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symplastic

adjective Referring to a syncytium.
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Caption: Figure 5: Diagram of apoplastic and symplastic pathways of Cd transport.
Atypical pilar leiomyoma: cutaneous counterpart of uterine symplastic leiomyoma?.
It is also important to note that symplastic transport could have occurred which led to low concentration of some elements in the outer epidermis compared to the endodermis sections of the roots [16-18].
It is also indicated that activity of catalase and superoxide dismutase, were increased by weak static electric and magnetic fields, in apoplastic and symplastic areas of shallot leaves [6].
It is believed that the individual fullerenes nanoparticle entering the plant roots through osmotic pressure, capillary forces, and pores in the cell walls by the intercellular plasmodesmata, or by means of the greatly regulated symplastic routes [77, 78].
Other changes noted in both the vessels and the tumor itself include vacuolization (Figure 14(c)), hyalinization (Figure 14(d)), mucinosis or myxoid change, and myocyte atypia or symplastic change, characterized by nuclear enlargement and hyperchromasia.
Zhang H, Zhang F, Xia Y, Wang G, Shen Z (2010) Excess copper induces production of hydrogen peroxide in the leaf of Elsholtzia haichowensis through apoplastic and symplastic CuZn-superoxide dismutase.
The cell wall elasticity module ([epsilon]), osmotic potential at saturation ([PSI]s), turgor loss point (TLP) and maximum symplastic water fraction (Ws) were derived from pressure-volume (PV) curves according to SCHULTE & HINCKLEY (1985) and ANDERSEN et al.