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3IP nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectra are used to monitor intracellular changes in sections of potato tuber (Solarium tuberosum), maize root tips (Zea mays) and the roots of single maize seedlings. Intracellular changes that result from the uptake of inorganic phosphate, D-mannose, the spectroscopic broadening probe Mn2+ and 2, 4-dinitrophenol are described. It is concluded that NMR provides a powerful, direct method for following intracellular changes in plant tissues. © 1982 Oxford University Press.

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Journal of Experimental Botany

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670 - 681