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Adaptation of H+-Pumping and Plasma Membrane H+ ATPase Activity in Proteoid Roots of White Lupin under Phosphate Deficiency1

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Adaptation of H+-Pumping and Plasma Membrane H+ ATPase Activity in Proteoid Roots of White Lupin under Phosphate Deficiency by Feng Yan, Yiyong Zhu, Caroline Müller, Christian Zörb, and Sven Schubert Plantphysiol Volume 129(1):50-63 May 1, 2002 ©2002 by American Society of Plant Biologists Hypothetical mechanism for the release of organic acids by proteoid root cells of white lupin. Yan F et al. Plantphysiol 2002;129:50-63 ©2002 by American Society of Plant Biologists Proteoid roots produced by white lupin with (A) and without (B) phosphate. Yan F et al. Plantphysiol 2002;129:50-63 ©2002 by American Society of Plant Biologists H+ release by white lupin roots during a 3-week cultivation period. Yan F et al. Plantphysiol 2002;129:50-63 ©2002 by American Society of Plant Biologists Identification of active proteoid roots (A) and inhibitory effect of vanadate on rhizosphere acidification (B). Yan F et al. Plantphysiol 2002;129:50-63 ©2002 by American Society of Plant Biologists Comparison of ATPase activity of plasma membranes derived from different types of white lupin roots. Yan F et al. Plantphysiol 2002;129:50-63 ©2002 by American Society of Plant Biologists Comparison of the kinetic characteristics of plasma membrane ATPase from different types of white lupin roots (see legend of Fig. 5). Yan F et al. Plantphysiol 2002;129:50-63 ©2002 by American Society of Plant Biologists Separation of plasma membrane proteins by SDS-PAGE (above) and immunodetection of plasma membrane H+ATPase by western-blotting technique (below). Yan F et al. Plantphysiol 2002;129:50-63 ©2002 by American Society of Plant Biologists Comparison of active H+transport driven by plasma membrane H+ ATPase (A) and passive H+ transport by leakage (B) across the plasma membranes. Yan F et al. Plantphysiol 2002;129:50-63 ©2002 by American Society of Plant Biologists Hypothetical mechanism for the release of organic acids by proteoid root cells of white lupin. Proteoid roots produced by white lupin with

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