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Plasmodesmata

Author: K J Oparka; Wiley InterScience (Online service)
Publisher: Oxford, UK ; Ames, Iowa, USA : Blackwell Pub., ©2005.
Series: Annual plant reviews, v. 18.
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Since their discovery over 100 years ago, plasmodesmata have been the focus of intense investigation. Plasmodesmata are unique to plants and form an intercellular continuum for the transport of solutes, signals and ribonucleoprotein complexes. It is now clear that plasmodesmata formation and regulation are central to a diverse range of plant functions that include developmental programming, host-pathogen  Read more...
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Plasmodesmata.
Oxford, UK ; Ames, Iowa, USA : Blackwell Pub., ©2005
(DLC) 2004023460
(OCoLC)56753329
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: K J Oparka; Wiley InterScience (Online service)
ISBN: 9780470988572 0470988576 9780470994146 0470994142
OCLC Number: 184983421
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 311 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Contents: Cover --
Contents --
Contributors --
Preface --
1 Plasmodesmal structure and development --
1.1 Introduction --
1.2 Structure of plasmodesmata --
1.2.1 Formation of plasmodesmata --
1.2.2 General structure --
1.2.3 Historical notes on plasmodesmatal research --
1.2.4 The advent of electron microscopy --
1.2.5 Intercellular transport --
1.3 Additional components of plasmodesmata --
1.3.1 The cytoskeleton and cytoskeletal-associated proteins --
1.3.2 Callose --
1.3.3 Additional components of plasmodesmata --
1.4 Developmental changes to plasmodesmata --
1.4.1 Branched plasmodesmata --
1.4.2 Loss, reduction or occlusion of plasmodesmata --
1.4.3 Formation of secondary plasmodesmata --
1.4.4 The future --
Acknowledgements --
References --
2 Evolution of plasmodesmata --
2.1 Introduction --
2.2 The distribution of plasmodesmata among extant photosynthetic organisms --
2.3 The phylogeny of photosynthetic organisms and its relation to the occurrence of plasmodesmata --
2.4 Functional aspects of the distribution and evolution of plasmodesmata --
2.4.1 Background --
2.4.2 Cyanobacteria --
2.4.3 Chlorophyta --
2.4.4 Heterokontophyta --
2.4.5 Conclusions --
2.5 Functioning of complex photosynthetic organisms which lack plasmodesmata --
2.5.1 Introduction --
2.5.2 Multicellular algae lacking plasmodesmata or analogues of plasmodesmata --
2.5.3 Rhodophyta and pit plugs: (trans)mission impossible? --
2.5.4 Morphologically complex acellular macroalgae --
2.5.5 Symbioses of (mainly) unicellular algae with fungi and metazoan --
2.6 Conclusions --
Note --
References --
3 Plasmodesmata: protein transport signals and receptors --
3.1 Introduction --
3.2 Components of the PD transport pathway --
3.2.1 Principles of signal-mediated protein transport --
3.2.2 Putative PD pathway components --
3.2.3 NCAPP1 8211; the initial PD receptor --
3.2.4 Potential role of the cytoskeleton in the PD transport pathway --
3.2.5 HSP70-related proteins and the PD transport pathway --
3.2.6 Potential role of ISE1 8211; a mutant plant with impaired PD function --
3.2.7 A PD pathway model --
3.3 Identifying PD transport signal(s) --
3.3.1 Definition of a targeting signal --
3.3.2 KNOTTED1 8211; existence of a PD-targeting and SEL increase signal --
3.3.3 Phloem Thioredoxin h 8211; charged amino acids as PD motifs --
3.3.4 Proteolytic processing facilitates transport of CmPP36 --
3.3.5 A short PD-targeting motif in phloem HSC70 --
3.3.6 The elusive nature of PD-targeting signals --
3.4 Conclusions and future prospects --
Acknowledgements --
References --
4 Comparative structures of specialised monocotyledonous leaf blade plasmodesmata --
4.1 Introduction --
4.2 Maturity-related changes in plasmodesmatal structure --
4.3 The plasmodesmatal cell wall interfaces in monocot leaves --
4.4 Plasmodesmata crossing the suberin lamella 8211; constrictions and asymmetry --
4.5 Regulation at the neck 8211; structural considerations --
4.6 Changes in wall structure and plasmodesmatal form 8211; secondary modification --
References --
5 Plasmodesmata and plant morphogenesis --
5.1 Introduction --
5.2 Role of PD and symplasmic domain boundaries during plant development --
5.3 Generic changes in structure and function of PD during different developmental processes --
5.3.1 PD type and frequency --
5.3.2 PD are dynamic --
5.3.3 PD are passageway.
Series Title: Annual plant reviews, v. 18.
Responsibility: edited by Karl J. Oparka.
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