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  • F Leaf vein network provides alternative pathways for photosynthate translocation within constraints II Models of Phloem translocation A Pressure Flow Hypothesis E Munch 1927 1 Sucrose actively loaded into sieve tube elements at SourceTissue 2 Water moves into STE by osmosis in response to increase in
  • Symbiosis 99 The Evergreen State College In the photo above taken from Prescott s Microbiology 4th Ed McGraw Hill heterotrophic bacteria are able to absorb photosynthate
  • of earlier formed phloem 2 No clear growth rings in secondary phloem F Overall pattern of organization of phloem parallels that of xylem in primary vasculature except in transition zone II Translocation of photosynthate is from source to sink
  • E Appears to be a linear relationship between cross sectional area of phloem and upstream leaf area F Leaf vein network provides alternative pathways for photosynthate translocation within constraints II Models of Phloem translocation A Pressure Flow Hypothesis E Munch 1927
  • for photosynthesis Trees with iron and manganese chlorosis cannot produce enough photosynthate to support their health and will begin to decline over time
  • sugar sucrose is not even synthesized in the chloroplast Yet most of the photosynthate is arguably used to make sucrose and starch Starch can be synthesized within the chloroplast The triose phosphates from the Calvin cycle can be combined into fructose 1 6 bisphosphate and fructose 6 phopshate in portions of the regeneration phase The fructose 6 phosphate can be
  • ~ or ~ Web Figure 10 1 B Photosynthate from the leaves appears in the sieve elements of phloem in the stem 14CO2 was supplied to a source leaf of morning glory Ipomea nil 14C was incorporated
  • Anthriscus Chaerophyllum Torilis Coriandrum Conium Apium Bupleurum Carum Cicuta Foeniculum Ligusticum Angelica Ferula Pastinacea Laserpitium Thapsia Daucus Cicuta ORDER ASTERALES Morphological synapomorphies for this order include photosynthate stored in the form of the oligosaccharide inulin ellagic acid plunger
  • Variation saisonnière de la température optimale de la photosynthèse due a l acclimatation 2 a et assujettissement a la lumière du taux de fixation de carbone net pendant le jour 2b The Empirical Approach Given the extent of research in gas exchange studies the mechanistic approach is forced to consider the fate of photosynthate and therein lies its handicap In
  • Source USDA Production Supply and Districution electronic database Washington DC updated May 2001 ENDNOTES 17 Percent photosynthate to seed from L T Evans Crop Evolution Adaptation and Yield Cambridge Cambridge University
  • is not a decomposer of standing dead shoots instead it cheats the living grass out of some of its photosynthate There is also a basidiomycetous rust pathogen of smooth cordgrass it s bright orange Some eukaryotic mycelial decomposers of the saltmarsh are oomycotes not fungi That last image was of the delicate version of Halophytophthora vesicula here is the
  • into stem growth Kephart et al 11 observed that stem elongation may not occur when irradiance is reduced to a level where plant developmental processes become photosynthate limited Figure 6 Dry biomass g of roots culms green leaves dry leaves and panicles of guineagrass plants grown from seeds under f ull sunlight 100 of ambient light and clipped at 20 and
  • carbon skeletons photosynthate which are required by Rhizobium a strict aerobe to provide the energy that is needed for nitrogen fixation How a nodule forms can be seen in this diagram This symbiosis is a specific process a certain species of Rhizobium can only nodulate a certain type of legume for example R etli nodulates beans Phaseolus R meliloti nodulates
  • for photosynthesis Trees with iron and manganese chlorosis cannot produce enough photosynthate to support their health and will begin to decline over time
  • photosynthate html 28 Mar 2005 09 47 583 phytogram2 htm 30 Mar 2005 11 07 13K popvasc JPG 01 Aug 1998 11 13 704K popvasc THN 30 Mar 1999 11 48 9 3K
  • shuts down Thus for efficient plant growth photosynthesis must be coordinated with delivery of photosynthate to sinks Some of the principal steps of carbohydrate metabolism were shown in lecture 17A As mentioned in the last lecture reduced carbon photosynthate is transported from source to sink tissues in the form of sucrose Also as mentioned

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