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symplastic

adjective Referring to a syncytium.
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Analysis of apoplastic and symplastic antioxidant system in shallot leaves: Impacts of weak static electric and magnetic field.
4) Can we predict new regulatory factors controlling symplastic trafficking in space and time, based on the experimental data (on the distribution of symplastic channels, symplastically controlled genes and symplastically mobile molecules)?
1985; Naidoo & Naidoo, 2006) or symplastic (Kobayashi, 2008).
likiangensis, intracellular and extracellular proteins were equally present; among the symplastic proteins, ubiquitin and proteases were predominant.
sequestration of metals inside root cells, symplastic transport into the stele, and release into the xylem.
Luttge and Clarkson (1992) concluded that a complex, multifunctional network of apoplastic and symplastic actions makes it impossible t o arrive at a firm conclusion about the primary toxic action of aluminum.
Because considerably more research has been conducted on aluminum exclusion mechanisms than on internal mechanisms of aluminum tolerance, our understanding of symplastic detoxification of aluminum is still fragmentary (Kochian, 1995).
An apparent increase in symplastic water contributes to greater turgor in mycorrhizal roots of droughted Rosa plants.
Symplastic connections in the rhizodermis of Trianea bogotensis.
Symplastic connections and intracellular activity of potassium in the rhizodermis of Raphanus sativus.
So Symplastics added 8% wood flour to the billets, which made the rods look and feel remarkably like wood.
Slowness of the process was a major problem for Alcan and Symplastics.