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A germin‐like protein of wheat leaf apoplast inhibits serine proteases

Flooding of the apoplast is a key factor in the development of hyperhydricity

Early production and scavenging of hydrogen peroxide in the apoplast of sunflower plants exposed to ozone

Distribution of Indole-3-Acetic Acid in the Apoplast and Symplast of Squash (Cucurbita maxima) Hypocotyls

Affinity-tags are removed from Cladosporium fulvum effector proteins expressed in the tomato leaf apoplast

Silicon ameliorates manganese toxicity in cucumber by decreasing hydroxyl radical accumulation in the leaf apoplast

Differences in membrane selectivity drive phloem transport to the apoplast from which maize florets develop

A Possible Mechanism for the Oxidation of Sinapyl Alcohol by Peroxidase-Dependent Reactions in the Apoplast: Enhancement of the Oxidation by Hydroxycinnamic Acids and Components of the Apoplast

Age-Dependent Changes in Levels of Ascorbic Acid and Chlorogenic Acid, and Activities of Peroxidase and Superoxide Dismutase in the Apoplast of Tobacco leaves: Mechanism of the Oxidation of Chlorogenic Acid in the Apoplast

The role of the root apoplast in aluminium-induced inhibition of root elongation and in aluminium resistance of plants: a review

Physiological Significance of the Structure and Components of the Apoplast Canal System for Water Absorption in Plants

Endoxyloglucan Transferase is Localized both in the Cell Plate and in the Secretory Pathway Destined for the Apoplast in Tobacco Cells

Ascorbic Acid-Dependent Regulation of Redox Levels of Chlorogenic Acid and its Isomers in the Apoplast of Leaves of Nicotiana tabacum L.

Are diurnal patterns of stomatal movement the result of alternating metabolism of endogenous guard cell ABA and accumulation of ABA delivered to the apoplast around guard cells by transpiration?


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Areas of a plant that lie outside the plasmalemma, such as cell walls and dead tissues of the xylem. The apoplast may represent one of the main pathways of water movement through the plant.

Subjects: Biological Sciences.

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