Water channels in Chara corallina

@inproceedings{Schtz1997WaterCI,
  title={Water channels in Chara corallina},
  author={Kerstin Sch{\"u}tz and Stephen D Tyerman},
  year={1997}
}
Water relations parameters of Chara corallina internodes were measured using the single cell pressure probe. The effect of mercurials, which are recognized as non-specific water channel inhibitors, was examined. HgCI2 concentrations greater than 5 mmol m 3 were found to inhibit hydraulic conductivity (Lp) close to 90%, whereas pCMPS was found to have no effect on Lp. The activation energy of water flow was increased significantly from 21.0 kJ mol~1 to 45.6 kJ mol" 1, following the application… CONTINUE READING

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