Calcium Channels In Higher Plants

Calcium Channels In Higher Plants

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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 nuclear membranes of plant

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Calcium channels in higher plants - PubMed

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 plants - ScienceDirect

Calcium channels are involved principally in signal transduction. Their opening results in increased cytoplasmic Ca2+ concentration, and the spatial a

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Ca²⁺ signaling plays an important role in plant cell under stress, e.g., salinity. Calcium channels and transporters are important components involved in stress-induced Ca²⁺ signaling.

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Calcium channels in higher plants.

Calcium channels are involved principally in signal transduction. Their opening results in increased cytoplasmic Ca2+ 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. - 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 are involved principally in signal transduction. Their opening results in increased cytoplasmic Ca2+ concentration, and the spatial and temporal variations in this are thought to elicit specific physiological responses to diverse biotic and abiotic stimuli.

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2017-1-19 · 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 · However, in spite of the widely suggested importance of higher plant calcium channels in signal transduction, only a few recent re- ports have provided direct demonstrations of calcium channel function in the plasma membrane of higher plants [8,16]. Plasma membrane calcium channels Pharmacological agents that block voltage-dependent calcium channels in animal cells have been

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Frontiers | Heat Shock Signaling in Land Plants: From ...

2021-8-9 · ANNEXIN calcium channels can modulate cytosolic calcium signature under oxidative and heat stresses (Liao et al., 2017). Glutamate receptor-like channels have been suggested to participate in Ca 2+ signaling since exogenous glutamate improves basal thermotolerance in maize (Li et al., 2019).

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Review Calcium channels in higher plants - esalq.usp.br

2017-1-19 · 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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Calcium channels in higher plants

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 plant cells: selectivity, regulation and pharmacology." Fig. 10. Open state probability as a function of the membrane potential in the rca and endomembrane voltage-dependent Ca2+ channels (all membrane potentials in the cytosol relative to the non-cytosolic compartment, which is opposite to that used by some ...

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The Pea2+/PK+ was estimated from the observed reversal potential using the Fatt and Ginsborg (1958) equation. - "Calcium channels in higher plant cells: selectivity, regulation and pharmacology." Fig. 7. Selectivity of Ca2+ over K + with the extracellular (cis) face of the rca channel exposed to I mM KCI and 0.5 mM CaCl 2 (pH 5.5). The ...

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Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): https://doi.org/10.1016/s0005-... (external link)

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Review Calcium channels in higher plants. Calcium channels have been characterised in the plasma membrane, endoplasmic reticulum (ER), to- noplast, nuclear and plastid membranes of plant cells. Ca2+ Channels in Higher Plant Cells. In higher plants, in contrast, little is known regarding the molecular components of Ca2+ channels, although ...

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calcium channels in higher plants . Calcium channels in higher plants ScienceDirect. May 01, 2000 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 ...

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calcium channels in higher plants - automa-varak.cz

Calcium oscillations in higher plants Nicola H Evans. 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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In contrast, other plants have a higher demand for calcium, for example, Cayratia japonica and Corchoropsis tomentosa maintain high calcium content by enhancing calcium uptake and transporting it from underground sections to aboveground

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Putative L-Type Calcium Channels in Plants: Biochemical ...

Cytoplasmic calcium affects the gating of potassium channels in the plasma membrane of Chara corallina: a whole-cell study using calcium-channel effectors. Planta ,

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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 plant cells: selectivity ...

Vacuolar calcium channels Vacuolar calcium channels. Inositol trisphosphate receptor in higher plants: is it real? Inositol trisphosphate receptor in higher plants: is it real? Techniques for studying ion channels: an introduction Techniques for studying ion channels: an introduction.

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Calcium channels in higher plant cells: Selectivity ...

Calcium channels in higher plant cells: Selectivity, regulation and pharmacology. Miguel Piñeros *, Mark Tester * Corresponding author for this work. Biological, Environmental Science and Engineering; Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review. 137 Scopus citations.

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Calcium channels in higher plants

Calcium channels in higher plants Calcium channels are involved principally in signal transduction. Their opening results in increased cytoplasmic Ca2+ concentration, and the spatial and temporal variations in this are thought to elicit specific physiological responses to diverse biotic and abiotic stimuli.

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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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Calcium‐permeable channels in plant cells - Jammes - 2011 ...

2011-9-28 · Calcium signal transduction is a central mechanism by which plants sense and respond to endogenous and environmental stimuli. Cytosolic Ca 2+ elevation is achieved via two cellular pathways, Ca 2+ influx through Ca 2+ channels in the plasma membrane and Ca 2+ release from intracellular Ca 2+ stores. Because of the significance of Ca 2+ channels

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Putative L-Type Calcium Channels in Plants: Biochemical ...

Cytoplasmic calcium affects the gating of potassium channels in the plasma membrane of Chara corallina: a whole-cell study using calcium-channel effectors. Planta ,

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Calcium in plants - PubMed

Calcium is an essential plant nutrient. It is required for various structural roles in the cell wall and membranes, it is a counter-cation for inorganic and organic anions in the vacuole, and the cytosolic Ca2+ concentration ([Ca2+]cyt) is an obligate intracellular messenger coordinating responses to numerous developmental cues and environmental challenges.

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Calcium in Plants | Annals of Botany | Oxford Academic

Abstract. Calcium is an essential plant nutrient. It is required for various structural roles in the cell wall and membranes, it is a counter‐cation for inorganic and organic anions in the vacuole, and the cytosolic Ca 2+ concentration ([Ca 2+] cyt) is an obligate intracellular messenger coordinating responses to numerous developmental cues and environmental challenges.

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