The cytological responses of tomato-seedling cotyledons to chilling and the influence of membrane modifications upon these responses

@article{Ilker2005TheCR,
  title={The cytological responses of tomato-seedling cotyledons to chilling and the influence of membrane modifications upon these responses},
  author={Reinfriede Ilker and Alan J. Waring and James M. Lyons and R. William Breidenbach},
  journal={Protoplasma},
  year={2005},
  volume={90},
  pages={229-252}
}
Tomato seedlings were exposed to 3 days of chilling at 5 °C in both the presence and absence of 5 mM ethanolamine. An array of pathological responses could be seen at both the light and electron microscope levels: apparent loss of cell turgor, vacuolization, reduction in the apparent volume of both the cytoplasm and the vacuolar protein bodies, apparent deposition of new material in the cell walls, general disorganization of organelles, especially plastids, and a general loss of cytoplasmic… CONTINUE READING

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