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The newest quantity during this sequence maintains as an in depth assessment in botanical technology to a large viewers. The papers during this quantity are of basic curiosity and current attention-grabbing updates of significant elements of plant development, body structure, and copy.
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For reasons very similar to those responsible for the difference in protoplasmic pressure, gravity would cause a difference in membrane tension between the upper and lower surface of the cell. Is there a way this difference in tension could have metabolic consequences leading to cell polarization? Guharay and Sachs (1984) have discovered a tension-sensitive ion channel which would respond to the tension changes resulting from a change in volume. It represents an attractive candidate for the elusive turgor-sensing mechanism.
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