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Wall and turgor pressure and tension. Diffusion pressure deficit or suction force

  • B. S. Meyer
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Part of the Handbuch der Pflanzenphysiologie / Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology book series (532, volume 2)

Abstract

The cell-to-cell movement of water in plants, insofar as it is motivated by osmotic and imbibitional mechanisms, can be adequately interpreted only in terms of the three physically distinct quantities of osmotic pressure (OP), turgor pressure (TP), and diffusion pressure deficit (DPD). No one of these three quantities alone adequately characterizes the water relations of a plant cell insofar as they can be interpreted on the basis of a diffusional mechanism. The magnitude of all three of them must be known for the complete evaluation of the water relations of a cell.

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