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Restricted access of proteins to mannan polysaccharides in intact plant cell walls.
How the diverse polysaccharides present in plant cell walls are assembled and interlinked into functional composites is not known in detail. Here, using two novel monoclonal antibodies and aExpand
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Gynoecial anatomy and development in Cyperoideae (Cyperaceae, Poales): congenital fusion of carpels facilitates evolutionary modifications in pistil structure
Background and aims – In Cyperaceae, the single-ovuled, usually triangular gynoecia are widely considered to have a basic number of three carpels, often reduced to two, resulting in dimerous pistils.Expand
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Collenchyma: a versatile mechanical tissue with dynamic cell walls.
  • O. Leroux
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Annals of botany
  • 1 November 2012
BACKGROUND Collenchyma has remained in the shadow of commercially exploited mechanical tissues such as wood and fibres, and therefore has received little attention since it was first described.Expand
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A new preparation method to study fresh plant structures with X‐ray computed tomography
Since the development of X‐ray computed tomography as a medical diagnostic tool, it was adapted and extended for many scientific applications, including plant structure research. As for manyExpand
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Legal admissibility of electronic evidence1
The use of computers and digital media in unlawful activities has increased so dramatically that investigation of any criminal activity may nowadays produce electronic evidence. Expand
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Who Is in There? Exploration of Endophytic Bacteria within the Siphonous Green Seaweed Bryopsis (Bryopsidales, Chlorophyta)
Associations between marine seaweeds and bacteria are widespread, with endobiotic bacterial-algal interactions being described for over 40 years. Also within the siphonous marine green alga Bryopsis,Expand
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Mitochondrial Defects Confer Tolerance against Cellulose Deficiency
Mitochondrial mutations confer resistance towards cellulose inhibitors, indicating communication between mitochondria and the cell wall to cope with stresses that affect cell wall integrity. BecauseExpand
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Dihydrofolate Reductase/Thymidylate Synthase Fine-Tunes the Folate Status and Controls Redox Homeostasis in Plants
The Arabidopsis DHFR-TS (dihydrofolate reductase-thymidylate synthase) isoform THY3 operates as an inhibitor of its family members, thereby regulating folate and NADPH availability in cells. FolatesExpand
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Comparative glycan profiling of Ceratopteris richardii 'C-Fern' gametophytes and sporophytes links cell-wall composition to functional specialization.
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Innovations in vegetative and reproductive characters were key factors in the evolutionary history of land plants and most of these transformations, including dramatic changes inExpand
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An extensin-rich matrix lines the carinal canals in Equisetum ramosissimum, which may function as water-conducting channels.
BACKGROUND AND AIMS The anatomy of Equisetum stems is characterized by the occurrence of vallecular and carinal canals. Previous studies on the carinal canals in several Equisetum species suggestExpand
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