Plant Biochemistry at LMU München

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Define the phloem

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What is the difference between seconday and primary plasmodesmata cell wall formation?

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Cells in different tissues have different size exclusion limits for their plasodesmata. The normal SEL is approximtely 3 kDa.

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Which of these sugars can be transported in the phloem?

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What are source and sink tissues?

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Three factors that determine where source assimilate goes

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What is NOT present in a sieve tube element?

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Apoplastic vs symplastic loading

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Which tissues usually use apoplastic unloading

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What evidence is there for the pressure flow model?

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Plant Biochemistry

Define the phloem

A tissue that translocates photosynthesis products, water, organic compounds and mineral nutrients to storgans or growing tissues

Plant Biochemistry

What is the difference between seconday and primary plasmodesmata cell wall formation?

Secondary = in a lready existing cell walls 

Primary: During cell division

Plant Biochemistry

The term for losing plasmodesmata between cells is..

wall aposition

Plant Biochemistry

Cells in different tissues have different size exclusion limits for their plasodesmata. The normal SEL is approximtely 3 kDa.

True

Plant Biochemistry

Which of these sugars can be transported in the phloem?

Glucose

Plant Biochemistry

What are source and sink tissues?

Governed by whether a tissue produces or mobilizes more organic compoiunds than they need for their own development.

Plant Biochemistry

Three factors that determine where source assimilate goes

Proximity - lower leaves supply roots, upper supply shoots

development - roots and shoots during vegetative growth, fruits during reproduction 

vascular connections - prefer direct vascular link

Plant Biochemistry

What is NOT present in a sieve tube element?

cell wall

Plant Biochemistry

Apoplastic vs symplastic loading

Apoplastic:

  • uses active transport (h+ sucrose symport) and proton gradient eg suc2
  • more common in cold/dry climate

Symplastic: 

  • uses regular diffusion, no energy
  • Poylmer trap hypothesis
  • requires open plasmodesmata
  • Common in hot and humid climates

Plant Biochemistry

Which tissues usually use apoplastic unloading

young apices

Plant Biochemistry

What evidence is there for the pressure flow model?

Traces of phloem metabolites can be found in the xylem

Plant Biochemistry

Which are true about phloem sap extraction techniques?

Aphid stylet techniques are less intrusive and limit wounding response, but give small yields

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