M A Bisson
Affiliation: University at Buffalo
- Electrophysiology of turgor regulation in marine siphonous green algaeM A Bisson
Department of Biological Sciences, Cooke Hall 109, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY 14260, USA
J Membr Biol 211:1-14. 2006..It is accompanied by a negative-going PD, although conductance also increases. The conductance increase and the magnitude of the PD change are strongly correlated with the magnitude of hypotonic stress...
- Transport systems of Ventricaria ventricosa: asymmetry of the hyper- and hypotonic regulation mechanismsM A Bisson
Department of Biological Sciences, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY 14260 1300, USA
J Membr Biol 225:13-25. 2008..These changes are different from those exerted on the pump state, indicating that different transport systems are responsible for turgor regulation in the two cases...
- Acetylcholine-activated Cl- channel in the Chara tonoplastX Q Gong
Department of Biological Sciences, University at Buffalo, SUNY, Buffalo NY 14260, USA
J Membr Biol 188:107-13. 2002....
- The transport systems of Ventricaria ventricosa: hypotonic and hypertonic turgor regulationM A Bisson
Department of Biological Sciences, State University of New York at Buffalo, Cooke Hall 109, Box 1300, Buffalo, NY 14260 1300, USA
J Membr Biol 190:43-56. 2002..The characteristics were similar to those in cells exposed to low [K+]o. Prolonged voltage clamps to both negative and positive levels showed slow current increase. Decreased illumination increased the membrane resistance...
- When is a cell not a cell? A theory relating coenocytic structure to the unusual electrophysiology of Ventricaria ventricosa (Valonia ventricosa)V A Shepherd
Department of Biophysics, UNESCO Centre for Membrane Science and Technology, School of Physics, University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW 2052, Australia
Protoplasma 223:79-91. 2004..The complex inhomogeneous structure of the cytoplasm places in doubt previous measurements of cytoplasm-to-outside potential difference...