A new interpretation of plasmodesmatal ultrastructure

@article{Robards1968ANI,
  title={A new interpretation of plasmodesmatal ultrastructure},
  author={Anthony William Robards},
  journal={Planta},
  year={1968},
  volume={82},
  pages={200-210}
}
It is shown that simple, unbranched, plasmodesmata between young xylem ray cells of willow have no direct intercellular continuity apart from the plasmalemma which limits the cytoplasm and lines the plasmodesmatal canal. Each plasmodesma is traversed by a 200 Å diameter tubule (the desmotubule) which has a wall with probably 11 subunits arranged around a central cavity through which runs a 40 Å diameter rod. This rod is connected to the inside of the tubule wall, by fine filaments. At the ends… CONTINUE READING
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