Bufret Lignende Begrep: Plasmodesma er en åpning gjennom celleveggen fra en plantecelle til en annen. En plantecelle har flere plasmodesmata som danner forbindelser til cytoplasmaet i nabocellene. Gjennom disse tynne kanalene foregår det både kommunikasjon og transport.

Tynne cytoplasmaforbindelser mellom naboceller som går gjennom porer i celleveggene i planter. Cytoplasmastrenger som forbinder naboceller med hverandre. Plantecellen er omgitt av en cellevegg med cellulose som .

The animal cell equivalent is called the gap junction. The plasmodesmata consist of pores, or channels, lying between individual plant cells, and connect the symplastic space in the plant. Similar to the gap junctions found in animal cells, the plasmodesmata , which penetrate both the primary and secondary cell . Greg Hannahs, Kenyon College, ’97.

Composition and Structure. Plasmodesmata are plasma membrane‐lined pores that span the adjoining walls of plant cells. Signaling and Transport Mechanisms of Plasmodesmata.

Other Functions of Plasmodesmata. The plant cell is as amazing as its counterpart the animal cell.

Plant cells have a cell wall that keeps things in and others out. How though, do plants get their nutrients and other extracellular material in? The cells of a leaf are connected by plasmodesmata. A multicellular organism can be composed of hundreds to trillions of cells.

Each of these cells contains the necessary organelles and other components to carry out all its . Plasmodesma: Plasmodesma, microscopic cytoplasmic canal that passes through plant-cell walls and allows direct communication of molecules between adjacent plant cells. The evolution of intercellular communication had an important role in the increasing complexity of both multicellular and supracellular organisms. In higher plants, this . What are plasmodesmata ? The origin of the word exactly exposes the function of plasmodesmata.

Owing to this role, opportunistic microbial pathogens have evolved to exploit plasmodesmata as gateways to spread infection from cell to cell within the plant. They are highly dynamic in biogenesis and structural modifications, organize cells into symplasmic domains that serve as basic developmental units in a plant, and mediate intercellular trafficking of proteins and nucleic acids as . Pd have been implicated in transport of diverse macromolecules, including nucleic acids and proteins, both endogenous and pathogen-derive and regulation of this Pd-mediated intercellular transport . A new paradigm is emerging in plant biology in which proteins and ribonucleoprotein (RNP) complexes play non-cell-autonomous roles in contributing to the control over developmental and physiological processes. This functional property of PD also is thought to have potentiated the development of the angiosperm phloem sieve-tube system that serves as an effective conduit .