Solute balance of a maize (Zea mays L.) source leaf as affected by salt treatment with special emphasis on phloem retranslocation and ion leaching.

@article{Lohaus2000SoluteBO,
  title={Solute balance of a maize (Zea mays L.) source leaf as affected by salt treatment with special emphasis on phloem retranslocation and ion leaching.},
  author={Gertrud Lohaus and Melanie Hussmann and Kerstin Pennewiss and Hildegard M. Schneider and Junwei J Zhu and Burkhard Sattelmacher},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2000},
  volume={51 351},
  pages={1721-32}
}
Strategies for avoiding ion accumulation in leaves of plants grown at high concentration of NaCl (100 mol m(-3)) in the rooting media, i.e. retranslocation via the phloem and leaching from the leaf surface, were quantified for fully developed leaves of maize plants cultivated hydroponically with or without salt, and with or without sprinkling (to induce leaching). Phloem sap, apoplastic fluid, xylem sap, solutes from leaf and root tissues, and the leachate were analysed for carbohydrates, amino… CONTINUE READING

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