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The soybean paraveinal mesophyll cell: a limiting factor in assimilate transport



The soybean paraveinal mesophyll cell: a limiting factor in assimilate transport



Proceedings of the Plant Growth Regulator Working Group: 40



Soyabean paraveinal mesophyll cells found between the minor veins has no starch grains in the chloroplasts, the chloroplasts being 66% the size of those in the other mesophyll cells. However, granal development was similar. The cytoplasmic vol. was small with an intravacuolar granular substance which may represent a form of P-protein. K and Mg deficiency appeared to reduce cytoplasmic density and increase starch accumulation. B deficiency resulted in degradation of the paraveinal chloroplasts.

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