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Auxin effects on ion transport in Chara corallina.
A. H. de Boer
B. van Duijn
Journal of plant physiology
Corpus ID: 27740596
The plant hormone auxin has been widely studied with regard to synthesis, transport, signaling and functions among the land…
Enzyme-Less Growth in Chara and Terrestrial Plants
Front. Plant Sci.
Corpus ID: 8365876
Enzyme-less chemistry appears to control the growth rate of the green alga Chara corallina. The chemistry occurs in the wall…
Measuring the distribution of cellulose microfibril angles in primary cell walls by small angle X-ray scattering
Corpus ID: 15280226
BackgroundX-ray scattering is a well-established method for measuring cellulose microfibril angles in secondary cell walls…
Pectate chemistry links cell expansion to wall deposition in Chara corallina
Timothy E. Proseus
John S. Boyer
Plant signaling & behavior
Corpus ID: 207519535
Pectate (polygalacturonic acid) acts as a chelator to bind calcium and form cross-links that hold adjacent pectate polymers and…
Physiological effects of salinity on chara corallina / by John Whittington
Corpus ID: 91682304
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