publication . Other literature type . Article . 2008

Pectin‐like carbohydrates in the green alga Micrasterias characterized by cytochemical analysis and energy filtering TEM

  • Published: 01 Aug 2008
  • Publisher: Wiley
Summary Pectins are the major matrix polysaccharides of plant cell walls and are important for controlling growth, wall porosity and regulation of the ionic environment in plant cells. Pectic epitopes recognized by the monoclonal antibodies JIM5, JIM7 and 2F4 could be localized in the primary wall during development of the green alga Micrasterias. As the degree of pectin esterification determines the calcium-binding capacity and thus the physical properties of the cell wall, chemical and enzymatic in situ de-esterification was performed. This resulted in displacement of epitopes recognized by JIM5, JIM7 and 2F4, respectively, in changes in the intensity of the a...
free text keywords: Pathology and Forensic Medicine, Histology, Cell wall, Vesicle, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Mucilage, Plant cell, Secondary cell wall, Polysaccharide, chemistry.chemical_classification, Pectin, food.ingredient, food, Micrasterias, biology.organism_classification, biology
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