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In vivo dynamic AFM mapping of viscoelastic properties of the primary plant cell wall

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Plant development is a complex multiscale process out of thermodynamic equilibrium. While sophisticated mathematical models of this process exist, there are only a few studies which provide experimental evidence. At the cellular level, unidirectional plant growth can be described by the viscoelastic Maxwell (MW) model. At the subcellular level more complicated thermodynamic models exist for which experimental proof is missing, due to the lack of suitable experimental methods. Modern approa...

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MPLS
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Plant Sciences
Department:
University of Oxford
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Type of award:
DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2018-06-07

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