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Image data analysis of single barley coleoptile cell (Part 1). Evaluation of cytoplasmic streaming



Image data analysis of single barley coleoptile cell (Part 1). Evaluation of cytoplasmic streaming



Journal of the Japanese Society of Agricultural Machinery 56(4): 93-99



Cytoplasmic activity in a single barley coleoptile cell was monitored using a digital image processing system to trace the movement of an oil droplet within a target cell. Image data was recorded with a video recorder and a filter was used to clarify the blurred edges of the droplet.

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