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K+/H+ exchange transport in plant membrane vesicles is evidence for K+ transport

, : K+/H+ exchange transport in plant membrane vesicles is evidence for K+ transport. Plant Science, Irish Re ic 41(3): 161-168

Demonstrated in tonoplast- and plasma membrane-enriched vesicle fractions from hypocotyl hooks of etiolated Cucurbita pepo seedlings, under alkaline (pH 8.0) conditions.

Accession: 001398556

DOI: 10.1016/0168-9452(85)90083-4

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