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The Keeping Moisture Physiology of Surface Cuticle

By 邱禮弘, 楊耀祥, Li-Hung Chiu and Yau-Shiang Yang


植物表層組織上之角質層是一種特殊的保水物質,其在表皮上可形成閃亮的結晶,且因含有可溶性的角質層臘質,可有效地形成對水氣滲透性的障礙物。其由表層細胞所分泌出之物質並堆積於表皮上,而使植物體與外界環境間形成一層角質膜,可有效地防上體內水分的散失。The cuticle is an particular barrier that reduces the transporter of moisture across the plant surface. On the cuticle surface, the soluble cuticular lipids form either smooth shiny or "wax bloom" deposits, which lead to an effective repulsion of water. It is from the was secretion of the aerial plant body. So that, it prevents excessive loss of water by evaporation from the plant to its environment

Topics: 角質, 脂質, 臘質, Cutin, Lipid, Wax
Year: 2014
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