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Plant Pathology Glossary
... outer wall of epidermal cells, which connect to valleys in the cuticle surface, exposing the plasma membrane. Plant metabolites leak from the ectodesmata and accumulate in the valleys on the leaf surface ... refers to the accumulation of material between the host plant's cell wall and cell membrane at the point of fungal penetration. A papilla is usually composed of silicon, lignin and ...
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Plant Pathology: Infection Process: Plant Defenses: Genetics of Resistance
... . The recognition of the elicitor by its receptor is proposed to occur at the plant plasma membrane for most fungal pathogens, and within the plant cell for bacterial and viral pathogens. In ... , produced by C. heterostrophus, serves to activate a cultivar-specific protein capable of forming destructive membrane pores, whereas HC-toxin from C. carbonum inhibits a cultivar-specific version of an enzyme ...
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Department of Plant Biology - Facilities
... protein appears uniformly distributed in the plasma membrane. A notable feature of the PEN3 protein is that it accumulates in a ring-like halo in the plasma membrane and in collar-like structures surrounding ... stained blue (From Stein et al. 2006). Middle Panel: Localization of PEN3-GFP to the plasma membrane (pm) and to a halo surrounding the fungal penetration peg (p). The powdery mildew fungal ...
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Department of Plant Biology - Facilities
... J.P., and Somerville, C.R. (2004) Regulation of membrane fatty acid composition by temperature in mutants of Arabidopsis with alterations in membrane lipid composition. BMC Plant Biology, 4:17 Somerville, ... Shozo Fujioka, Shigeo Yoshida, and Joanne Chory. (2001). BRI1 is a critical component of a plasma membrane receptor for plant steroids. Nature, 410, 380-382. Zuhua He, Zhi-Yong Wang, Jianming ...
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Tree Physiology, Volume 22, 2002: Contents
... Physiology 22:110 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Seasonal variation in nitrogen net uptake and root plasma membrane H+-ATPase activity of Scots pine seedlings as affected by nutrient availability Sari Iivonen and ...
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Tree Physiology, Volume 24, 2004: Contents
... 105 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Winter variation in xylem sap pH of walnut trees: involvement of plasma membrane H+-ATPase of vessel-associated cells Georges Alves, Thierry Ameglio, Agnes Guilliot, Pierrette Fleurat-Lessard ...
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Plant Physiology
... plasma membrane, long-distance transport, and deposition into sink tissues offers several distinct sites to address carbon flux management. Work focuses on the integral, sucrose/H+ symporters (SUTs) at the plasma membrane ... interaction leads to the formation of sucrose "metabolons" that involve both plasma membrane transporters and cytoskeleton-linked sucrose metabolizing enzymes. The reallocation of ...
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On-Line Glossary: E
... virus particles can be introduced into protoplasts or cells by creating transient pores in the plasma membrane using an electric pulse. (10) elicitor. A molecule produced by the host (or pathogen) that ...
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Membrane Transport Mechanisms
... . In practice, given the structure of known membrane proteins , these holes are only large enough to allow the passage of small molecules through the plasma membrane, almost always simple ions like hydrogen, potassium ... force ions from one side of the plasma membrane to the other, in which case it will be an ion pump. Given the importance of membrane transport, cells utilize a wide range of ...
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Membrane Proteins
... that protrude into the extracellular membrane. A typical mammalian cell may have several hundred distinct types of glycoprotein studding its plasma membrane. Each of these glycoproteins will ... the plasma membrane actually weaves back and forth between opposite sides of the plasma membrane. Some think such proteins have the configuration of snakes and hence term them serpentine membrane proteins ...
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