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Pinitol AND Arx

Anna Lintunen, Teemu Paljakka, Tuula Jyske, Mikko Peltoniemi, Frank Sterck, Georg von Arx, Hervé Cochard, Paul Copini, Maria C Caldeira, Sylvain Delzon, Roman Gebauer, Leila Grönlund, Natasa Kiorapostolou, Silvia Lechthaler, Raquel Lobo-do-Vale, Richard L Peters, Giai Petit, Angela L Prendin, Yann Salmon, Kathy Steppe, Josef Urban, Sílvia Roig Juan, Elisabeth M R Robert, Teemu Hölttä
Phloem osmolality and its components are involved in basic cell metabolism, cell growth, and in various physiological processes including the ability of living cells to withstand drought and frost. Osmolality and sugar composition responses to environmental stresses have been extensively studied for leaves, but less for the secondary phloem of plant stems and branches. Leaf osmotic concentration and the share of pinitol and raffinose among soluble sugars increase with increasing drought or cold stress, and osmotic concentration is adjusted with osmoregulation...
2016: Frontiers in Plant Science
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