Anatomy of staminal hairs from Tradescantia as a background for translocation studies
Acta botanica neerlandica , Volume 24 - Issue 1 p. 1- 6
Longitudinal walls have a cuticle almost impermeable to water and sucrose and no ectodesmata. The interconnecting walls have plasmodesmata scattered over the wall; av. diam. 0.045 p.m, appr. 11 per pm2, covering 1.65 % of the wall area. This area, together with the cross-sectional area of the cytoplasmic layer between plasmalemma and tonoplast, gives an impression of capacity for transport through the cytoplasmic part of the symplasm. The two areas were compared.
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J.L. van Went, A.C. van Aelst, & P.M.L. Tammes. (1975). Anatomy of staminal hairs from Tradescantia as a background for translocation studies. Acta botanica neerlandica, 24(1), 1–6.
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