Membranes in lupin root nodules. I. The role of Golgi bodies in the biogenesis of infection threads and peribacteroid membranes.

@article{Robertson1978MembranesIL,
  title={Membranes in lupin root nodules. I. The role of Golgi bodies in the biogenesis of infection threads and peribacteroid membranes.},
  author={J. Gordon Robertson and P Lyttleton and Stanley Bullivant and G F Grayston},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={1978},
  volume={30},
  pages={129-49}
}
The process of infection of lupin nodule cells by rhizobia was examined using thin-section and freeze-fracture electron-microscopic techniques to characterize the properties of different membranes and to establish relationships between them. The membranes of the Golgi bodies and the endoplasmic reticulum stained with zinc iodide-osmium tetroxide but not with phosphotungstic acid or silver. By contrast the infection thread membranes, peribacteroid membranes, plasma membranes and membranes of… CONTINUE READING
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