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Intercellular trafficking via plasmodesmata: molecular layers of complexity
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences (CMLS)
Plasmodesmata are intercellular pores connecting together most plant cells. These structures consist of a central constricted form of the endoplasmic reticulum, encircled by some cytoplasmic space, in turn delimited by the plasma membrane, itself ultimately surrounded by the cell wall. The presence and structure of plasmodesmata create multiple routes for intercellular trafficking of a large spectrum of molecules (encompassing RNAs, proteins, hormones and metabolites) and also enable localdoi:10.1007/s00018-020-03622-8 pmid:32920696 fatcat:4n36zse25bf2jahga2j22b7mjq