Plant cell biology


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NAME

Plant cell biology

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Plant cell biology is the study of all aspects of plant cells. It is particularly concerned with structure, growth, division, signalling, differentiation and death of plant cells.

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5 rdfs:label Plant cell biology
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7 skos:definition Plant cell biology is the study of all aspects of plant cells. It is particularly concerned with structure, growth, division, signalling, differentiation and death of plant cells.
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20 sg:ontologies/subjects/ dcterms:description The Nature Subjects Taxonomy is a polyhierarchical categorization of scholarly subject areas which are used for the indexing of content by Springer Nature.
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38 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-cell-biology
39 skos:definition The plant cell wall is a complex matrix of linked polysaccharides such as cellulose and pectin, forming a thick semi-permeable rigid barrier outside the plasma membrane. It physically protects and constrains the cell, and its exact composition is highly variable depending on the species.
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51 skos:definition Chloroplasts are specialized organelles where photosynthesis occurs, in a highly structured network of membranes, composed of stacked thylakoids interconnected by lamellae. They possess their own DNA and are able to divide. According to the endosymbiotic theory, they originate from engulfed cyanobacteria.
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67 skos:definition Circadian rhythms are observable biological oscillations that occur with a 24-hour periodicity. They are based on an endogenous transcriptional clock, which itself is reinforced by environmental cues such as variations in light and temperature.
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79 skos:definition Plant Cell Cycle is the complex series of events which take place in plant cells between the end of one cycle of division and the end of the next. The process involves growth of a plant cell and subsequent division into daughter cells.
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87 skos:definition Plant cell death is the intracellular program of events resulting in the termination of a plant cell's life processes. Forms of plant cell death include necrosis, apoptosis and autophagy.
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103 skos:definition The plant cytoskeleton is the network of protein filaments, microtubules, and interconnecting filamentous bridges that give shape, structure and organization to the cytoplasm of the plant cell.
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111 skos:definition Plant polarity refers to the asymmetric distribution of cellular components along a particular axis within a cell, and is essential for processes such as intercellular communication, cell division, cell morphogenesis and differentiation. Polarised cells are involved in the patterning of plant tissues and organs, and therefore contribute to the overall shape of the plant.
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152 skos:definition Plant transporters are molecules, frequently proteins, specialized for transporting water, food, wastes and other materials within plants.
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167 skos:definition Protein trafficking in plants involves moving plant proteins from one cellular compartment to another. This involves various sorting and transport mechanisms such as gated transport, protein translocation, and vesicular transport.
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