This fact confirms that the aerenchyma
present in the knotgrass can positively influence the degradation process of chlorpyrifos, transferring oxygen to the root zone.
is a modified parenchymal tissue related to gas storage and is critical for plant survival in aquatic or flooding environments (Insausti et al.
Distinct mechanisms for aerenchyma
formation in leaf sheaths of rice genotypes displaying a quiescence or escape strategy for flooding tolerance.
Root growth, aerenchyma
development, and oxygen transport in rice genotypes subjected to drought and waterlogging.
The formation of adventitious roots, aerenchyma
and hypertrophied lenticels is strongly associated with the survival of T.
It is known that plants grown in HSF-CWs are capable of incorporating air by their leaves, transferring it to the rhizomes and roots via aerenchyma
, resulting in aerobic sites near the roots, which facilitate the degradation of organic material (Matos, Freitas, Brasil, & Borges, 2010; Zhang et al.
Methane produced in an anaerobic-flooded paddy soil is mainly transported to the atmosphere through the aerenchyma
of rice plants [3-5].
exclusion and salt resistance of wheat (Triticuma estivum) in saline-water logged conditions are improved by the development of adventitious nodal roots and cortical root aerenchyma
2] down from the shoots into the roots (Colmer and Voesenek 2009), as well as its ability to produce specialised roots with aerenchyma
(van der Moezel et al.
pneumatophores and aerenchyma
development in roots and stem bases.
In a cross section, the protein substance around the egg forms a considerably thick layer consisting of thin sheets delimiting numerous air spaces, the structure being similar to the aerenchyma
of the petiole of E.
The female inserted the eggs into the aerenchyma
of the petiole, near the upper part of the plant.