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Plant aquaporins: their molecular biology, biophysics and significance for plant water relations

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Over the last decade, considerable advances have occurred in understanding the molecular biology and biophysics of water permeation across plant membranes and tissues. Spurred on by the rapid advances in cloning and functional characterization of a superfamily of major intrinsic proteins, some of which function as aquaporins, the biophysics of transport of water and small non-electrolytes across plant membranes is being re-examined based on the proposed function of these membrane-integral pro...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Plant Sciences
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Volume:
50
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SPEC. ISS.
Pages:
1055-1071
Publication date:
1999-06-05
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ISSN:
0022-0957
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uuid:2d649bbf-5706-49d0-a6c9-aabdaea951a6
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50248
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pubs:50248

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