The apoplast of higher plants: compartment of storage, transport and reactions the significance of the apoplast for the mineral nutrition of higher plants /
It was the botanist Ernst Münch, who separated the plant into two principal compartments, the "dead" apoplast and the living symplast. Only during the last 20 years cell walls attracted the interest of a broader group of plant scientists. We know today that apoplastic functions are much mo...
|Other Authors:||Sattelmacher, Burkhard, 1947-2005., Horst, W. J., SpringerLink (Online service)|
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