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Cytomorphogenesis in Plants by U. B. Sleytr (auth.), Prof. Dr. Oswald Kiermayer (eds.)

By U. B. Sleytr (auth.), Prof. Dr. Oswald Kiermayer (eds.)

In 1958 E. BUNNING released a booklet within the former sequence "Proto­ plasmatologia" entitled "Polaritat und inaquale Teilung des pflanzlichen Protoplasten" (polarity and unequal department of the plant protoplast) within which for the 1st time result of experimental plant cytomorphogenesis have been re­ considered. This ebook was once dependent thoroughly on gentle microscopic observations and quite basic experimental concepts. on account that then our wisdom of easy cytomorphogenetic mechanisms has enormously elevated, specifically with the advent of contemporary ultrastructural, biochemical and complex experi­ psychological tools in order that the sector of cytomorphogenesis in our days may be thought of a separate self-discipline in the common box of telephone biology. This e-book, "Cytomorphogenesis in Plants", represents an important try to collect present wisdom during this box of study on a similar foundation. regrettably huge, immense gaps in our figuring out of the underlying rules of cytomorphogenetic occasions nonetheless exist. as a result it appeared cause­ capable of current a publication composed of person chapters, each one written by means of specialists for an outlined experimental procedure. every one bankruptcy signify a separate treatise with its personal references, for this reason it was once impossible to prevent a few overlap either within the textual content and within the literature of the chapters with no destroying the uni­ formity of the respective article.

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55, 360-377. 1978: Regular arrays of macromolecules on bacterial cell walls: structure, chemistry, assembly, and function. Int. Rev. Cytol. 53, 1-64. , 1978: Surface charge and morphogenesis of regular arrays of proteins on bacterial cell walls. Proc. 9th Int. Con gr. Electr. , Toronto, 2, 346-347. GLAUERT, A. , 1975: Analysis of regular arrays of subunits on bacterial surfaces: evidence for a dynamic process of assembly. J. Ultrastruct. Res. 50, 103-116. - 1976: Ultrastructure of the cell walls of two closely related Clostridia that possess different regular arrays of surface subunits.

While BROWN did not continue to offer Pleurochrysis as a model system for cellulose Scale Formation in Flagellates 29 biosynthesis in all plants, it remains that cellulose is produced in the Golgi apparatus in this organism, and most likely in all other scales forming organisms that produce cellulosic scales. During the quarter century since the first work on Chrysochromulina, many new species of scale-forming organisms have been described. Although the majority are contained within three algal classes Chrysophyceae, Prasinophyceae, and Prymnesiophyceae there are also several non-algal protists that make a cell wall of scales (GRELL and BENWITZ 1966, OLIVE 1975).

SLEYTR, U. , 1975: Heterologous reattachment of regular arrays of glycoproteins on bacterial surfaces. Nature (London) 257, 400-402. 1976: Self assembly of the hexagonally and tetragonally arranged subunits of bacterial surface layers and their reattachment to cell walls. ]. Ultrastruct. Res. 55, 360-377. 1978: Regular arrays of macromolecules on bacterial cell walls: structure, chemistry, assembly, and function. Int. Rev. Cytol. 53, 1-64. , 1978: Surface charge and morphogenesis of regular arrays of proteins on bacterial cell walls.

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