+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Effect of pH on root membrane potentials

, : Effect of pH on root membrane potentials. Plant and Soil 40(2): 253-259

The effect was studied using excised roots of Hordeum vulgare, Triticum durum and Agropyron elongatum. The lower the pH of the KCl in the electromotive cell used for the measurements, the lower the measured potentials, indicating the presence in the root of pH-sensitive electric fields capable of affecting the mobilities of K and Cl ions and hence the measured potentials.


DOI: 10.1007/bf00011508

Other references

Rieiro, C.Rodríguez.; Lucerón, M.C.Olmedo.; Gijón, L.Flavia.Rodríguez.; Mestre, R.Plá.; Membrilla, I.Izquierdo.; Ramirez, C.Seriña.; Pérez, P.Rodríguez., 2010: UNE-EN-ISO-9001 internal audit program performed by our own personnel: a knowledge management tool. The need to maintain a Quality Management System based on the UNE-EN-ISO 9001:2000 standards in 12 Departments of the "Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Marañón" (HGUGM), led us to make the decision to establish an internal audit...

Camino, E.M.; Butts, J.C.; Ordway, A.; Vellky, J.E.; Rebeiz, M.; Williams, T.M., 2016: The evolutionary origination and diversification of a dimorphic gene regulatory network through parallel innovations in cis and trans. The origination and diversification of morphological characteristics represents a key problem in understanding the evolution of development. Morphological traits result from gene regulatory networks (GRNs) that form a web of transcription factors,...

Tang, Y.; Wang, B., 2016: Gene- and stem cell-based therapeutics for cartilage regeneration and repair. Cell-based regeneration of damaged or diseased articular cartilage still faces significant clinical challenge due to inadequate environmental regulation of stem cell proliferation and chondrogenic differentiation. The role of insulin-like growth f...

Rabouille, A.; Bigot, Y.; Drezen, J.M.chel; Sizaret,; Hamelin, M.H.lene; Periquet, G., 1994: A member of the Reoviridae has a ploidy-specific genomic segment in the wasp Diadromus pulchellus. Wild and laboratory populations of the parasitoid wasp Diadromus pulchellus are infected with a new member of the reoviridae (DpRV) described in this paper. The particles of this virus possess two capsid shells (diameters: 35 and 70 nm) made up of...

Brazier, J., 1886: Notes on the Distribution of Ceratella fusca, Gray. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, 2(i): 575 & 576

Smith, R.J.; Arnaud, P.; Kelsey, G., 2004: Identification and properties of imprinted genes and their control elements. Imprinted genes have the unusual characteristic that the copy from one parent is destined to remain inactive. Though few in number they nonetheless constitute a functionally important part of the mammalian genome. With their memory of parental ori...

Bordone, G.; Coluccia, A.; Gavazzeni, V.; Golino, P.; Veschi, G., 1991: The pre-hospital phase of emergencies. Minerva Anestesiologica 57(12): 1533-1539

Hall, R.J., 1960: The determination of microgram amounts of fluorine by diffusion. The material is ashed and treated with HC104 in a polythene bottle in which diffusion of HF into filter paper impregnated with KOH can occur. The paper is extracted with water and F- estimated in the extract by titration with Th(NO3)4. The method...

Economou, J.Steven., 2016: Engines of Discovery and Innovation. Annals of Surgery 264(3): 405-412

Rajput, Y.S.; Gupta, M.N., 1988: Preparation of heteroenzyme conjugates: trypsin-chymotrypsin and trypsin-alkaline phosphatase. Hybrid enzymes which have two different enzyme activities linked together covalently may be useful reagents for various applications, such as the determination of complex biological structures. The present paper describes the preparation and purif...