Differential regulation of sorbitol and sucrose loading into the phloem of Plantago major in response to salt stress.

@article{Pommerrenig2007DifferentialRO,
  title={Differential regulation of sorbitol and sucrose loading into the phloem of Plantago major in response to salt stress.},
  author={Benjamin Pommerrenig and Fl{\'a}via Stal Papini-Terzi and Norbert Sauer},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={144 2},
  pages={1029-38}
}
Several plant families generate polyols, the reduced form of monosaccharides, as one of their primary photosynthetic products. Together with sucrose (Suc) or raffinose, these polyols are used for long-distance allocation of photosynthetically fixed carbon in the phloem. Many species from these families accumulate these polyols under salt or drought stress, and the underlying regulation of polyol biosynthetic or oxidizing enzymes has been studied in detail. Here, we present results on the… CONTINUE READING
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