Cellulose microfibril alignment recovers from DCB-induced disruption despite microtubule disorganisation
Cellulose microfibril deposition patterns define the direction of plant cell expansion. To better understand how microfibril alignment is controlled, we examined microfibril orientation during cortical microtubule disruption using the temperature-sensitive mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana, mor1-1. In a previous study, it was shown that at restrictive temperature for mor1-1, cortical microtubules lose transverse orientation and cells lose growth anisotropy without any change in the parallel...[Show more]
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