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This article integrates microscopy with plant mobile and molecular biology and is an up to date revision of the preferred atlas of micrographs first released in 1975. It contains over four hundred micrographs and four pages of full-color plates.
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Also, a high-affinity recognition site could use electrical or chemical potential energy rather than gravitational for the recognition (Volkmann, 1974), but the gravitational force would have to be large enough to break the attraction when the tissue is reoriented. The specific recognition site would be near the outer flank of the cell. , 1986); desmotubules which extend into the cytoplasm. There are many structures of importance with which statoliths may interact, but it is unclear which are involved in gravity perception.
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Zntrurnernbrune statolith. If intercellular communication is accomplished by effecting a change in the membrane properties, the plasma membrane may be a good place to look for a sensing body. An intramembrane sensor would be a protein, most probably a transport protein capable of migrating to the bottom of the cell. If a membrane protein could act as a statolith, sedimentation could occur without microscopically detectable changes. Since proteins are more dense than lipids, they would move towards the bottom and not be buoyed to the upper side (Fig.