Plastid tubules of higher plants are tissue-specific and developmentally regulated.

  title={Plastid tubules of higher plants are tissue-specific and developmentally regulated.},
  author={Rainer Hans K{\"o}hler and Maureen R Hanson},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  volume={113 ( Pt 1)},
Green fluorescent stroma filled tubules (stromules) emanating from the plastid surface were observed in transgenic plants containing plastid-localized green fluorescent protein (GFP). These transgenic tobacco plants were further investigated by epifluorescence and confocal laser scanning microscopy (CSLM) to identify developmental and/or cell type specific differences in the abundance and appearance of stromules and of plastids. Stromules are rarely seen on chlorophyll-containing plastids in… CONTINUE READING
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