Aluminum and Temperature Alteration of Cell Membrane Permeability of Quercus rubra.

  title={Aluminum and Temperature Alteration of Cell Membrane Permeability of Quercus rubra.},
  author={Jiyue Chen and E I Sucoff and E. J. Stadelmann},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  volume={96 2},
This report extends research on Al-induced changes in membrane behavior of intact root cortex cells of Northern red oak (Quercus rubra). Membrane permeability was determined by the plasmometric method for individual intact cells at temperatures from 2 or 4 to 35 degrees C. Al (0.37 millimolar) significantly increased membrane permeability to urea and monoethyl urea and decreased permeability to water. Al significantly altered the activation energy required to transport water (+32%), urea (+9… CONTINUE READING
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