exchange System: Neurospora crassa and Saccharomyces cerevisiae.- 3. Ammonium and Methyl Ammonium Transport.- 4. Bivalent Cation Transport: Saccharomyces cerevisiae.- 5. Phosphate Transport.- 6. Transport of Sulfate and Other Sulfur Compounds.- 7. Amino Acid Transport.- 8. Monosaccharide Transport.- 9. Uptake of Di-and Trisaccharides.- 10. Ion and Proton Movements Accompanying Organic Solute Absorption.- 8. Transport in Cells of Storage Tissues.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Material.- 3. Red Beet (Beta vulgaris L.).- 4. Carrot (Daucus carota L.).- 5. Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.).- 6. Conclusion.- III. Regulation, Metabolism and Transport.- 9. Transport and Energy.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Particular Energy Source for Particular Transport Mechanism.- 3. Coupling between Sources of Metabolic Energy and Transport Mechanisms.- 4. Energy Requirement for Ion Transport.- 10. ATPases Associated with Membranes of Plant Cells.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Difficulties in Establishing a Role for ATPases in Ion Transport.- 3. ATPase Activity of Soluble Fractions.- 4. ATPase Activity of Membrane Fractions.- 5. Evidence for ATPase Involvement in Cation Absorption by Roots.- 6. Summary.- 11. Negative Feedback Regulation of Transport in Cells. The Maintenance of Turgor, Volume and Nutrient Supply.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Some Elementary Properties of Control Systems.- 3. Experimental Observations.- 3.1 Control of the Total Number of Osmotically Active Particles in Cells.- 3.2 Control of the Uptake and Accumulation of Specific Substances in Plant Cells.- 4. Mechanisms of Negative Feedback Regulation.- 5. Interrelations between Systems Regulating Transport.- 12. H+ Transport and Regulation of Cell pH.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Effects of Metabolism on the pH of Cells and Their Surroundings.- 3. Biophysical Implications of H+ Transport.- 4. Models for H+ Transport.- 5. H+ Fluxes and the Regulation of Solute Accumulation.- 6. H+ Transport in Morphogenesis.- 7. Conclusions: the Evolution of H+ Transport.- 13. Ion Absorption and Carbon Metabolism in Cells of Higher Plants.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Regulation of Carboxylate Metabolism during Ion Uptake.- 3. Ion Concentration and Enzyme Activity.- 4. Modification of Enzymic Activity and Properties in Relation to Ionic Environment.- 5. Regulation of Internal Ionic Environment; Osmotic and Metabolic Responses.- 6. Conclusions.- Author Index (Part A).- Symbols, Units, and Abbreviations.- Subject Index (Part A and B) (after p. 400).
Series Title: Encyclopedia of plant physiology, new ser., v. 2.; Transport in plants II, part A.
Responsibility: ed. by U. Lüttge and M.G. Pitman ; contributors, W.J. Cram ... [et al.].
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