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The role of actin in root hair morphogenesis: studies with lipochito-oligosaccharide as a growth stimulator and cytochalasin as an actin perturbing drug
Summary Root hairs develop from bulges on root epidermal cells and elongate by tip growth, in which Golgi vesicles are targeted, released and inserted into the plasma membrane on one side of theExpand
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From signal to form: aspects of the cytoskeleton-plasma membrane-cell wall continuum in root hair tips.
Root hairs are excellent cells for the study of the exocytotic process that leads to growth in higher plants, because the exocytotic event takes place locally and because the cells are directlyExpand
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SPECTRIN‐LIKE PROTEINS IN GREEN ALGAE (DESMIDIACEAE)
Immunochemical detection of actin as well as spectrin‐like proteins have been carried out in the green algae Micrasterias denticulata, Closterium lunula, and Euastrum oblongum. In these algae, actinExpand
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Shear-induced structuring as a tool to make anisotropic materials using soy protein concentrate
This research presents the formation of anisotropic, and partly fibrous, semi-solid structures with Soy Protein Concentrate (SPC) using the concept of shear-induced structuring. The morphological andExpand
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Chemical changes and increased degradability of wheat straw and oak wood chips treated with the white rot fungi Ceriporiopsis subvermispora and Lentinula edodes
Abstract Wheat straw and oak wood chips were incubated with Ceriporiopsis subvermispora and Lentinula edodes for 8 weeks. Samples from the fungal treated substrates were collected every week forExpand
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Calcium Imaging of GPCR Activation Using Arrays of Reverse Transfected HEK293 Cells in a Microfluidic System
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Reverse-transfected cell arrays in microfluidic systems have great potential to perform large-scale parallel screening of G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) activation. Expand
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Running head : Strigolactones and root system architecture Corresponding author :
In the present study, the role of the recently identified class of phytohormones, strigolactones, in shaping root architecture was addressed. Primary root lengths of strigolactone deficient andExpand