The release of water-soluble substances depends to a great degree on the structural organization of the plant cell separated from the environment by two barriers: the cellulose-pectic wall and the plasmatic membrane. In this chapter we shall consider characteristics of cell wall construction, the composition of leachates, and the mechanism of leaching.
KeywordsRoot Exudate Sesquiterpene Lactone Kidney Bean Juglans Regia Propionic Aldehyde
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