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Mutation or drug-dependent microtubule disruption causes radial swelling without altering parallel cellulose microfibril deposition in Arabidopsis root cells

Date

2003

Authors

Sugimoto, K
Himmelspach, Regina
Williamson, Richard
Wasteneys, Geoffrey

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American Society of Plant Biologists

Abstract

As critical determinants of growth anisotropy in plants, cortical microtubules are thought to constrain the movement of cellulose synthase complexes and thus align newly deposited cellulose microfibrils. We tested this cellulose synthase constraint model

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Keywords: Anisotropy; Drug products; Mutagenesis; Swelling; Microfibrils; Plant cell culture; cellulose; nitrobenzene derivative; oryzalin; paclitaxel; sulfanilamide derivative; Arabidopsis; article; cell division; cytology; drug effect; genetics; growth, developme

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The Plant Cell

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