Methods for studying cell division in higher plants.

@article{Vos1999MethodsFS,
  title={Methods for studying cell division in higher plants.},
  author={J. Vos and A. H. Valster and P. K. Hepler},
  journal={Methods in cell biology},
  year={1999},
  volume={61},
  pages={
          413-37
        }
}
  • J. Vos, A. H. Valster, P. K. Hepler
  • Published 1999
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Methods in cell biology
  • Publisher Summary This chapter discusses the methods for studying cell division in higher plants. The study of mitosis and cytokinesis in cells of higher plants has a long and distinguished history. From the outset, the distinct parallels in mitotic processes between plant and animal cells have been apparent, leading to the conclusion that a similar substructure and mechanism underlies both. However, it was also recognized early that there are notable differences. Mitotic plant cells, for… CONTINUE READING
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