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Cell Calcium. 1998 Sep;24(3):205-11.

Cambium pre-activation in beech correlates with a strong temporary increase of calcium in cambium and phloem but not in xylem cells.

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Laboratoire des Processus Ioniques Cellulaires, UPRESA CNRS 6037, Mont Saint Aignan, France.

Abstract

Using secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS), calcium was imaged in cambium cells and in the adjacent secondary phloem and xylem cells during the different phases of cambium functioning in beech (Fagus sylvatica L.). At the end of the period of quiescence, immediately before the resumption of cell divisions (i.e. at the cambium pre-activation phase), a strong temporary increase of calcium concentration was observed to take place in cambium and phloem but not in xylem cells.

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