Functional aquaporin diversity in plants.

@article{Kaldenhoff2006FunctionalAD,
  title={Functional aquaporin diversity in plants.},
  author={Ralf Kaldenhoff and Matthias G Fischer},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={2006},
  volume={1758 8},
  pages={1134-41}
}
Due to the fact that most plants are immobile, a rapid response of physiological processes to changing environmental conditions is essential for their survival. Thus, in comparison to many other organisms, plants might need a more sophisticated tuning of water balance. Among others, this is reflected by the comparable large amount of aquaporin genes in plant genomes. So far, aquaporins were shown to be involved in many physiological processes like root water uptake, reproduction or… CONTINUE READING
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