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translocation of radioiron in the bean plant.

John Henry Rediske

translocation of radioiron in the bean plant.

by John Henry Rediske

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Beans.,
  • Iron.,
  • Plants.,
  • Assimilation.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 82 l.
    Number of Pages82
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16719918M

    Plant Breeding and Genetics - (FF) Plant Composition - (FF) Plant Cropping Systems - (FF) Plant Disorders and Injuries (Not caused directly by Organisms) - (FF) Plant Morphology and Structure - (FF)Cited by: RHS What Plant Where Encyclopedia price £ £ Wild About Weeds: The Times Gardening Book of the Year price £ £ 4/5.

    As a consequence of this, we suggest that the plant–fungi community inhabiting acid soil having a pH below in the organic horizon use another strategy to control pH and SOM turnover, namely translocation of Al from the mineral soil. Aluminium and iron Metal budgets. Metals leach from the organic horizon into the mineral by: Nasser Alrawiq et al/Int.J. ChemTech Res,6(4),pp Bioaccumulation factor The bioaccumulation factor (BAF), which is an indicator of the ability of a plant to accumulate a specific metal in contrast to the concentration of the metal in the soil substrate20, was calculated as follows: where the heavy metal concentration in the edible parts of the plant and the soil are.

    Plant Biotechnology book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The purpose of this book is to provide an overview of the production o /5(33).   We report our findings on the translocation and distribution of radiocesium inside fruit trees after radiocesium (Cs) was released by the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. We examined the differences in the rooting depth of grapes and figs and the translocation of radiocesium from the soil to the by: 2.


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Translocation of radioiron in the bean plant by John Henry Rediske Download PDF EPUB FB2

Grafting and radiotracer techniques were combined to study the translocation of iron in the potato plant. Shoots from plants grown on nutrient solutions containing iron were grafted onto non-radioactive rootstocks. The results of the experiments with radioiron can be summarized as follows: 1.

Autoradiographs of leaf samples which were removed from the plants seven days after grafting Cited by: 1. Translocation in plants 1. Translocation 2. What is it. Translocation is the movement of organic substances made by the plant which are called assimilates.

These are things such as sugars and other chemicals made by plant cells and are transported in the phloem tissue. Translocation. Translocation is the movement of materials from leaves to other tissues throughout the plant.

Plants produce carbohydrates (sugars) in their leaves by photosynthesis, but nonphotosynthetic parts of the plant also require carbohydrates and other organic and nonorganic materials.

For this reason, nutrients are translocated from sources (regions of excess carbohydrates, primarily. Oestling et al. (), in an experiment with six vases and a bean plant per vase, observed translocation factors for Cs between andbefore formation of the edible parts.

In the present experiment, values between and were obtained for the same developmental by: 8. Translocation The solutes not only need to get into or out of cells, but they need to be moved from one area of a plant to another.

We have already seen how water moves through the plant in the xylem: by transpiration. For soil mineral solutes, this is the pathway to get into the plant and up the xylem too.

Translocation may refer to. Chromosomal translocation, a chromosome abnormality caused by rearrangement of parts. Robertsonian translocation, a chromosomal rearrangement in pa 14, 15, 21, and 22; Nonreciprocal translocation, transfer of genes from one chromosome to another; PEP group translocation, a method used by bacteria for sugar uptake; Twin-arginine translocation pathway, a.

Plant growth, bioaccumulation and translocation factors of Cd and Pb in A. littoralis were investigated. Cd and Pb reduced the A. littoralis dry matter production significantly. Bioaccumulation factor of Pb was an excluder of Pb.

Also, the root uptake and subsequent translocation of the heavy metal to the shoot is important, in that it eases harvesting and export of the aboveground plant material from the site. Moreover, the success of phytoremediation of metals depends upon a plant’s ability to tolerate and accumulate high concentrations of the metals at stake Cited by: 8.

Plant Physiol. Oct; 4 (4)– [PMC free article] Crafts AS. MOVEMENT OF ORGANIC MATERIALS IN PLANTS. Plant Physiol. Jan; 6 (1):1– [PMC free article] Leonard OA. SEASONAL STUDY OF TISSUE FUNCTION AND ORGANIC SOLUTE MOVEMENT IN THE SUNFLOWER. Plant Physiol. Jan; 11 (1)– [PMC free article]Cited by: Translocation is the movement of materials from leaves to other tissues throughout the plant.

Plants produce carbohydrates (sugars) in their leaves by photosynthesis, but nonphotosynthetic parts of the plant also require carbohydrates and other organic and nonorganic materials.

For this reason, nutrients are translocated from sources (regions of excess carbohydrates, primarily mature leaves. Water Translocation: Theory # 2. Root Pressure: Such pressures from below, produced by the roots have been observed in several species.

Grapevines, for example, are capable of showing fairly high root pressure (about 5 or 6 bars), yet no one considers root pressure as a mechanism for the translocation of water in tall trees.

Translocation of Mineral Ions in the Plant: Though it is generally considered that xylem transports inorganic nutrients while phloem transports organic nutrients, the same is not exactly true.

In xylem sap, nitrogen travels as inorganic ions, as well as organic form of amino acids and related compounds. Mechanisms of Translocation of Plant Metabolites. INTRODUCTION.

ORLIN BIDDULPH. Washington State. University. Pullman, Washington. The mechanism of translocation has been discussed since the lat­ ter part of the 19th Century, when DeVries, inproposed proto­ plasmic streaming as the mechanism. Since that time O. Curtis. Children's Flower & Plant Books of over 4, results for Books: Children's Books: Science, Nature & How It Works: Nature: Flowers & Plants Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt: (Nature Book for Kids, Gardening and Vegetable Planting, Outdoor Nature Book).

Topics in Plant Population Biology 1st Edition. by Otto T. Solbrig (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

The digit and digit formats both work. Cited by: Translocation is the movement of sucrose and other organic materials from one place to another within the plant body, primarily through the phloem. Concentration (pressure) gradients drive this process. Translocation typically begins in any plant location where sucrose (or.

Plant culture, exudate sampling, and analytical methods designed to ascertain the form of iron translocated are presented.

Restoration of iron to sunflower plants precultured at different Fe levels resulted in exudate iron concentrations ranging from to 31 × 10−5 m. Citrate was from 3 to 89 × 10−5 m.

Iron and citrate were highest in exudates from iron-deficient by: Absorption and Translocation of Plant Regulators. The results of the experiments with radioiron can be summarized as follows An Analysis of Translocation in the Phloem of the Bean Plant.

Plant Nutrition Laboratory, The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Thor valdsens DK Frederiksberg C, Denmark Received 2 November ; Accepted 13 December The absorption and translocation of boron by sunflower plants (Helianthus annuus L.) grown under controlled-environment conditions were investigated.

Exudates in a hr period from the cut stem ends of the root systems of detopped plants contained the same amount of boron whether the roots were immersed in nutrient solutions containing μg or 1, μg of boron per by:. A field trial conducted in El Salvador showed that the amount of the fungicide Bayleton (triadimefon) found in coffee plants was proportional to the quantity absorbed.

During dry season periods and in adult plantings neither absorption nor translocation was prevalent. For nursery plants application of Bayleton to the upper 3rd part of the plant was most effective followed by soil : Bonilla G.-If the plant loses water faster than can be absorbed the cells (lose turgor pressure) and become flaccid, causing plant to wilt Transpiration stream process (2 steps) -Water constantly being taken from the top of xylem vessels to supply cells in leaves.

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