Some estimates of flux (specific mass transfer) in the supersymplast of some aquatic macrophytes, with data on terrestrial macrophytes for comparison

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Organism Plants
Reference Raven JA (1984) ‘Energetics and transport in aquatic plants.’ (A. R. Liss: New York) Chapter 9 Transport within the plant p. 526 Table 9.9
Primary Source List of refs in table
Method See comments in table
Comments The symplast of a plant is the inner side of the plasma membrane in which water (and low-molecular solutes) can freely diffuse between plant cells. The 'supersymplast' refers to phloem like transport in aquatic plants.
Entered by Uri M
ID 105377