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Characterisation of programmed cell death during aerenchyma formation induced by ethylene or hypoxia in roots of maize(Zea mays L.)
Abstract. Aerenchyma is a tissue type characterised by prominent intercellular spaces which enhance flooding tolerance in some plant species by facilitating gas diffusion between roots and the aerialExpand
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Truncated myosin XI tail fusions inhibit peroxisome, Golgi, and mitochondrial movement in tobacco leaf epidermal cells: a genetic tool for the next generation
Although organelle movement in higher plants is predominantly actin-based, potential roles for the 17 predicted Arabidopsis myosins in motility are only just emerging. It is shown here that twoExpand
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Rapid changes in cell wall pectic polysaccharides are closely associated with early stages of aerenchyma formation, a spatially localized form of programmed cell death in roots of maize ( Zea mays
Aerenchyma formation in roots of maize ( Zea mays L.) involves programmed death of cortical cells that is promoted by exogenous ethylene (1 µ µ µ L L − 1 ) or by endogenous ethylene produced inExpand
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Organization of transport from endoplasmic reticulum to Golgi in higher plants.
In plant cells, the organization of the Golgi apparatus and its interrelationships with the endoplasmic reticulum differ from those in mammalian and yeast cells. Endoplasmic reticulum and GolgiExpand
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Plant VAP27 proteins: domain characterization, intracellular localization and role in plant development.
The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) is connected to the plasma membrane (PM) through the plant-specific NETWORKED protein, NET3C, and phylogenetically conserved vesicle-associated membraneExpand
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Retention of maize auxin-binding protein in the endoplasmic reticulum: quantifying escape and the role of auxin
Abstract. The localisation of maize (Zea mays L.) auxin-binding protein (ABP1) has been studied using a variety of techniques. At the whole-tissue level, tissue printing indicated that ABP1 isExpand
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Electron Microscopy of Plant Cells
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High-Resolution Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Reveals the Contrasting Subcellular Distribution of Arsenic and Silicon in Rice Roots1[C][W][OA]
Rice (Oryza sativa) takes up arsenite mainly through the silicic acid transport pathway. Understanding the uptake and sequestration of arsenic (As) into the rice plant is important for developingExpand
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Actin-dependent vacuolar occupancy of the cell determines auxin-induced growth repression
Significance Control of cell size is fundamentally different in animals and plants. The actin cytoskeleton has a direct impact on the control of cell size in animals, but its mechanistic contributionExpand
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Localization and interactions between Arabidopsis auxin biosynthetic enzymes in the TAA/YUC-dependent pathway
The growth regulator auxin is involved in all key developmental processes in plants. A complex network of a multiplicity of potential biosynthetic pathways as well as transport, signalling plusExpand
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