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On the classification of interorganelle interactions in the plant cell


, : On the classification of interorganelle interactions in the plant cell. Ukrains' kii Botanichnii Zhurnal 54(4): 333-336

Plant cell organelles were assigned into 6 categories on the basis of their interactions. Four main categories of interaction were recognized: indirect (by intermediary structures), direct weak contact (contiguity), direct strong contact (sticking or fusing), or capture contact (invagination).

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