2 edition of Hydrogen-ion concentration in plant cells and tissues. found in the catalog.
Hydrogen-ion concentration in plant cells and tissues.
|Series||Protoplasma-Monographien -- v. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 421 p. illus., table, chart.|
|Number of Pages||421|
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They transport sugars throughout the plant and supply it to tissues like roots, flowers and fruits that depend on this sugar to grow. Think of them like the veins in our body that move blood. Moving sugars from cells in the leaves to cells in the phloem is difficult for plants. The concentration of sugar molecules can affect how the sugar acts. If plants did not do this, there would eventually be no more concentration gradient to release energy, and the plant would die. Plants can also strap a sugar molecule to a hydrogen ion to be carried across a membrane. So, when concentrations of hydrogen ions are high, the plant can move more sugar into plant tissues.
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THE difficulties in the way of determining the hydrogen ion concentration of the interior of plant cells are great and they have retarded any real advance in our knowledge of the operation of Author: W. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Small, James, Hydrogen-ion concentration in plant cells and tissues.
Berlin, Gebrüder Borntraeger, Yet, the composition of the cell interior is markedly different from the milieu outside the cell.
For example, the dominant positive ion within the cell is potassium with a concentration that is more than fold higher than that of sodium. Outside the cell the situation.
1. Higher fatty acids belonging to both the acetic or saturated series and the oleic or unsaturated series together with certain derivatives of oleic acid, notably ricinoleic or suberinic acid, are tested with a series of nine indicators recently used in an investigation of the hydrion concentration of plant cells and tissues.
The virage obtained from any given acid with any given indicator Cited by: 2. A plant breeder may use tissue culture to screen cells rather than plants for advantageous characters, e.g. herbicide resistance/tolerance. Large-scale growth of plant cells in liquid culture. Journals & Books; Help Download full The same maximal rate of elongation is obtained by an optimal hydrogen ion concentration (pH 3), but the lag is only about 1 minute (Fig.
but should further serve t o emphasize the possibility that not all the cells in a given plant tissue are exposed t o the same external environment provided by. The literature on the value and variability of the pH of the cytoplasm and vacuole of plant cells, and of the bathing medium, is reviewed.
It is concluded that the pH of the cytoplasm and the vacuole changes much less than that of the medium during plant growth, despite a number of essential processes which produce or consume large quantities of protons in the cell during growth.
Extracellular pH is higher by to pH units and this represents about a fourfold gradient favouring the exit of hydrogen ion from the cell. Measurements of intracellular pH in a variety of mammalian skeletal muscle preparations have found pH values mostly in the to range. Such hydrogen‐ion concentrations are seldom met with in plant tissues except in the case of acid fruits.
The acidity of the cell sap has been determined by several investigators by the hydrogen electrode method; Clevenger(8) found that it varied from p H for Buckwheat seedlings to. Book: Introductory Biology (CK) If a cell is in a hypertonic solution, the solution has a lower water concentration than the cell cytosol, and water moves out of the cell until both solutions are isotonic.
Animal cells tend to do best in an isotonic environment, plant cells tend to do best in a hypotonic environment. — Hydrogen-ion Concentration in Plant Cells and Tissues.
Protoplasma-Monographien, Bd. II, Borntraeger, Berlin. Google Scholar. The plant cell is surrounded by a cell wall which is involved in providing shape to the plant cell. Apart from the cell wall, there are other organelles that are associated with different cellular activities.
Let us have a detailed look at the plant cell, its structure and functions of different plant cell organelles. Plant Cell. Author(s): Small,James, Title(s): Hydrogen-ion concentration in plant cells and tissues,by James Small with 28 illustrations.
Country of Publication: Germany Publisher: Berlin, Gebrüder Borntraeger, hydrogen ion concentration (h +) and ph pH is a measure of the hydrogen ion activity in a liquid. Hydrogen ion activity is not exactly the same as hydrogen ion concentration (H +) but, for practical purposes in the clinical situation, these may be regarded as equivalent.
pH is defined as the negative logarithm to the base 10 of (H +). Water potential is a measure of the potential energy in water, specifically, water movement between two systems. Water potential can be defined as the difference in potential energy between any given water sample and pure water (at atmospheric pressure and ambient temperature).
Water potential is denoted by the Greek letter Ψ (psi) and is expressed in units of pressure (pressure is a form of. influence of hydrogen ion concentration on the growth of higher plants under controlled conditions D. Arnon, C.
Johnson Plant Physiology Oct17 (4) ; DOI: /pp The Cytoplasm. The cytoplasm is the cell's entire region between the plasma membrane and the nuclear envelope (a structure we will discuss shortly). It is comprised of organelles suspended in the gel-like cytosol, the cytoskeleton, and various chemicals ().Even though the cytoplasm consists of 70 to 80 percent water, it has a semi-solid consistency, which comes from the proteins within it.
MAINTAINING CELLULAR CONDITIONS: pH AND BUFFERS. Introduction: Water is the universal solvent inside all cells and extracellular fluids. Water molecules (H 2 O) can dissociate into hydroxide ions (OH-) and hydrogen ions (H +).Other molecules or parts of molecules have the ability to either give up hydrogen ions, acids, or accept hydrogen ions, bases.
The essential elements in plant cell or tissue culture media include, besides C, H and O, macroelements: nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), potassium (K), calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg) and sulphur (S) for satisfactory growth and morphogenesis.
Culture media should contain at least mM of inorganic nitrogen for satisfactory plant cell growth. This active transport of sugar into the companion cells occurs via a proton-sucrose symporter; the companion cells use an ATP-powered proton pump to create an electrochemical gradient outside of the cell.
The cotransport of a proton with sucrose allows movement of sucrose against its concentration gradient into the companion cells. Phytohormonal profiling of root and leaf tissues revealed a solitary treatment difference in lettuce plants, an increased shoot jasmonic acid (JA) concentration under elevated RZ CO2.c.
tissues-cells-organs-organ system-organism a. refers to the hydrogen ion concentration of a substance in solution. b. is low for bases. c. is neutral at 6. Organelles in plant cells that function in photosynthesis or storage are called a.
stroma. b. grana. c. plastids.Arnon DI, Fratzke WE, Johnson CM. HYDROGEN ION CONCENTRATION IN RELATION TO ABSORPTION OF INORGANIC NUTRIENTS BY HIGHER PLANTS.
Plant Physiol. Oct; 17 (4)– [PMC free article] Horner CK, Burk D, Hoover SR.