The Plant Cell Wall
This volume provides an overview of the key advances in our understanding of plant cell walls over the last decade. It incorporates the advances of molecular biology and the identification of a rapidly growing number of genes and the proteins responsible for plant wall synthesis, restructuring, and degradation. The volume bridges the gap between the biochemistry-oriented cell wall literature and the new technology-driven approaches.
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Biophysical characterization of plant cell walls
Towards an understanding of the supramolecular organization
making the bricks
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