Plasma membrane thickness and flowering induction in Chenopodium rubrum and in Spinacia oleracea
|Published in||Archives des Sciences. 1993, vol. 46, no. 2, p. 233-248|
|Abstract||The leaves plasma membranes could be implicated in flowering induction process. Comparative studies have been carried out with a short day plant, Chenopodium rubrum, and a long day plant, Spinacia oleracea. Electron microscopic observations have shown modifications of membrane thickness and structure. A modification of plasmalemma sterols content also appeared during floral transition. Implications of these phenomena on plant physiology were discussed.|
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|MARTINEC, J. et al. Plasma membrane thickness and flowering induction in Chenopodium rubrum and in Spinacia oleracea. In: Archives des Sciences, 1993, vol. 46, n° 2, p. 233-248. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:9730|