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J Cell Sci (2015) 128 (11): 2033–2046.
Published: 1 June 2015
...Henrik Buschmann; Jacqueline Dols; Sarah Kopischke; Eduardo J. Peña; Miguel A. Andrade-Navarro; Manfred Heinlein; Daniel B. Szymanski; Sabine Zachgo; John H. Doonan; Clive W. Lloyd ABSTRACT The preprophase band of microtubules performs the crucial function of marking the plane of cell division...
Includes: Supplementary data
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J Cell Sci (1991) 100 (3): 551–557.
Published: 1 November 1991
... plates are frequently observed. Re-irradiation with red light also causes an increase in cells without preprophase bands (PPBs) at prophase and the irregular expansion of the phragmoplast at late telophase, while early phragmoplast microtubule (MT) organization takes place normally. These data suggest...
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J Cell Sci (1990) 97 (3): 527–537.
Published: 1 November 1990
...Y. MINEYUKI; B. E. S. GUNNING Time-lapse video microscopy of dividing Tradescantia stamen hair cells that are undergoing cytokinesis has revealed that the maturation of the new cell wall is aided by factors at the site where the preprophase band of microtubules forms before mitosis. The wall...
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J Cell Sci (1990) 97 (2): 283–295.
Published: 1 October 1990
...Y. MINEYUKI; B. A. PALEVITZ The preprophase band (PPB) of microtubules (Mts), which appears in the G 2 phase of the cell cycle in higher plants but disappears well before the end of karyokinesis, is implicated in the determination of the division plane because its location marks the site at which...
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J Cell Sci (1989) 92 (4): 581–594.
Published: 1 April 1989
... grandmother cell. The asymmetrically placed preprophase band (PPB) of guard cell grandmother cells and hair cell mother cells is always laid down parallel to the distal end wall even when this wall is oblique to the long axis of the cell. The first step in formation of the PPB of a subsidiary cell mother cell...