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4 , S A N A D I , D. R. ), Academic Press, Ν Y (1971) 1-79. 10. , EARNSHAW, P. and E D D Y , 22. A. A. -glutamate by yeast cells of the genus Saccharomyces. Biochem. J. 146 (1975) 705-712. 11. C R A M , W. J. Relationships between chloride transport and electrical potential differences in carrot root cells. Aust. J. biol. Sci. 2 (1975) 301-310. 12. C R A M , W. J. Negative feed-back regulation of transport in cells. The maintenance of turgor, volume and nutrient supply. In Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology — Short Distance Transport.

Symp. Soc. exp. Biol. 27 (19736) 513-529. 17. D A V I E S , P. J. Current theories on the mode of action of auxin. Bot. Rev. 3 9 (1973) 1 4 0 - 1 7 1 . 18. D A V I S , R. F. Photoinduced changes in electrical potentials and H activities of the chloroplast, cytoplasm and vacuole of Phaeoceros laevis. In Membrane Transport in Plant Cells, Z I M M E R - + E D D Y , A. A. and NOWACKI, J. A. Stoicheiometric proton and potassium ion movements accompanying the absorption of amino-acids by the yeast Saccaromyces carlsbergiensis.

Ion transport in giant algal cells. In SPANSWICK, R. M. and LUCAS, W. J. ) Membrane Transport in Plants, NorthHolland, Amsterdam (1979) in press. A C R I T I C A L ASSESSMENT O F T H E C H O L O D N Y - W E N T T H E O R Y O F SHOOT GEOTROPISM J. DIGBY and R. D. K. D The Cholodny-Went theory of shoot geotropism, which was first put forward nearly 50 years ago, is still widely taught in school and university plant physiology courses. Most authors of plant physiology texts treat the theory in a somewhat dogmatic manner, indeed many texts offer no alternative explanation of shoot geotropism.

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