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Translocation of organic substances in trees. I. The nature of the sugars in the sieve tube exudates of trees. II. On the translocation mechanism in the phloem of white ash (Fraxinus americana). III. The removal of sugars from the sieve tubes in the white ash (Fraxinus



Translocation of organic substances in trees. I. The nature of the sugars in the sieve tube exudates of trees. II. On the translocation mechanism in the phloem of white ash (Fraxinus americana). III. The removal of sugars from the sieve tubes in the white ash (Fraxinus



Plant Physiol, 1958. 32; 33: 4, 5; 1, 288-291, 399-444; 213-217



Part I presents an analysis of the exudates of 16 species of 11 families. Only non-reducing oligosaccharides of the raffinose family were found. Sucrose was the main transport sugar, but in some species most (as in Fagus grandifolia), or part (as in Ulmus americana and Tilia americana), were in the form of raffinose and stachyose.

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