Root Hairs: Cell And Molecular Biology

Root Hairs: Cell And Molecular Biology

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    Root hairs are tip-growing cells that originate from epidennal cells called trichoblasts. Their role may be simply thought of as extending the surface area of the root to facilitate absorption of nutrients and water. However, as you will see in this book, the root hair is far more than that. To an increasingly larger number of plant biologists, the root hair is a model cell. It grows in much the same way as a pollen tube, by sending vast numbers of vesicles containing cell wall precursors to a rounded apical dome, the tip. Once the trichoblast becomes committed to root hair fonnation, it no longer divides. The root hair cell has a migrating nucleus and a complex cytoskeleton. It has a varied cell wall. It is easy to observe through differential interference contrast microscopy because there are no other cells around it to disturb the image. Cytoplasmic streaming is exceptionally clear, and amyloplasts and even mitochondria and endoplasmic reticulum can be seen without reporter labelling in some species. Root hair mutants are easy to distinguish and catalogue. Plant honnones are involved in their growth and development. It is thus an almost ideal plant cell for experimental manipulation and observation. The root hair is also involved in interactions with soil microbes, as you will learn from later chapters of the book.

      Binding

      Paperback

      Creator

      R.W. Ridge

      Creator

      A.M.C. Emons

      EAN

      9784431683728

      Edition

      Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2000

      ISBN

      4431683720

      Label

      Springer

      Manufacturer

      Springer

      NumberOfPages

      336

      ProductGroup

      Book

      ProductTypeName

      ABIS_BOOK

      PublicationDate

      2012-02-24

      Publisher

      Springer

      Studio

      Springer

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