Intrusively growing plant cells insert themselves between surrounding cells, thus increasing the number of membranes on the tissue cross-section. This parameter can be assessed by spin echo NMR method with a magnetic field pulse gradient. Diffusion echo decay was measured for stem regions of long-fiber flax (Linum usitatissimum L.) differing in the stages of primary fiber development, which elongate thousand-fold during intrusive growth. Additionally, the number of fibers on stem cross-sections was counted under microscope. An increase in the slow component of the echo diffusion decay was correlated with an increase in the number of fibers on the stem cross-section in the zone of intrusive growth, while other stem-structure characteristics remained unchanged. Thus, NMR method can be used for characterization of intrusive fiber growth in situ.
Russian Journal of Plant Physiology – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 24, 2006
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