Stomatal cell wall composition: distinctive structural patterns associated with different phylogenetic groups

@inproceedings{Shtein2017StomatalCW,
  title={Stomatal cell wall composition: distinctive structural patterns associated with different phylogenetic groups},
  author={Ilana Shtein and Yaniv Shelef and Ziv Marom and Einat Zelinger and Amnon Schwartz and Zo{\"e} A Popper and Benny Bar-On and Smadar Harpaz-Saad},
  booktitle={Annals of botany},
  year={2017}
}
Background and Aims Stomatal morphology and function have remained largely conserved throughout ∼400 million years of plant evolution. However, plant cell wall composition has evolved and changed. Here stomatal cell wall composition was investigated in different vascular plant groups in attempt to understand their possible effect on stomatal function. Methods A renewed look at stomatal cell walls was attempted utilizing digitalized polar microscopy, confocal microscopy, histology and a… CONTINUE READING

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