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The Evolution Of Vascular Land Plants In Relation To Supracellular Transport Processes

J. Raven
Published 1977 · Biology

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Publisher Summary This chapter describes several aspects of the significance of transport processes in the evolution of vascular land plants from their putative ancestors—the green algae. The vascular land plants have, in addition to the transport processes at the cell level, which are common to all organisms, important transport processes at the supracellular level, which involve complex anatomical features. The homoiohydric vascular land plant has three major transport systems at the supracellular level—the apoplast, the symplast, and the intercellular gas space system. The aquatic green algal ancestors of these plants use only the symplast for transport at the supracellular level. The other two transport systems, together with the elaboration of the symplast into the much more efficient phloem, are essential components of the homoiohydric land plants.
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