Subceliular Localization of Inorganic Ions in Plant Cells by in vivo Precipitation.

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Uptake of iodide (as a possible tracer of chloride) by barley roots preloaded with thallium (as a tracer of potassium) resulted in in vivo precipitation of the almost insoluble yellow thallium iodide. Electron microscopic observation revealed in several cells a dense precipitate of thallium iodide within the cisternae of the endoplasmic reticulum, which… (More)

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@article{Iren1975SubceliularLO, title={Subceliular Localization of Inorganic Ions in Plant Cells by in vivo Precipitation.}, author={F Van Iren and A Van Der Spiegel}, journal={Science}, year={1975}, volume={187 4182}, pages={1210-1} }