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BACKGROUND AND AIMS Cell wall pectins and arabinogalactan proteins (AGPs) are important for pollen tube growth. The aim of this work was to study the temporal and spatial dynamics of these compounds(More)
In plant organs and tissues, the neutral storage lipids are confined to discrete spherical organelles called oil bodies. Oil bodies from plant seeds contain 0.6-3% proteins, including oleosins,(More)
The plant hormone auxin plays a critical role in regulating plant growth and development. Recent advances have been made that having improved our understanding of auxin response pathways, primarily(More)
Spatial distribution of poly(A) RNA, hypophosphorylated Pol IIA, and hyperphosphorylated Pol IIO form of polymerase RNA II was characterized using immunofluorescence, immunogold and fluorescence in(More)
Cell wall components in the pistil are involved in cell–cell recognition, nutrition and regulation of pollen tube growth. The aim of this work was to study the level, whole-organ distribution, and(More)