When plants are exposed to HM (Al, Cd, Cu etc.), they accumulate callose at plasmodesmata
causing alteration in their permeability (De Storme and Geelen, 2014).
The structure of syncytia induced by the phytoparasitic nematode Nacobbus aberrans in tomato roots and the possible role of the plasmodesmata
in their nutrition.
Graft union formation and cell-to-cell communication via plasmodesmata
in compatible and incompatible stem unions ofPrunus spp.
This hypothesis is supported by evidence observed from the study of sap collected from the xylem of sugarcane stems, which was very close with the phloem (Welbaum et al., 1992), moreover, it was observed that a fluorescent dye loaded into leaves is unloaded in the phloem of stem and move symplastically via plasmodesmata
into the stem parenchyma cells (Rae et al., 2005).
Outside the nucleus TGBp1L88 was demonstrated to reside at the cell wall as small punctate aggregates, which suggests its association with plasmodesmata
. On the contrary, TGBp1P88 was diffusely distributed throughout the cytoplasm.
Consequently, the rupture of plasmodesmata
led to the isolation of a cell or groups of cells and formation of the pro-embryos.
Changes in the occurrence and ultrastructure of plasmodesmata
in antheridia of Chara vulgaris L., during different stages of spermatogenesis.
###Virion strand###BC1###Nuclear shuttle protein Need to alter the structure of plasmodesmata
Cell-to-cell transport through plasmodesmata
in tree callus cultures.
ROS has been associated with both increased and decreased intercellular transport via plasmodesmata
The main characteristics that distinguish members of the order Trentepohliales from other green chlorophycean algae are as follows: differentiated reproductive cells; the presence of [beta]-carotene and haematochrome (i.e., astaxanthin), which color the algal thallus yellow, orange, or red; the absence of a pyrenoid in the chloroplasts; unique flagellar apparatus; and transverse cell walls with plasmodesmata