Experimental approaches used to quantify physical parameters at cellular and subcellular levels.

@article{Geitmann2006ExperimentalAU,
  title={Experimental approaches used to quantify physical parameters at cellular and subcellular levels.},
  author={Anja Geitmann},
  journal={American journal of botany},
  year={2006},
  volume={93 10},
  pages={1380-90}
}
From a mechanical point of view, plant and hyphal cells are more complex than their animal counterparts because the variety of structural components determining cellular architecture is broader. In addition to cytoskeletal elements and the plasma membrane, the cell wall and turgor pressure equip plant and hyphal cells with structures analogous to an exoskeleton and a hydroskeleton, respectively. To quantify the physical properties of plant and hyphal cells, researchers have developed a plethora… CONTINUE READING

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