Ionic and osmotic disruptions of the lily pollen tube oscillator : testing proposed models

    Abstract

    Two mechanisms have been proposed as the primary control of oscillating tip growth in Lilium lon-giflorum Thunb. pollen tubes: changes in cell wall strength (Holdaway-Clarke et al. 1997) or alternatively, changes in turgor pressure (Messerli et al. 2000). Here we have modified the ionic and osmotic concentrations of the growth medium to test predictions… (More)

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    @inproceedings{IonicAO, title={Ionic and osmotic disruptions of the lily pollen tube oscillator : testing proposed models}, author={} }