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Calcium channels in higher plants - ScienceDirect

2000-5-1  Calcium channels are involved principally in signal transduction. Their opening results in increased cytoplasmic Ca 2+ concentration, and the spatial and temporal variations in this are thought to elicit specific physiological responses to diverse biotic and abiotic stimuli. Calcium-permeable channels have been recorded in the plasma membrane, tonoplast, endoplasmic reticulum, chloroplast and ...

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Calcium channels in higher plants - PubMed

Calcium channels are involved principally in signal transduction. Their opening results in increased cytoplasmic Ca(2+) concentration, and the spatial and temporal variations in this are thought to elicit specific physiological responses to diverse biotic and abiotic stimuli. Calcium-permeable chann

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Calcium channels in higher plants Request PDF

TRP channels are ionotropic non-specific cation channels permeable to calcium; these have been observed mammals, insects, nematodes and macroalgae, but not in plants (Nilius Flockerzi, 2014 ...

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Request PDF Calcium channels in higher plants Calcium channels are involved principally in signal transduction. Their opening results in increased cytoplasmic Ca(2+) concentration, and the ...

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Calcium channels in higher plants. - Abstract - Europe PMC

2000-5-1  Calcium channels are involved principally in signal transduction. Their opening results in increased cytoplasmic Ca (2+) concentration, and the spatial and temporal variations in this are thought to elicit specific physiological responses to diverse biotic and abiotic stimuli. Calcium-permeable channels have been recorded in the plasma membrane ...

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Calcium channels in higher plant cells: selectivity ...

1997-3-1  Abstract. Rapid influx of Ca2+ into the cytosol from extracellular pools or intracellular stores via ion channels can have wide-ranging physiological consequenc

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Review Calcium channels in higher plants - CORE

2017-1-5  Calcium channels in higher plants Philip J. White * Department of Cell Physiology, Horticulture Research International, Wellesbourne, Warwick CV35 9EF, UK Received 1 November 1999; accepted 1 December 1999 Abstract Calcium channels are involved principally in signal transduction. Their opening results in increased cytoplasmic Ca2⁄

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Signal transduction and calcium channels in higher plants ...

1993-4-1  Signal transduction and calcium channels in higher plants Raoul Ranjeva, Patrice Thuleau and Julian I. Schroeder Universit~ Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France and University of California, San Diego, USA An improved understanding of calcium signal transduction in higher plants has been reached by using various modern approaches, such as fluorescent calcium imaging techniques, patch-clamp

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Calcium channels in higher plant cells: selectivity ...

those of other plant and animal Ca2+ channels, and are shown to be consistent with its proposed physio logical role of divalent cation uptake into roots. Key words: Calcium channels, pharmacology, regulation, selectivity. Introduction Calcium in plant cells Calcium (Ca2+) has many important structural and physiological roles in plants.

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Calcium channels in higher plants - CORE

Calcium-permeable channels have been recorded in the plasma membrane, tonoplast, endoplasmic reticulum, chloroplast and nuclear membranes of plant cells. This article reviews their electrophysiological properties and discusses their physiological roles.

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Calcium channels in higher plant cells: selectivity ...

1997-3-1  Abstract. Rapid influx of Ca2+ into the cytosol from extracellular pools or intracellular stores via ion channels can have wide-ranging physiological consequenc

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Calcium channels in higher plant cells: selectivity ...

those of other plant and animal Ca2+ channels, and are shown to be consistent with its proposed physio logical role of divalent cation uptake into roots. Key words: Calcium channels, pharmacology, regulation, selectivity. Introduction Calcium in plant cells Calcium (Ca2+) has many important structural and physiological roles in plants.

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Calcium channels in higher plants - CORE

Calcium-permeable channels have been recorded in the plasma membrane, tonoplast, endoplasmic reticulum, chloroplast and nuclear membranes of plant cells. This article reviews their electrophysiological properties and discusses their physiological roles.

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Plant Sense: The Rise of Calcium Channels: Trends in Plant ...

2020-6-21  Although calcium (Ca2+) elevation triggered by abiotic and biotic stimuli has long been a documented phenomenon in plants, the mechanism underlying the control of Ca2+ spikes remains elusive. Recent progress, reported by Tian et al., Wang et al., Yu et al., Jiang et al., and Wu et al., has been made in elucidating how Ca2+ channels are controlled during pathogen attack, cell death, and

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BG - Calcium content and high calcium adaptation of

Abstract. Rocky desertification is a major ecological problem of land degradation in karst areas. In these areas, the high soil calcium (Ca) content has become an important environmental factor that can affect the restoration of vegetation. Consequently, the screening of plant

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Calcium oscillations in higher plants Nicola H Evans ...

