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Secretions and Exudates in Biological Systems

by Jorge M. Vivanco

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Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg in Berlin, Heidelberg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Botany,
  • Life sciences,
  • Biochemistry,
  • Plant anatomy,
  • Plant physiology,
  • Botanical chemistry,
  • Plant ecology,
  • Plant Sciences,
  • Plant Anatomy/Development,
  • Biochemistry, general

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Jorge M. Vivanco, František Baluška
    SeriesSignaling and Communication in Plants -- 12
    ContributionsBaluška, František, SpringerLink (Online service)
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27086788M
    ISBN 109783642230479

    Secretion, in biology, production and release of a useful substance by a gland or cell; also, the substance produced. In addition to the enzymes and hormones that facilitate and regulate complex biochemical processes, body tissues also secrete a variety of substances that provide lubrication and. Waste products in animals are excreted to the exterior through the digestive system, the urinary system, and, to a lesser extent, through sweat glands. By contrast, in the plant, waste products of metabolism as well as substances that will be further utilized are stored within individual cells or transferred to regions of living or non-living.

    Chemical interactions Chemical availability. Exudates, such as organic acids, change the chemical structure of the rhizosphere in comparison with the bulk trations of organic acids and saccharides affect the ability of the plant to uptake phosphorus, nitrogen, potassium and water through the root cap, and the total availability of iron to the plant and to its neighbors.   Journals & Books; Help For instance, pea border cells and their secretions were shown to inhibit germination of zoospores of the oomycete Aphanomyces euteiches, Secretions and exudates in biological systems, signaling and communication in plants, vol 12 (), pp.

    Journal of Biological Systems Vol. 22, No. 03, pp. () No Access A SEQUENTIAL LEARNING METHOD FOR DETECTION AND CLASSIFICATION OF EXUDATES IN RETINAL IMAGES TO ASSESS DIABETIC RETINOPATHY M. PONNIBALA. energy and information transfer in biological systems: how physics could enrich biological understanding, proceedings of international workshop acireale, catania, italy 18 - 22 september by larissa s. brizhik, mae-wan ho - Rating: % positive.


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This volume brings together state-of-the-art information on the role of secretions and emissions in different organs and organisms. Secretions and emissions in biological systems play important signaling roles within the organism but also in its communications with the surrounding environment.

This volume brings together state-of-the-art information on the role of secretions and emissions in different organs and organisms ranging from flowers and roots of plants to nematodes and human organs. The plant chapters relate. Secretions and Exudates in Biological Systems.

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System requirements for Bookshelf for PC, Mac, Book Description. In the rhizosphere, exudates from plants and microorganisms as well as stable soil organic matter influence processes that can control plant growth, microbial infections, and nutrient uptake.

As the chemistry and biochemistry of these substances becomes more and more clear. Secretions and Exudates in Biological Systems. Secretions and Exudates in Biological Systems pp | Cite as. Sugary Exudates in Plant Pollination. Secretions and Exudates in Biological Systems.

Signaling and Communication in Plants (Book 12) Thanks for Sharing. You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed : Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Root-Microbe Communication. Root-microbe communication is another important process that characterizes the underground zone.

Some compounds identified in root exudates that have been shown to play an important role in root-microbe interactions include flavonoids present in the root exudates of legumes that activate Rhizobium meliloti genes responsible for the nodulation process (Peters et al. Pris: kr. Häftad, Skickas inom vardagar.

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Secretions and emissions in biological systems play important signaling roles within the organism but also in its communications with the surrounding environment. as no other book covers aspects related to biological secretion in such a holistic and integrative manner.

Secretions and Exudates in Biological Systems Jorge M. Vivanco, František Baluška (Ed.) Receptor-like Kinases in Plants Frans Tax, Birgit Kemmerling (Ed.) Signaling and Communication in Plant Symbiosis Silvia Perotto, František Baluška (Ed.) Coding and Decoding of Calcium Signals in Plants Sheng Luan (Ed.) Secretions and Exudates in Biological Systems - Signaling and Communication in Plants 12 (Paperback) Jorge M.

Vivanco £ Paperback. Secondary plant metabolites (SPMEs) play an important role in plant survival in the environment and serve to establish ecological relationships between plants and other organisms. Communication between plants and microorganisms via SPMEs contained in root exudates or derived from litter decomposition is an example of this phenomenon.

In this review, the general aspects of rhizodeposition.Lignocellulose Decomposition by Microbial Secretions. In: Baluska, F. and Vivance, J.M.

editors. Secretions and Exudates in Biological Systems. Springer, NY. pp. Interpretive Summary: Carbon storage in terrestrial ecosystems depends upon the natural resistance of plant material to rapid biological degradation.

Microorganisms have. The biological importance of root exudation was recognized as fundamental process for mediating plant interaction with environment and other organisms [].Actually, exudation has been attracting attention due to the possibility of rhizosphere manipulation for beneficial outcomes for plant–soil system [].The carbon loss of the roots into soil underpins nearly all the major changes that occur.