Temperature Sensing by Plants: Calcium-Permeable Channels as Primary Sensors—A Model

@article{Plieth1999TemperatureSB,
  title={Temperature Sensing by Plants: Calcium-Permeable Channels as Primary Sensors—A Model},
  author={Christoph Plieth},
  journal={The Journal of Membrane Biology},
  year={1999},
  volume={172},
  pages={121-127}
}
Recently the properties of temperature sensing in plants have been demonstrated experimentally by Plieth et al. (The Plant Journal 1999. 18:491–497). The relevant biophysical parameters are established here by mathematical modeling in order to understand the experimental findings in quantitative terms. A simple one-compartment model is presented, as a preliminary approach to explain how the input signal (i.e., temperature T) is perceived and how the information is translated into an output… CONTINUE READING

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