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Physicochemical factors governing the transport of xenobiotic chemicals in plants: movement into roots and partitioning between xylem and phloem






Acta Horticulturae ( 239): 43-54

Physicochemical factors governing the transport of xenobiotic chemicals in plants: movement into roots and partitioning between xylem and phloem

A review and discussion on the transport of xenobiotics in plants by types of movement which can be categorized as euapoplastic, pseudoapoplastic, symplastic and ambimobile. Physiocochemical properties of the xenobiotic molecules, such as their octanol/water partition coefficients and pKas in the case of acids, will govern the type of movement they display.

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