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- Soukup, Milan; Martinka, Michal; Cigáň, Marek; Ravaszová, Frederika; Lux, Alexander
- Planta 2014 v.240 no.6 pp. 1365-1372
- Sorghum bicolor; endodermis; fluorescence microscopy; image analysis; light microscopy; new methods; pH; phytoliths; roots; silica; sodium silicate
- ... Silica phytoliths are microscopic structures of amorphous hydrated silica (SiO₂·nH₂O) formed by specialized plant cells. Besides their biological roles, physical, chemical, and structural properties of biogenic silica offer a wide spectrum of applications in many fields of industry and technology. Therefore, processes involved in their formation recently become a very interesting topic to study. H ...
- Zajączkowska, Urszula
- Planta 2014 v.240 no.6 pp. 1203-1211
- Pseudotsuga menziesii; auxins; cell polarity; computer software; forests; image analysis; models; parenchyma; stumps; tracheids
- ... MAIN CONCLUSION : Stump overgrowth may serve as a unique model for studying cellular reorganization and mechanisms responsible for cell polarity changes during the process of vascular tissue differentiation from initially unorganized parenchymatous cells. Cellular ordering and tissue reorganization during the overgrowth process of the transverse surfaces of Douglas fir stumps in forest stand was s ...
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