1998 journal article

Growth dynamics and cytoskeleton organization during stem maturation and gravity-induced stem bending in Zea mays L.

PLANTA, 207(2), 246–258.

By: D. Collings n, H. Winter n, S. Wyatt n & N. Allen n

Contributors: D. Collings n, H. Winter n, S. Wyatt n & N. Allen n

author keywords: actin; cell elongation; gravitropism; microtubule; pulvinus; Zea (gravitropism)
MeSH headings : Cell Wall; Cytoskeleton / physiology; Cytoskeleton / ultrastructure; Gravitation; Gravitropism / physiology; Gravity Sensing; Microscopy, Electron; Microtubules / physiology; Microtubules / ultrastructure; Plant Stems / growth & development; Plant Stems / ultrastructure; Pulvinus / growth & development; Pulvinus / ultrastructure; Time Factors; Zea mays / growth & development; Zea mays / ultrastructure
TL;DR: Characterization of gravitropic bending in the maize stem pulvinus, a tissue that functions specifically in gravity responses, demonstrates that the Pulvinus is an ideal system for studying gravitroism. (via Semantic Scholar)
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