Microtubule organization in the green kingdon: Chaos or self order
Plant microtubule arrays differ fundamentally from their animal, fungal and protistan counterparts. These differences largely reflect the requirements of plant composite polymer cell walls and probably also relate to the acquisition of chloroplasts. Plant microtubules are usually dispersed and lack conspicuous organizing centres. The key to understanding this dispersed nature is the identification of proteins that interact with and regulate the spatial and dynamic properties of microtubules....[Show more]
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