Fromm and Spanswick — Characteristics of Action Potentials in Willow fSalix viminalis L

@inproceedings{Fromm2005FrommAS,
  title={Fromm and Spanswick — Characteristics of Action Potentials in Willow fSalix viminalis L},
  author={Jorg Fromm and Roger M. Spanswick},
  year={2005}
}
After application of electric stimuli (square DC pulses) extraand intracellular potentials were recorded on willow shoots. The all-or-nothing law, strength-duration relation, and general characteristics of the action potential were investigated. By using inhibitors of ionic channels (tetraethylammonium, MnCl2, LaCl3), the excitability of willow could be completely blocked. Treatment with the phosphorylation uncoupler dinitrophenol induced a depolarization and disappearance of excitability… CONTINUE READING

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