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Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg John CD, Limpinuntana V, Greenway H (1974) Adaptation of rice to anaerobiosis. Aust J Plant Physiol 1:513–520 Khabaz-Saberi H, Setters TL, Waters I (2006) Waterlogging induces high to toxic concentrations of iron, aluminum and manganese wheat varieties on acidic soil. J Plant Nutr 29:899–911 Kreuzwieser J, Fuerniss S, Rennenberg H (2002) Impact of waterlogging on the N-metabolism of flood tolerant and non-tolerant tree species. Plant Cell Environ 25:1039–1049 Kronzucker HJ, Kirk GJD, Siddiqi MY, Glass ADM (1998) Effects of Hypoxia on 13NH4+ fluxes in rice roots, kinetics and compartmental analysis.

J Ecol 88:978–987 Westhoff M, Zimmermann D, Zimmermann G, Gessner P, Wegner LH, Bentrup FW, Zimmermann U (2009) Distribution and function of epistomatal mucilage plugs. Protoplasma 235:101–105 Chapter 2 Waterlogging and Plant Nutrient Uptake J. Theo M. Elzenga and Hans van Veen Abstract Waterlogging affects several parameters that determine nutrient uptake from the soil by the roots. We checked systematically, for all the relevant parameters in the nutrient uptake model by Silberbush and Barber (Plant Soil 74:93– 100, 1983), how waterlogging changes the magnitude of the parameter, changes that can be both positive and negative for nutrient uptake.

1998, 1999). g. de Boer 1985; Sieber and Brandle 1991; Nabben 2001; De Simone et al. 2002). Reduction of the AEC can lead to a loss of the nutrient uptake capacity by limiting the supply of ATP to the plasma membrane proton pumping ATPase (de Boer 1985). As a consequence the membrane potential will become less negative and the proton gradient across the membrane will become less steep. Membrane potential and proton gradient form together the proton motive force, which is used to drive the uptake of most nutrients through symporters.

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