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An NMR method with a pulsed magnetic field gradient was applied to study changes in water permeability of the vacuolar symplast in maize (Zea mays L.) seedling roots treated with various inhibitors of cell metabolism. The results were qualitatively analogous to literature data on conductivity changes of intercellular gap junctions in animal cells exposed to… (More)
It is shown by electron microscopy that, in maize root cells, there is close contact between the membrane of the endoplasmic reticulum and the plasmalemma. A qualitative preliminary comparison is conducted between these contacts and high-permeability intercellular contacts in animals.
The problem of the existence of a continuous transcellular association of internal spaces of endoplasmic reticulum (ER) and central vacuoles of next cells into a single system (vacuolar symplast) containing within the plastids and mitochondria in plant tissues is discussed. Based on the original experimental data obtained by NMR spectroscopy and electron… (More)