Stomatal movement and potassium transport in epidermal strips of Zea mays: The effect of CO2

@article{Pallaghy1971StomatalMA,
  title={Stomatal movement and potassium transport in epidermal strips of Zea mays: The effect of CO2},
  author={Charles K. Pallaghy},
  journal={Planta},
  year={1971},
  volume={101},
  pages={287-295}
}
The correlation between stomatal action and potassium movement in the epidermis of Zea mays was examined in isolated epidermal strips floated on distilled water. Stomatal opening in the isolated epidermis is reversible in response to alternate periods of light or darkness, and is always correlated with a shift in the potassium content of the guard cells. K accumulates in guard cells during stomatal opening, and moves from the guard cells into the subsidiary cells during rapid stomatal closure… CONTINUE READING

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