Transfer cell wall architecture: a contribution towards understanding localized wall deposition

@article{Talbot2002TransferCW,
  title={Transfer cell wall architecture: a contribution towards understanding localized wall deposition},
  author={Mark J. Talbot and Christina E Offler and David W McCurdy},
  journal={Protoplasma},
  year={2002},
  volume={219},
  pages={197-209}
}
A survey is presented of the architecture of secondary wall ingrowths in transfer cells from various taxa based on scanning electron microscopy. Wall ingrowths are a distinguishing feature of transfer cells and serve to amplify the plasma membrane surface area available for solute transport. Morphologically, two categories of ingrowths are recognized: reticulate and flange. Reticulate-type wall ingrowths are characterized by the deposition of small papillae that emerge from the underlying wall… CONTINUE READING

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