Mesembryanthemum crystallinum L.のベンケイソウ型酸代謝の誘導因子に関する研究

  title={Mesembryanthemum crystallinum L.のベンケイソウ型酸代謝の誘導因子に関する研究},
  author={齋藤 和幸 and 窪田 文武 and 縣 和一 and Kazuyuki Saitou and Fumitake Kubota and Waichi Agata},
Salt tolerance, salt accumulation, and ionic homeostasis in an epidermal bladder-cell-less mutant of the common ice plant Mesembryanthemum crystallinum.
Results clearly show that EBCs contribute to succulence by serving as a water storage reservoir and to salt tolerance by maintaining ion sequestration and homeostasis within photosynthetically active tissues of M. crystallinum.
Mesembryanthemum crystallinum, a higher plant model for the study of environmentally induced changes in gene expression
Plants have evolved several strategies to deal with water stress brought about by changes in soil water potential or solute concentration, and some facultative halophytes switch to crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM), some of which involve rapid completion of ontogeny.
Vacuolar transporters and their essential role in plant metabolism.
The tonoplast transporters are an integrated part of a complex cellular network that enables a plant to react properly to changing environmental conditions, to save nutrients and energy in times of plenty, and to maintain optimal metabolic conditions in the cytosol.