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An aniline blue staining of Arabidopsis vte2 mutant leaves, which deposit callose at minor veins, specifically in phloem parenchyma transfer cells, in response to low temperature treatment. As a result, the mutant is impaired in carbohydrate transport from source to sink.

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current02:26, 12 February 20111,024×1,024 (120 KB)Hiroshi Maeda (Talk | contribs) (An aniline blue staining of Arabidopsis vte2 mutant leaves, which deposit callose at minor veins, specifically in phloem parenchyma transfer cells, in response to low temperature treatment. As a result, the mutant is impaired in carbohydrate transport fro)
02:22, 12 February 20111,024×1,024 (120 KB)Hiroshi Maeda (Talk | contribs) (Arabidopsis vte2 mutant leaves deposit callose at phloem parenchyma transfer cells in response to low temperature treatment, leading to impaired carbohydrate transport from source to sink.)

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