Topic 15.3

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Plant Physiology Online: Matrix Components of the Cell Wall A Companion to Plant Physiology, Fourth Edition by Lincoln Taiz and Eduardo Zeiger Topics Essays Study Questions Readings Help Select Chapter: Search HOME :: CHAPTER 15 :: Topic 15.3 PREVIOUS :: NEXT Topic 15.3 Matrix Components of the Cell Wall Web Figure 15.3.A Electron micrograph showing Golgi stacks and vesicles containing xyloglucan (large
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Unformatted text preview: arrows) and glycosylated proteins (small arrows). This section, taken from a sycamore suspension-cultured cell, was labeled with two types of antibodies conjugated to colloidal gold particles (the large particles are attached to the antixyloglucan antibody; the small particles are attached to the antibody that detects glycosylated proteins). (Click image to enlarge.) HOME :: CHAPTER 15 :: Topic 15.3 PREVIOUS :: NEXT...
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