Interrelation between the spatial disposition of actin filaments and microtubules during the differentiation of tracheary elements in culturedZinnia cells

Reticulate bundles of microtubules and aggregates of actin filaments emerged beneath the plasma membrane almost simultaneously, immediately before the start of the deposition of the secondary wall

H. Kobayashi

2005

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  • Reticulate bundles of microtubules and aggregates of actin filaments emerged beneath the plasma membrane almost simultaneously, immediately before the start of the deposition of the secondary wall
  • The aggregates of actin filaments extended preferentially in the direction transverse to the long axis of the cell, and the arrays of bundles of microtubules which were still present between the aggregates of actin filaments became transversely aligned
  • The deposition of the secondary walls took place along the transversely aligned bundles of microtubules

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