The structural organization of plant protoplasm in the light of micrurgy

@article{Scarth2005TheSO,
  title={The structural organization of plant protoplasm in the light of micrurgy},
  author={G. W. Scarth},
  journal={Protoplasma},
  year={2005},
  volume={2},
  pages={189-205}
}
Micro-surgery of plant cells shows that the impression of fluidity which one gets from mere microscopic observation is illusory. The cytoplasm in fact is always more or less elastic, even when “streaming”. Moreover only a portion of its substance moves, so that there is no inherent difficulty in assuming a structural basis of organization. The resting nucleus, also, is not devoid of structure, as is claimed to be the case in animal cells. Sometimes a gelatinous framework is conspicuous, and… CONTINUE READING

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