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The paraveinal mesophyll of soybean leaves in relation to assimilate transfer and compartmentation : I. Ultrastructure and histochemistry during vegetative development



The paraveinal mesophyll of soybean leaves in relation to assimilate transfer and compartmentation : I. Ultrastructure and histochemistry during vegetative development



Planta 157(5): 411-421



Paraveinal mesophyll (PVM) is a unique and specialized, 1 cell thick tissue spanning the vascular bundles at the level of the phloem in soyabean leaves. Its position within the leaf dictates that all photosynthate produced in the palisade and spongy mesophyll must pass through this specialized layer en route to the phloem. Symplastic continuity, via plasmodesmata, existed between the PVM and bundle sheath, palisade parenchyma and spongy mesophyll.

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DOI: 10.1007/BF00397198



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