The cytoskeleton as a regulator and target of biotic interactions in plants
The plant cytoskeleton is a highly dynamic and versatile intracellular scaffold composed of microtubules and actin microfilaments and plays an important role in many aspects of plant cell growth and development, including such fundamental processes as cell division, cell expansion, and intracellular organization and motility (Staiger, 2000; Wasteneys and Galway, 2003). During evolution, plants have developed mechanisms to exploit, survive, or minimize the negative impact of a diverse range of...[Show more]
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|Source:||Plant Physiology 136.4 (2004): 3864-3876|
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