By Silvano Bonotto
Biology and Radiobiology of Anucleate platforms: II. Plant Cells encompasses the court cases of foreign Symposium held in Mol, June 21-23, 1971. The symposium is prepared by means of the dept of Radiobiology, Centre d'Etude de I'Energie Nucleaire (C.E.N./S.C.K.), Mol (Belgium) less than the auspices of the fee of the ecu groups (EURATOM) and of the ""Relations Culturelles Internationales"" (Brussels). the purpose of the three-day symposium is to assemble, for the 1st time, scientists engaged on anucleate structures acquired from micro organism and animal or plant cells.
This quantity consists of sixteen papers concerning particularly to plant cells. every one paper is prepared in keeping with the date and consultation once they were awarded.
This booklet will offer helpful info for evaluating the homes of anucleate Acetabularia with these of alternative anucleate cells, which might be very worthy for greater knowing of many difficulties in regards to the nucleocytoplasmic relationships and mobile differentiation in common and irradiated cells.
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Dr. Ridley and I tried a much more simpleminded approach : to tackle the problem of chloroplast autonomy by attempting to maintain the morphological and biochemical integrity of the chloroplast for extended periods in isolation outside the cell. If it proved possible to culture chloroplasts this might stimulate the search for other as yet unidentified biosynthetic pathways in chloroplasts. If chloroplast culture were only possible after addition of a large number of components to the culture medium knowledge of the requirements might nevertheless give some indication of the nature of the chloroplast-nuclear and chloroplastcytoplasmic interactions in the intact cell.
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Biology and Radiobiology of Anucleate Systems. Plant Cells by Silvano Bonotto