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2015 | 64 | 3 | 445-456
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Komunikacja symplastowa w drewnie

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Symplasmic communication in wood
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Rejon drewna wtórnego, oprócz martwych elementów przewodzących i wzmacniających, zawiera żywe komórki połączone za pośrednictwem plazmodesm, które tworzą trójwymiarowy system, w obrębie którego zachodzi intensywny transport symplastowy. Prezentowany artykuł przybliża znaczenie komunikacji symplastowej w drewnie wtórnym, omawiając istotną rolę żywych komórek drewna m.in. w magazynowaniu substancji odżywczych, w transporcie międzykomórkowym oraz w regulacji procesów rozwojowych wybranych elementów drewna. Charakteryzuje również anatomię miękiszu drzewnego, drewno bezpromieniowe oraz różnice między komórkami izolowanymi i kontaktowymi oraz omawia specyfikę transportu symplastowego przebiegającego w apoplastowej przestrzeni drewna wtórnego.
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The secondary xylem region, aside from dead conducting and strengthening elements, contains living xylem cells connected via the plasmodesmata which form a three-dimensional system, among which intensive symplasmic transport is continued. The article describes the significance of symplasmic communication in the secondary xylem and the crucial role of living xylem cells in nutrient storage, intercellular transport and the regulation of developmental processes of particular xylem elements. Also provides characteristic of the anatomy of xylem parenchyma, the peculiarity of rayless wood and the nature of symplasmic transport sustained in the apoplasmic wood areas.
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64
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3
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445-456
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2015
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  • Zakład Biologii Rozwoju Roślin, Instytut Biologii Eksperymentalnej, Wydział Nauk Biologicznych, Uniwersytet Wrocławski, Kanonia 6/8, 50-328 Wrocław, Polska
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