Plasmodesmata, Biology

PLASMODESMATA

  1. Termed by Tangl & Strasburger.
  2. Cytoplasmic / Protoplasmic bridges between 2 adjacent cells.
  3. Desmotubules connects the E.R. of 2 cells.
  4. Plasmodesmata produce a protoplasmic/ living continuum "Symplast" or Symplasm.
  5. Non living continuum of plant cell Apoplast or Apoplasm.
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