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Phloem unloading in soybean seed coats: dynamics and stability of efflux into attached ;empty ovules'



Phloem unloading in soybean seed coats: dynamics and stability of efflux into attached ;empty ovules'



Plant Physiology 80(2): 464-469



The efflux of sucrose from attached soyabean seed coats into aqueous traps replacing previously removed embryos, consisted of 3 phases: a 10-min period of apoplastic flushing, which included glucose efflux, a 2- to 3-h equilibration period and then a phase of relatively steady efflux which was thought to reflect the continued import of sucrose from the plant, and hence to reflect the rate of sieve tube unloading.

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DOI: 10.1104/pp.80.2.464


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