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From:Science (Vol. 270, Issue 5244) Peer-ReviewedPlasmodesmata are intercellular organelles in plants that establish cytoplasmic continuity between neighboring cells. Microinjection studies showed that plasmodesmata facilitate the cell-to-cell transport of a...
From:Science (Vol. 270, Issue 5244) Peer-ReviewedPlasmodesmata, the cytoplasmic channels for communication between plant cells, had been thought to transport only small metabolites and growth homrones, unless corrupted by viruses. New research shows that they can...
From:Annual Review of Microbiology (Vol. 54) Peer-ReviewedKey Words plant viruses, plasmodesmata, cell-to-cell movement, Agrobacterium, nuclear import, T-DNA integration * Abstract Many microbes "genetically invade" plants by introducing DNA or RNA molecules into the host...
From:Science (Vol. 246, Issue 4928) Peer-ReviewedMovement Protein of Tobacco Mosaic Virus Modifies Plasmodesmatal Size Exclusion Limit PLASMODESMATA ARE NARROW strands of cytoplasm that penetrate adjoining cell walls to interconnect plant cells, thus forming a...
From:Science (Vol. 270, Issue 5244) Peer-ReviewedThe movement protein of tobacco mosaic tobamovirus and related viruses is essential for the cell-to-cell spread of infection and, in part, determines the host range of the virus. Movement protein (MP) was fused with the...
From:The Scientist (Vol. 16, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedLong ago, viruses learned how to modify plasmodesmata to facilitate movement of their genomic RNA between cells. For years, botanists wondered if these pathogens had invented a new mechanism, or had hijacked an...
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