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A proton nuclear magnetic resonance study of the physical changes in growing plant cell walls

A proton nuclear magnetic resonance study of the physical changes in growing plant cell walls

Planta 90(2): 227-230

Changes in broadline proton nuclear magnetic resonance parameters of cell walls during growth of etiolated hypocotyls of bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) indicate that cell wall structure becomes more rigid during development. Most of the changes are completed in the first 6 cm below cotyledon insertion and are correlated with increased restriction of proton movements in regions of dense polymer packing.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf00196615

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