Physiologia Plantarum

Cover image for Physiologia Plantarum

March 1988

Volume 72, Issue 3

Pages 441–698

  1. Ecophysiology and Stress

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
    1. Genotypic variation in coleus in the ability to accumulate abscisic acid in response to water deficit (pages 441–449)

      Paul H. Terry, Donald T. Krizek and Roman M. Mirecki

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09149.x

  2. Uptake and Transport

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
    1. Nutrient uptake and allocation at steady-state nutrition (pages 450–459)

      Torsten Ingestad and Göran I. Ågren

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09150.x

  3. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
    1. Relationship between iron chlorosis and alkalinity in Zea mays (pages 460–465)

      Konrad Mengel and Gabriele Geurtzen

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09151.x

  4. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
    1. The influence of calcium and pH on growth in primary roots of Zea mays (pages 466–470)

      Karl Heinz Hasenstein and Michael L. Evans

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09152.x

    2. Inhibition of polyamine biosynthesis by dicyclohexylamine in cultured cotyledons of Pinus radiata (pages 471–476)

      Stefania Biondi, Patrizia Torrigiani, Alba Sansovini and Nello Bagni

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09153.x

    3. The physiological basis of seed dormancy in Avena fatua. VIII. Action of malonic acid (pages 477–482)

      S. W. Adkins, S. J. Symons and G. M. Simpson

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09154.x

  5. Ecophysiology and Stress

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
    1. Respiratory energy costs for the maintenance of biomass, for growth and for ion uptake in roots of Carex diandra and Carex acutiformis (pages 483–491)

      Adrie van der Werf, Annemieke Kooijman, Rob Welschen and Hans Lambers

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09155.x

  6. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
    1. Inhibiton of fatty acid biosynthesis in isolated chloroplasts by cycloxydim and other cyclohexane-1,3-diones (pages 492–498)

      Klaus Kobek, Manfred Focke, Hartmut K. Lichtenthaler, Günther Retzlaff and Bruno Würzer

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09156.x

  7. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
    1. Competitive inhibition of the auxin-induced elongation by α-D-oligogalacturonides in pea stem segments (pages 499–504)

      C. Branca, G. De Lorenzo and F. Cervone

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09157.x

  8. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
  9. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
  10. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
    1. The effect of some growth regulators on light-induced germination of Paulownia tomentosa seeds (pages 525–528)

      D. Grubiš;ié, R. Konjevié and M. Neškovié

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09160.x

    2. The transport and metabolism of gibberellins A1 and A5 in excised segments from internodes of Phaseolus coccineus (pages 529–534)

      William P. Jacobs, Frederick D. Beall and Richard P. Pharis

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09161.x

    3. Regulation by CO2 of 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid conversion to ethylene in climacteric fruits (pages 535–540)

      J. L. Cheverry, M. O. Sy, J. Pouliqueen and P. Marcellin

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09162.x

    4. Internode length in Pisum. Further studies on the ‘micro’ gene, lm (pages 547–554)

      James B. Reid and John J. Ross

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09164.x

    5. Early wrong-way response occurs in orthogravitropism of maize roots treated with lithium (pages 555–559)

      Bernard Millet and Barbara G. Pickard

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09165.x

  11. Ecophysiology and Stress

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
    1. Effects of drought on host and endophyte development in mycorrhizal soybeans in relation to water use and phosphate uptake (pages 565–571)

      Gabor J. Bethlenfalvay, Milford S. Brown, Robert N. Ames and Richard S. Thomas

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09166.x

  12. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
    1. Biochemical basis of high-temperature inhibition of ethylene biosynthesis in ripening tomato fruits (pages 572–578)

      M. Scott Biggs, William R. Woodson and Avtar K. Handa

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09167.x

  13. Uptake and Transport

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
    1. Short-term responses of phloem transport to mechanical perturbation (pages 588–594)

      C. H. Jaeger, J. D. Goeschl, C. E. Magnuson, Y. Fares and B. R. Strain

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09169.x

  14. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
    1. Ethylene as a possible mediator of light-induced inhibition of root growth (pages 605–609)

      Lennart Eliasson and Marie Bollmark

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09170.x

  15. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
  16. Ecophysiology and Stress

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
    1. The influence of salinity on phosphate uptake and distribution in lupin roots (pages 617–622)

      Michael T. Treeby and Reinhard F. M. van Steveninck

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09172.x

  17. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
    1. Measurement of light within thin plant tissues with fiber optic microprobes (pages 623–630)

      Thomas C. Vogelmann, Alan K. Knapp, Therese M. McClean and William K. Smith

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09173.x

  18. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
    1. Metabolism and translocation of nitrogen in two Lolium perenne populations with contrasting rates of mature leaf respiration and yield (pages 631–636)

      Atilio J. Barneix, H. David Cooper, Ineke Stulen and Hans Lambers

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09174.x

  19. Minireview

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
    1. Role of abscisic acid in a Ca2+ second messenger system (pages 637–641)

      John H. Owen

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09175.x

    2. Measurement of the activity and capacity of the alternative pathway in intact plant tissues: Identification of problems and possible solutions (pages 642–649)

      Ian M. Møller, Alajos Bérczi, Linus H. W. van der Plas and Hans Lambers

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09176.x

  20. What's New in Plant Physiology

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
    22. Announcements
    23. Erratum
    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
    1. A reassessment of glycolysis and gluconeogenesis in higher plants (pages 650–654)

      Shi-Jean S. Sung, Dian-Peng Xu, Cynthia M. Galloway and Clanton C. Black Jr.

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09177.x

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    1. Announcements (page 655)

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      Erratum (page 656)

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  23. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists

    1. Top of page
    2. Ecophysiology and Stress
    3. Uptake and Transport
    4. Plant Biochemistry, Cell and Moleculatr Blology
    5. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    6. Ecophysiology and Stress
    7. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    8. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    9. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    10. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    11. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    12. Ecophysiology and Stress
    13. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    14. Uptake and Transport
    15. Growth and Development; Cell and Tissue Culture
    16. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    17. Ecophysiology and Stress
    18. Photobiophysics and Photosynthesis
    19. Plant Bicohemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology
    20. Minireview
    21. What's New in Plant Physiology
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    24. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of athe Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists
    1. Polyphenol oxidase: The chloroplast oxidase with no established function (pages 659–665)

      Kevin C. Vaughn, Alan R. Lax and Stephen O. Duke

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09180.x

    2. Does O2 photoreduction occur within chloroplasts in vivo? (pages 666–680)

      J. M. Robinson

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09181.x

    3. Toxic oxygen species and protective systems of the chloroplast (pages 681–689)

      Marvin L. Salin

      Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2007 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1988.tb09182.x

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