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Studies on the programmed cell death in rice during starchy endosperm development



Studies on the programmed cell death in rice during starchy endosperm development



Agricultural Sciences in China 3(9): 663-670



Morphological variations of the nucleus in starchy endosperm cell were observed by electron transmission microscopy during endosperm development in rice. Along with the development of the starchy endosperm, the nuclei of the cells showed chromatin condensation, the typical feature of programmed cell death (PCD). The nuclei also showed nucleus deformation, disruption of nuclear envelope, nucleoplasm leaking into the cytoplasm and nucleus disintegration resulting in nuclear residue formation.

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