Methyl jasmonate affects morphology, number and activity of endoplasmic reticulum bodies in Raphanus sativus root cells.

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The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) bodies are ER-derived structures that are found in Brassicaceae species and thought to play a role in defense. Here, we have investigated the occurrence, distribution and function of ER bodies in root cells of Raphanus sativus using a combination of microscopic and biochemical methods. We have also assessed the response of ER… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/pcp/pcu141

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@article{Gott2015MethylJA, title={Methyl jasmonate affects morphology, number and activity of endoplasmic reticulum bodies in Raphanus sativus root cells.}, author={Maxime Gott{\'e} and Rajgourab Ghosh and Sophie Bernard and Eric Nguema-Ona and Ma{\"{i}t{\'e} Vicr{\'e}-Gibouin and Ikuko Hara-Nishimura and Azeddine Driouich}, journal={Plant & cell physiology}, year={2015}, volume={56 1}, pages={61-72} }