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Trade-offs of Cellular Self-isolation in Plants

News   Apr 15, 2020 | Original story from the John Innes Centre

 
Trade-offs of Cellular Self-isolation in Plants

A cell in which the plasmodesmal connections are open (the green fluorescent protein that the cell produces moves in to the surrounding cells) and an isolated cell, in which the connections are closed. Credit: John Innes Centre

 
 
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