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Regulation of transmembrane water transfer by rotational motion of plant cell protoplasm
By: A. Anisimov; V. Vorob'ev;
2000 / Springer Science+Business Media / 0033-183X
By changing the velocity of protoplasm motion, a plant cell with a membrane permeability coefficient of 10 cm/s is able to control the intensity of transmembrane water exchange. The data were obtained by synchronous tracking, with the effective water self-diffusion coefficients measured by pulsed nuclear magnetic resonance.