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New Views On The Plant Cytoskeleton

G. Wasteneys, Z. Yang
Published 2004 · Biology, Medicine

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The advance of modern approaches in cell research, including genomics, proteomics, molecular genetics, and new and improved imaging technologies, is changing our views on the form, the function, and the regulation of the plant cytoskeleton. Ever since their discovery in plant cells in the 1960s and
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