Transport of photoassimilates in plants under unfavourable environmental conditions

@article{Sowiski1999TransportOP,
  title={Transport of photoassimilates in plants under unfavourable environmental conditions},
  author={P Sowiński},
  journal={Acta Physiologiae Plantarum},
  year={1999},
  volume={21},
  pages={75-85}
}
Transport of photoassimilates linking functionally plant, as a whole system, is discussed as a target for different environmental stresses. Anatomical, physiological and biochemical aspects of phloem transport, phloem loading and unloading are taken into consideration. In the light of modern theoríes of assimilate transport some historical hypotheses are also shown, due to their input into the progress of transport science. The role of phloem unloading in plant acclimation to environment stress… CONTINUE READING

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