The cyclic reorientation of cortical microtubules on walls with a crossed polylamellate structure: effects of plant hormones and an inhibitor of protein kinases on the progression of the cycle

@article{Mayumi2005TheCR,
  title={The cyclic reorientation of cortical microtubules on walls with a crossed polylamellate structure: effects of plant hormones and an inhibitor of protein kinases on the progression of the cycle},
  author={Keiko Mayumi and Hiroh Shibaoka},
  journal={Protoplasma},
  year={2005},
  volume={195},
  pages={112-122}
}
The outer tangential wall (OTW) of epidermal cells of azuki bean epicotyls has a crossed polylamellate structure, in which lamellae of longitudinal cellulose microfibrils alternate with lamellae of transverse cellulose microfibrils. This implies that the cyclic reorientation of cortical microtubules (MTs) from longitudinal to transverse and from transverse to longitudinal occurs on the OTW. Treatment with a solution that contained no auxin caused the accumulation of cells with longitudinal MTs… CONTINUE READING

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