2003-7-1  plasma membrane calcium-permeable channels, second-messenger-mediated calcium release from internal stores, the plasma membrane H+/Ca2+antiporter, endomembrane Ca2+-ATPases and H+-ATPases. The stomatal guard cell is the most extensively studied ... Calcium oscillations in higher plants

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Calcium signaling system in plants SpringerLink

Calcium ions have unique properties and universal ability to transmit diverse signals that exert primary action on cells, such as hormones, pathogens, light, gravity, and stress factors. The principal elements in the system of calcium signaling of plant cells are different Ca2+ channels, Ca2+-ATPases, Ca2+/H+ antiporters, Ca2+-binding and Ca2+-dependent proteins. The system of calcium ...

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Calcium Signaling Network in Plants

2020-3-17  ©2007 Landes Bioscience. Do not distribute. Calcium Signaling in Plants from complex soil environments. In particular, monocots require less Ca 2+ for optimal growth than do the dicots.12 Ca enters plant cells through Ca2+-permeable ion channels in their plasma membranes. Ca2+ competes with other cations both for these sites and for the uptake from the soil.

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Frontiers Calcium—Nutrient and Messenger Plant Science

Calcium is an essential element needed for growth and development of plants under both non-stressed and stress conditions. It thereby fulfills a dual function, being not only an important factor for cell wall and membrane stability, but also serving as a second messenger in many developmental and physiological processes, including the response of plants

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Calcium spikes, waves and oscillations in plant ...

2020-6-29  The calcium ion (Ca2+) is a universal signal in all eukaryotic cells. A fundamental question is how Ca2+, a simple cation, encodes complex information with high specificity. Extensive research has ...

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Calcium oscillations in higher plants Nicola H Evans ...

2003-7-1  plasma membrane calcium-permeable channels, second-messenger-mediated calcium release from internal stores, the plasma membrane H+/Ca2+antiporter, endomembrane Ca2+-ATPases and H+-ATPases. The stomatal guard cell is the most extensively studied ... Calcium oscillations in higher plants

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BG - Calcium content and high calcium adaptation of

Abstract. Rocky desertification is a major ecological problem of land degradation in karst areas. In these areas, the high soil calcium (Ca) content has become an important environmental factor that can affect the restoration of vegetation. Consequently, the screening of plant

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The biochemistry and pharmacology of plasma-membrane ...

1992-10-29  A review of plasma-membrane calcium channels in higher plants is presented. Data from pharmacological and biochemical studies are used to assess the current state of our knowledge concerning the occurrence of these structures in higher plants. Recent results demonstrate that after purification and reconstitution a phenylalkylamine binding ...

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Calcium transport across plant membranes: mechanisms

2018-9-14  The evolutionary analysis of plant Ca2+-permeable channel families reveals a dramatic divergence between higher plants and animals (Edel etal., 2017). Compared with animals and algae, higher plants have lost the four-domain voltage-dependent cation channels, inositol trisphosphate receptors, P2X purinoceptors,

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Calcium Homeostasis in Plants: Role of Calcium Binding ...

2013-7-18  Calcium Homeostasis in Plants: Role of Calcium Binding Proteins in Abiotic Stress Tolerance ... [Ca2+]Cyt ) in higher plants has been reported, there has been a massive increase in the number of signalling systems known to use ... ion-channels, an exciting possibility is that LCn ...

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Calcium Signaling Network in Plants

2020-3-17  ©2007 Landes Bioscience. Do not distribute. Calcium Signaling in Plants from complex soil environments. In particular, monocots require less Ca 2+ for optimal growth than do the dicots.12 Ca enters plant cells through Ca2+-permeable ion channels in their plasma membranes. Ca2+ competes with other cations both for these sites and for the uptake from the soil.

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Calcium channels and signal transduction in plant cells ...

An increasing number of studies indicate that changes in cytosolic free Ca2+ ([Ca2+]c) mediate specific types of signal transduction in plant cells. Modulation of [Ca2+]c is likely to be achieved thr...

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Vacuolar calcium channels Journal of Experimental

Abstract. The central vacuole is the largest Ca 2+ store in a mature plant cell. Ca 2+ release from this store contributes to Ca 2+-mediated intracellular signalling in a variety of physiological responses.However, the routes for vacuolar Ca 2+ release are not well characterized. To date, at least two voltage-dependent and two ligand-gated Ca 2+-permeable channels have been reported in plant ...

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Calcium spikes, waves and oscillations in plant ...

2020-6-29  The calcium ion (Ca2+) is a universal signal in all eukaryotic cells. A fundamental question is how Ca2+, a simple cation, encodes complex information with high specificity. Extensive research has ...

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中国农业大学生物学院 教授 武维华 - CAU

2020-4-21  Zhang W, Fan L-M and Wu W-H* (2007) Osmo-sensitive and stretch-activated calcium-permeable channels in Vicia faba guard cells are regulated by actin dynamics. Plant Physiol. 143:1140-1151. Wang X-Y, Chen Y-F, Zou J-J and Wu W-H* (2007) Involvement of a cytoplasmic glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase GapC-2 in Arabidopsis responses to low-phosphorous stress.

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