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Arabinogalactan-proteins In The Multiple Domains Of The Plant Cell Surface

M. Serpe, E. Nothnagel
Published 1999 · Biology

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Publisher Summary This chapter discusses arabinogrrlactan-proteins in the multiple domains of the plant cell surface. It examines recent information on the structure, expression and function of arabinogalactan-proteins, a class of plant proteoglycans with very broad taxonomic and anatomic distributions. Plants typically produce at least several arabinogalactan-proteins that exhibit heterogeneity in both the predominant ( > 90%) carbohydrate portion and in the polypeptide core. Developmentally regulated expression and various other lines of evidence indicate that arabinogalactan-proteins faction in p h t development, although precise functions remain to be identified. The approach in this chapter is to discuss the structure and function of arabinogalactan-proteins with special consideration to their localization in three domains of the plant cell surface: the aqueous phase of the cell wall and extracellular spaces; the solid phase of the cell wall; and the surface of the plasma membrane.
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