Volume “Plant Electrophysiology - Methods and Cell Electrophysiology”
At the roots of plant neurobiology.- Plant electrostimulation and data acquisition.- Plant response to stress: Microelectrode voltage clamp studies.- Application of non-invasive microelectrode flux measurements in plant stress physiology.- Intracellular measurements of the electrical properties of walled cells.- Making contact and measuring cellular electrochemical gradients.- Studying membrane transport processes by non-invasive microelectrodes: Basic principles and methods.- Multi-electrode array – a new approach to plant electrophysiology.- Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy.- Patch clamp techniques for plant cells.- pH banding in Charophyte algae.- Membrane excitation and cytoplasmic streaming as modulators of photosynthesis and proton flows in Characean cells.- Functional characterization of plant ion channels in heterologous expression systems.- Mechanism of passive permeation of ions and molecules through plant membranes.-
Volume “Plant Electrophysiology - Signaling and Responses”
Morphing structures in the Venus flytrap.- Effect of electrical signals on photosynthesis and respiration.- Mathematical modeling, dynamics analysis and control of carnivorous plants. - The Telegraph plant: Codariocalyx motorius (formerly also Desmodium gyrans).- Regulatory mechanism of plant nyctinastic movement: an ion channel-related plant behavior.- Signal transduction in plant-insect interactions: from membrane potential variations to metabolomics.- Phytosensors and phytoactuators.- Generation, transmission and physiological effects of electrical signals in plants.- The role of plasmodesmata in the electrotonic transmission of action potentials.- Moon and cosmos: plant growth and plant bioelectricity.- Biosystems analysis of plant development concerning photoperiodic flower induction by hydro-electrochemical signal transduction.- Actin, myosin VIII and ABP1 as central organizers of auxin-secreting plant synapses.- Ion currents associated with membrane receptors.- Characterisation of root Ca2+-permeable cation channels: techniques and basic concepts.