The function of actin-binding proteins in pollen tube growth

@article{Ren2006TheFO,
  title={The function of actin-binding proteins in pollen tube growth},
  author={Haiyun Ren and Yun Xiang},
  journal={Protoplasma},
  year={2006},
  volume={230},
  pages={171-182}
}
Pollen tube growth is a key step in sexual reproduction of higher plants. The pollen tube is a typical example of tip-growing cells and shows a polarized cytoplasm. To develop and maintain polarized growth, pollen tubes need a carefully regulated actin cytoskeleton. It is well known that actin-binding proteins are responsible for the direct control of dynamic actin filaments and serve as a link between signal transduction pathways and dynamic actin changes in determining cellular architecture… CONTINUE READING

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