Comparative in situ analysis reveals the dynamic nature of sclerenchyma cell walls of the fern Asplenium rutifolium

@article{Leroux2018ComparativeIS,
  title={Comparative in situ analysis reveals the dynamic nature of sclerenchyma cell walls of the fern Asplenium rutifolium},
  author={O. Leroux and M. Eder and Friederike Saxe and J. Dunlop and Z. Popper and R. Viane and J. Knox},
  journal={Annals of Botany},
  year={2018},
  volume={121},
  pages={345–358}
}
Background and Aims A key structural adaptation of vascular plants was the evolution of specialized vascular and mechanical tissues, innovations likely to have generated novel cell wall architectures. While collenchyma is a strengthening tissue typically found in growing organs of angiosperms, a similar tissue occurs in the petiole of the fern Asplenium rutifolium. Methods The in situ cell wall (ultra)structure and composition of this tissue was investigated and characterized mechanically as… Expand
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