By Jörg Schönherr, Peter Baur (auth.), Cindy E. Morris, Philippe C. Nicot, Christophe Nguyen-The (eds.)
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Derridj The permeability of plant cuticles to solutes is much more closely linked to the chemical composition arrangements and physicochemical properties of the intracuticular waxes and is usually measured using enzymatically isolated membranes which are intact. The previous chapter deals with the state of results obtained in this field. The objective of this chapter is to review the literature describing the chemical environment at the leaf surface, with particular reference to chemicals that could be sources of nutrients for epiphytic micro-organisms.
W. 1966, Composition ofguttation fluid from rye, wheat and barley seedlings. Plant Physiol. 41: 373-375. , Boller, TH. J. 1980, High pH- values on the leaf surt:aces of commercial cotton varieties. Coton Fibres Trop. XXXV. 4: 379-384. , Grace, J. R 1994, Spatial distribution of sulfate uptake by wind-damaged beech leaves. A'A7'0 AS/G 36 : 183-193. Jermy, T. 1993, Evolution of insect plant relationships: a devil's advocate approach. Entomol. Exp. Appl. 66 : 3-12. R. 1976, Composition and ultrastucture of leaf cuticles from fruit trees relative to different foliar absorption.
T i m e o f Day On broad-leaved endive (Cichorium endivia var. m. m. and then a progressive fall until reaching the low Nutrients on the Leaf Surface 35 ® e • @ & vdgar~s @ @ 0 0 S; jacobaea S sytva#cus E @ © 0 Q ¸Q S, viscosus ~ ~ discriminant function 1 Figure 7. Discrimination of four Senecio species on the basis of their proportions of amino acids on the leaf surface. 9% of the variation, respectively. values observed 24 hours before. Leaking, and then accumulation of carbohydrates on the leaf surface were followed by a decrease in sugars which is most probably due to the re-entry of molecules into the plant tissues (Figure 9).
Aerial Plant Surface Microbiology by Jörg Schönherr, Peter Baur (auth.), Cindy E. Morris, Philippe C. Nicot, Christophe Nguyen-The (eds.)