Rapid Uptake of Aluminum into Cells of Intact Soybean Root Tips (A Microanalytical Study Using Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry).

@article{Lazof1994RapidUO,
  title={Rapid Uptake of Aluminum into Cells of Intact Soybean Root Tips (A Microanalytical Study Using Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry).},
  author={Dennis B. Lazof and Jack G Goldsmith and Thomas W. Rufty and Richard W. Linton},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={106 3},
  pages={1107-1114}
}
A wide range of physiological disorders has been reported within the first few hours of exposing intact plant roots to moderate levels of Al3+. Past microanalytic studies, largely limited to electron probe x-ray microanalysis, have been unable to detect intracellular Al in this time frame. This has led to the suggestion that Al exerts its effect solely from extracellular or remote tissue sites. Here, freeze-dried cryosections (10 [mu]m thick) collected from the soybean (Glycine max) primary… CONTINUE READING

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