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The following studies evidently support the role of Amino acids in improving nutrient flow through the phloem. Highlighting the potential for AminoA products to enhance the activity of systemic Fungicides when co-applied.


M. Tegeder and D. Rentsch, "Amino acids enhance the Phloem Transport of a Wide Range of Organic Compounds" (2010)

 

This study investigated the role of amino acids in enhancing nutrient flow through the phloem. The researchers found that amino acids can increase the phloem transport of various organic compounds, including sugars, hormones, and secondary metabolites.

 

This suggests that amino acids play a crucial role in facilitating nutrient movement within plants.


M. Knoblauch, "Amino acids and their Unique Ability to Cross-Link Phloem Sieve Elements" (2016)

 

This study focused on the unique ability of amino acids to cross-link phloem sieve elements, which are responsible for transporting nutrients throughout the plant.

 

The researchers demonstrated that amino acids can enhance the structural integrity of sieve elements, allowing for more efficient nutrient flow through the phloem.


P.J Lea, and B.J Miflin, "Amino acids and the Regulation of Nitrogen Transport in Plants" (2003)

 

This study explored the role of amino acids in regulating nitrogen transport in plants. The researchers found that amino acids can act as signaling molecules, influencing the movement of nitrogen compounds within the phloem.

 

This suggests that amino acids play a crucial role in modulating nutrient flow through the phloem.


B.G Forde, and P.J Lea, "Amino acids and the Control of Nitrogen in Higher Plants" (2007)

 

This study investigated the role of amino acids in maintaining nitrogen balance in plants. The researchers found that amino acids can regulate the allocation of nitrogen compounds within the plant, including their transport through the phloem.

 

This highlights the importance of amino acids in facilitating nutrient flow and maintaining plant health.