Plasma membrane anion channels in higher plants and their putative functions in roots.

@article{Roberts2006PlasmaMA,
  title={Plasma membrane anion channels in higher plants and their putative functions in roots.},
  author={Stephen K Roberts},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  year={2006},
  volume={169 4},
  pages={
          647-66
        }
}
Recent years have seen considerable progress in identifying anion channel activities in higher plant cells. This review outlines the functional properties of plasma membrane anion channels in plant cells and discusses their likely roles in root function. Plant anion channels can be grouped according to their voltage dependence and kinetics: (1) depolarization-activated anion channels which mediate either anion efflux (R and S types) or anion influx (outwardly rectifying type); (2… CONTINUE READING
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