Cellular transport routes

Thursday, August 10, 2017 - 09:02 in Biology & Nature

Unlike many other organisms, plants can't simply run away from environmental conditions that change for the worse. Nonetheless, plants have the ability to react to environmental effects. These reactions are initially subtle, occurring within their individual cells, where plants move proteins. This process, known as protein transport, is the foundation for a complex biological response mechanism.

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