A pH signaling mechanism involved in the spatial distribution of calcium and anion fluxes in ectomycorrhizal roots
Version of Record online: 27 OCT 2008
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Volume 181, Issue 2, pages 448–462, January 2009
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Ramos, A. C., Lima, P. T., Dias, P. N., Kasuya, M. C. M. and Feijó, J. A. (2009), A pH signaling mechanism involved in the spatial distribution of calcium and anion fluxes in ectomycorrhizal roots. New Phytologist, 181: 448–462. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2008.02656.x
- Issue online: 16 DEC 2008
- Version of Record online: 27 OCT 2008
- Received: 2 September 2008; Accepted: 4 September 2008
Fig. S1 Fourier frequency spectrum analysis of H+ (a, b), Ca2+ (c, d) and anion flux oscillations in the elongation zone of nonmycorrhizal (a, c, e) and mycorrhizal roots (ECM) of Eucalyptus globulus colonized by Pisolithus microcarpus (b, d, f).
Fig. S2 H+, Ca2+ and Cl− (anion) fluxes (a, b, c) of the Clark solution without any biological material (Reference) and their respective Fourier analysis (d, e, f).
Fig. S3 (a) Interference on Cl− activity detection by the Cl− electrode (control) by further anions (, and ) present in quarter-strength Clark solution. (b) Calibration of Cl− electrodes with different anions.
Fig. S4 Effect of different concentrations of gadolinium (Gd3+) on the sensitivity of Ca2+ electrodes (n = 5).
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