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DNA methylation as a mechanism of transcriptional regulation in
DNA methylation as a mechanism of transcriptional regulation in nonphotosynthetic plastids in plant cells*.
Active transport through plastid tubules
cytosol of animal cells, important steps in these biosynthetic processes occur in plastids in plant cells (reviewed in Dennis et al.
Transgenic Plastids in Basic Research and Plant Biotechnology
Introduction. The genetic information of plants is distributed among three cellular compartments: the nucleus, the mitochondria and the plastids.
Update on Plastid Proteomics in higher plants; current state and
Feb 24, 2011 and the potential of plastid proteomics was outlined (van Wijk, 2000).
Cytoplasmic channels and their association with plastids in male

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Plastid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In plants, plastids may differentiate into several forms, depending upon which function they need to play in the cell.
Plastid Development in the Primary Leaf of Phaseolus vulgaris
on time as the plant develops. In a mature plant each type of cell normally has its own distinctive type of plastid.
Versatile Roles of Plastids in Plant Growth and Development
Sep 30, 2010 Plastids, found in plants and some parasites, are of endosymbiotic origin. The best-characterized plastid is the plant cell chloroplast.
The Illuminated Plant Cell - Plastid
GFP targeted plastids in an Arabidopsis plant exhibiting stromules.
A role for plastids in plant protein isoprenylation
A role for plastids in plant protein isoprenylation.

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