Calcium gradients in tip growing plant cells visualized by chlorotetracycline fluorescence.

With chlorotetracycline (CTC)-fluorescence a tip-to-base Ca(2+) gradient is visualized in all tested, tip-growing plant cells: pollen tubes of Lilium ...
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