Symplasmic Intercellular Communication through Plasmodesmata
AbstractCommunication between cells is an essential process for developing and maintaining multicellular collaboration during plant development and physiological adaptation in response to environmental stimuli. The intercellular movement of proteins and RNAs in addition to the movement of small nutrients or signaling molecules such as sugars and phytohormones has emerged as a novel mechanism of cell-to-cell signaling in plants. As a strategy for efficient intercellular communication and long-distance molecule movement, plants have evolved plant-specific symplasmic communication networks via plasmodesmata (PDs) and the phloem. View Full-Text
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Kim, Jae-Yean. 2018. "Symplasmic Intercellular Communication through Plasmodesmata." Plants 7, no. 1: 23.
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