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2015 | 64 | 3 | 457-469
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Transport dalekodystansowy u roślin: szlaki, mechanizmy, ewolucja

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Long-distance transport in plants: paths, mechanisms, and evolution
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W artykule omówiono, w jaki sposób odbywa się wymiana różnego rodzaju związków między organami w roślinach. Na tle opisu szlaków transportowych przedstawiono mechanizmy odpowiedzialne za transport zwracając uwagę na wyjaśnienie przyczyn odmienności systemu transportu wody i jonów z korzeni do części nadziemnej oraz transportu produktów fotosyntezy z liści do innych organów. Przedyskutowano też rolę systemu przewodzącego w przesyłaniu sygnałów biochemicznych i biofizycznych w roślinie uwzględniając najnowsze informacje literaturowe o transporcie i roli sygnałowej związków wielkocząsteczkowych takich jak białka i kwasy nukleinowe (mRNA, siRNA i miRNA). Znaczną część artykułu poświęcono omówieniu ewolucji systemu przewodzącego i jego szczególnej roli podczas ekspansji roślin w środowisku lądowym.
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The paper presents how solutes are transported along a plant, with the special attention paid to the structure of conducting system and mechanisms of solute transport from a root system to a shoot versus photosynthate transport from leaves to other plant organs. The role of conducting system in transduction of biochemical and biophysical signals was underlined including the novel data of high molecular weight molecules, as proteins and nucleic acids (mRNAs, siRNAs, and miRNAs). Significant part of the paper is related to the evolution of phloem and xylem, in particular during the plant expansion into land environment.
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64
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3
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457-469
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2015
Contributors
  • Zakład Ekofizjologii Molekularnej Roślin, Instytut Biologii Eksperymentalnej i Biotechnologii Roślin, Wydział Biologii, Uniwersytet Warszawski, Miecznikowa 1, 02-096 Warszawa, Polska
  • Zakład Ekofizjologii Molekularnej Roślin, Instytut Biologii Eksperymentalnej i Biotechnologii Roślin, Wydział Biologii, Uniwersytet Warszawski, Miecznikowa 1, 02-096 Warszawa, Polska
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