Glucose and ethylene signalling pathways converge to regulate trans-differentiation of epidermal transfer cells in Vicia narbonensis cotyledons.

@article{Andriunas2011GlucoseAE,
  title={Glucose and ethylene signalling pathways converge to regulate trans-differentiation of epidermal transfer cells in Vicia narbonensis cotyledons.},
  author={Felicity A. Andriunas and Hui-ming Zhang and Hans Weber and David W McCurdy and Christina E Offler and John W Patrick},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={68 6},
  pages={987-98}
}
Transfer cells are specialized transport cells containing invaginated wall ingrowths that provide an amplified plasma membrane surface area with high densities of transporter proteins. They trans-differentiate from differentiated cells at sites where enhanced rates of nutrient transport occur across apo/symplasmic boundaries. Despite their physiological importance, the signal(s) and signalling cascades responsible for initiating their trans-differentiation are poorly understood. In culture… CONTINUE READING
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