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Studies on the movement of solutes between the sieve tubes and surrounding tissues in Willow. II. Pathways of ion transport from the xylem to the phloem



Studies on the movement of solutes between the sieve tubes and surrounding tissues in Willow. II. Pathways of ion transport from the xylem to the phloem



J. exp. Bot, 16: 49, 742-58



The time lapse of 2-3 hr. found by Peel between the introduction of an inactive ion into the xylem of a stem segment and its appearance in honeydew collected from that segment was confirmed in experiments with radioactive Rb, P32 phosphate and S35 sulfate.

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