Our present view of the structure of higher plant cell systems arising on the basis of electron, fluorescent, and confocal microscopy and also video movies of living cells under confocal microscope is presented. The role of the partition (conducting) system in the arrangement of the whole plant cell systems, their development, breakdown, and renewal is demonstrated. The phylogenetic origination of the partition net and its primary role in the ontogenetic development of the cell systems are considered in the context of the theory of endosymbiogenesis. The data concerning growth limits and a diversity of the higher plant cell system organization are compared. The specific features of the cell systems of prokaryotes, autotrophic and heterotrophic eukaryotes, and also of their evolution are discussed.
Russian Journal of Plant Physiology – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 20, 2011
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