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Lavrova A. I., Pljusnina T. J., Riznichenko G. J. Transient states and self-oscillating modes along the cell membrane of algae chara corallina. Izvestiya VUZ, 2006, vol. 14, iss. 6, pp. 21-30. DOI:


Transient states and self-oscillating modes along the cell membrane of algae chara corallina

Lavrova Anastasija Igorevna, Lomonosow Moskow State University
Pljusnina Tatjana Jurevna, Lomonosow Moskow State University
Riznichenko Galina Jurevna, Lomonosow Moskow State University

  Mathematical model of ion ?uxes across the cell membrane of algae Chara coralline is developed. The transient processes and self-oscillating modes connected with potential-dependent transport of protons across the membrane are considered. Important role ofthese processes for plant cell is discussed.

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