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Leaf of amphibious plant developed under terrestrial or submerged condition

ABSTRACT: Proteomics analysis of amphibious plant leaves. Leaves developed under terrestrial or submerged condition were used.

ORGANISM(S): cellular organisms  

SUBMITTER: Genki Horiguchi 

PROVIDER: PXD024779 | JPOST Repository | Tue Jun 15 00:00:00 BST 2021


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Transition From Proto-Kranz-Type Photosynthesis to HCO<sub>3</sub> <sup>-</sup> Use Photosynthesis in the Amphibious Plant <i>Hygrophila polysperma</i>.

Horiguchi Genki G   Matsumoto Kaori K   Nemoto Kyosuke K   Inokuchi Mayu M   Hirotsu Naoki N  

Frontiers in plant science 20210616

<i>Hygrophila polysperma</i> is a heterophyllous amphibious plant. The growth of <i>H. polysperma</i> in submerged conditions is challenging due to the low CO<sub>2</sub> environment, increased resistance to gas diffusion, and bicarbonate ion (HCO<sub>3</sub> <sup>-</sup>) being the dominant dissolved inorganic carbon source. The submerged leaves of <i>H. polysperma</i> have significantly higher rates of underwater photosynthesis compared with the terrestrial leaves. 4,4'-Diisothiocyanatostilben  ...[more]

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