what is callose
Asked by gurjarlaxman0322 | 24th Aug, 2020, 09:30: PM
Callose is a plant polysaccharide in the form of β-1,3-glucan with some β-1,6-branches. It exists in the cell walls of a wide variety of higher plants. Callose plays important roles during a variety of processes in plant development and/or in response to multiple biotic and abiotic stresses.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 25th Aug, 2020, 11:22: AM
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