Light-triggered pH Banding Profile in Chara Cells Revealed with a Scanning pH Microprobe and its Relation to Self-Organization Phenomenaстатья

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[1] Light-triggered ph banding profile in chara cells revealed with a scanning ph microprobe and its relation to self-organization phenomena / A. A. Bulychev, A. A. Polezhaev, S. V. Zykov et al. // Journal of Theoretical Biology. — 2001. — Vol. 212, no. 3. — P. 275–294. When exposed to light, Characean cells develop a pattern of alternating alkaline and acid bands along the cell length. The bands were identified with a tip-sensitive antimony pH microelectrode positioned near one end ofChara internode at a distance of 50–100 μm from the cell wall. The stage with Chara cell was moved along its longitudinal axis at a computer-controlled speed (100 or 200 μm s−1) relative to the pH probe over a distance of 50 mm. Under sufficient uniform illumination of the cell (from 100 to 2.5 W m−2), the homogeneous pH distribution becomes unstable and a banding pattern is formed, the spatial scale of which decreases with the light intensity. If the cell is locally illuminated, bands are formed only in the region of illumination. It is shown that the inhibition of cyclosis by cytochalasin B leads to the disappearance of the banding pattern. The addition of ammonium (weak base) inhibited the banding pattern, whereas acetate (weak acid) alleviated the inhibitory effect of ammonium and restored the pH banding. A model explaining the observed phenomena is formulated in terms of proton concentration outside and bicarbonate concentration inside the cell. It contains two diffusion equations for the corresponding ions with nonlinear boundary conditions determined by ion transport processes across the cell membrane. The model qualitatively explains most of the experimental observations. It describes the dependence of the pattern characteristics on the light intensity and reveals the role of cyclosis in this phenomenon. [ DOI ]

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