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Encyclopedia o f Plant Physiology,, New Series, Vol. 12B, Physiological Plant Ecology. Springer , Berlin, Heidelberg. Cuticle Permeability Studies 23 Sch6nherr, J. 1993, Effects of alcohols, glycols and monodisperse ethoxylated alcohols on mobility of 2,4-D in isolated plant cuticles. Pestic. Sci. 39:213-223. SchOnherr, J. and Baur, P. 1994, Modelling penetration of plant cuticles by crop protection agents and effects of adjuvants on their rates of penetration. Pestic. Sci. 42:185-208. Sch6nherr, J.
This difference between leaf ages was also observed for inorganic ions which were more concentrated on older leaves (Figure 4). Similar observations were made for sugars and malic acid on tobacco leaves at the early flowering stage (Figure 5). Nevertheless, these observations can differ according to the plant growth stages. Micro-Localisation of Carbohydrates We have conducted a study of the micro-localisation of monosaccharides (glucose, galactose, mannose, fructose, arabinose and xylose) on the leaf surface (i) to confirm that the substances collected are not the result of induced leaching and that sugars are really in contact with insects on leaf surfaces, and (ii) to observe the micro-distribution of carbohy- 32 S.
This would be useful for selecting plant lines with modified nutritional environments on their leaf surfaces that were repulsive to insect pests or that gave a competitive advantage to micro-organisms antagonistic to plant pathogens. An attempt at this latter strategy is described in the last chapter on future research trends (Andrews, this volume). The comparison of tissue and leaf surface nutrient contents was done on several plant species grown in greenhouses for samples collected two hours before sunset.
Aerial Plant Surface Microbiology (The Language of Science) by Cindy E. Morris, C. Nguyen-The, P.C. Nicot