Multiple vacuoles in plant cells.

  title={Multiple vacuoles in plant cells.},
  author={John C. Rogers},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  volume={146 3},
  pages={1024-5; author reply 1026-7}
After one retires, it is a pleasant surprise to learn that one’s prior publications are being mentioned in the current literature. In this regard, two articles in the December 2007 issue of Plant Physiology pay me the compliment of challenging some of our published work, and it is my honor to respond. Hunter et al. (2007) and Olbrich et al. (2007) separately challenge the hypothesis that plant cells contain functionally distinct types of vacuoles, in which tonoplast intrinsic protein (TIP… CONTINUE READING


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