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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Title: Extensin Chimeras in the Pollen Extracellular Matris: Possible Roles in Cell-Cell Communication

Authors
item Bedinger, P - COLORADO STATE FT COLLINS
item Stratford, S - COLORADO STATE FT COLLINS
item Barnes, W - COLORADO STATE FT COLLINS
item Hohorst, D - COLORADO STATE FT COLLINS
item Sagert, S - COLORADO STATE FT COLLINS
item Cotter, Robyn - USDA/UCB PGEC
item Golublewski, A - COLORADO STATE FT COLLINS
item Anderson, J - COLORADO STATE FT COLLINS
item McCormick, Sheila

Submitted to: Book Chapter
Publication Type: Book / Chapter
Publication Acceptance Date: June 1, 1999
Publication Date: March 30, 2000

Interpretive Summary: Tip growth is a type of cellular growth that is represented in many and diverse cell types, which are important to plant breeding (pollen tubes), agriculture (root hairs) and plant and animal pathology (fungal hyphae). In this chapter the potential roles of extensin-like proteins, components of the extracellular matrix are reviewed.

Technical Abstract: Tip growth is a type of cellular growth that is represented in many and diverse cell types, which are important to plant breeding (pollen tubes), agriculture (root hairs) and plant and animal pathology (fungal hyphae). In this chapter the potential roles of extensin-like proteins, components of the extracellular matrix are reviewed.

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