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tonoplast

 [ton´o-plast]
the limiting membrane of an intracellular vacuole; the vacuole membrane.

ton·o·plast

(tōn'ō-plast, ton'ō-),
An intracellular structure or vacuole.
[tono- + G. plastos, formed]

tonoplast

/tono·plast/ (ton´o-plast) the limiting membrane of an intracellular vacuole.

tonoplast

(tō′nə-plăst′)
n.
The cytoplasmic membrane that surrounds a vacuole of a plant cell. Also called vacuolar membrane.

ton·o·plast

(tō'nō-plast)
An intracellular structure or vacuole.
[tono- + G. plastos, formed]

tonoplast

the CELL MEMBRANE surrounding the vacuole in the cytoplasm of a plant cell controlling movements of ions into and out of the vacuole. see SELECTIVE PERMEABILITY.

tonoplast

the limiting membrane of an intracellular vacuole, the vacuole membrane.
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2000, "Energizing the tonoplast," Vacuolar compartments, D.
1997, "Secondary inorganic ion transport at the tonoplast," The Plant Vacuole, R.
1997, "Transport of organic molecules across the tonoplast," The Plant Vacuole, R.
1996, "Immunological detection of tonoplast polypeptides in the plasma membrane of pea cotyledons," Planta, 198, pp.
1987, "Characteristics of MgATP2- dependent electrogenic proton transport in tonoplast vesicles of facultative crassulacean acid metabolism plant Mesembryanthemum crystallinum L.
1986, "Properties of the partially purified tonoplast [H.
1995, "Biochemical studies on vacuolar ATPase of legumes: Tonoplast ATPase from peanut," Ph.
2004, "Protective effect of exogenous polyamines on root tonoplast function against salt stress in barley seedlings," Plant Growth Reg.
1995, "Functioning of the tonoplast in vacuolar C-storage and remobilization in crassulacean acid metabolism," J.
1997, "Dynamics of activity and the structure of the tonoplast V-type ATPase in plants with different expression of CAM and in a C3 -plant under salt stress," Protoplasma, 196, pp.