Ability of crassulacean acid
metabolism plants to overcome interacting stresses in tropical environments.
Ecophysiology of crassulacean acid
metabolism is a physiological feature that increases the use of water and nutrients, such as crassulacean in leaves containing highly thickened and cutinized cell walls, and it is the main mechanism of survival of epiphytes (KERTEN; KUNIOSHI, 2009; SILVA et al.
Metabolism: A Curiosity in Context Annual Review of Plant Physiology, vol.
Luttge U (2004) Ecophysiology of crassulacean acid
1984, "Characterization of the vacuolar ATPase activity of the crassulacean acid
metabolism plant Kalanchoe daigremontiana," Eur.
Variations in the phases of Crassulacean acid
metabolism and regulation of carboxylation patterns determined by carbon-isotope-discrimination techniques.
metabolism--or CAM, as it is commonly known--is one of three recognized photosynthetic pathways.
According to the study titled "Tthe KalanchoAaAaAeAe1/2 genome provides insigh into convergent evolution and building blocks of crassulacean acid
metabolism," crop production is the world's largest consumer of freshwater.
Nobel PS, Luttge U, Heuer S, Ball E (1984) Influence of applied NaCl on crassulacean acid
metabolism and ionic levels in a cactus, Cereus validus.
In the late 1970s, a colleague who was studying metabolic tricks that plants use in harsh environments proposed to von Willert that Welwitschia can conserve water by a process called crassulacean acid
metabolism, or CAM.
Crayn DM, Winter K, Smith JAC (2004) Multiple origins of crassulacean acid
metabolism and the epiphytic habit in the Neotropical family Bromeliaceae.