vacuolar membrane


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vacuolar membrane

n.

vacuolar membrane

the membrane surrounding the VACUOLE.
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2000, "Transport processes of solutes across the vacuolar membrane of higher plants," Plant Cell Physiol.
Each individual symbiont is then housed within a host gastrodermal cell, contained within a host-derived vacuolar membrane, or symbiosome (Wakefield and Kempf, 2001).
1 [Mu]M) were added to inhibit ATPase activity from the mitochondrial and vacuolar membrane ATPases, respectively.
1]-sensitive ATPase activity in vacuolar membranes, reaction mixes contained in millimolar: 30 Hepes (buffered with BTP to pH 7.
Characterization of vacuolar ATPase (V-ATPase) activity from membranes isolated from each half of the root indicated that the properties of the ATPase were identical; however, the yields of vacuolar membranes (and V-ATPase activity) were much higher in preparations from the upper root.
During an action potential, the plasma membrane depolarizes to approximately 0 V and the vacuolar membrane hyperpolarizes to approximately -0.
The specific conductances of the plasma membrane and vacuolar membrane at rest are 0.
Table II The equilibrium potential (in V) of each ion across the plasma membrane and vacuolar membrane of a characean internodal cell and the plasma membrane of a squid nerve.
The equilibrium potentials for each ion across the plasma membrane and the vacuolar membrane calculated from the Nernst Equation (at 298 K) are given in Table II.
The vacuolar membrane of characean cells also has an electrogenic [H.
Assuming that the membrane potentials across the characean plasma membrane and vacuolar membrane are -0.
2+] are actively extruded from the protoplasm to the vacuole across the vacuolar membrane.

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