Plant Membranes: A Biophysical Approach To Structure, Development And Senescence
The material presented is divided into three parts. Part 1 is a comprehensive description of the various plant membrane components -- lipids, proteins, sterols and water: Part 2 deals with both theoretical and applied aspects of plant membrane biophysics: Part 3, basing upon principles outlined in the previous sections describes `the membrane in action'. The processes in this part include the role of calcium in the membrane, phospholytic and lipolytic enzymes, membrane acclimation to chilling and freezing, tomoplast and plasma membranes of guard cell, and trans-membrane signal transduction in development and senescence.
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