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Table 1.
Properties of PFs in IPMTs in vivo
DatasetPF lengthPF curvature# PFsApproximate speed of growthReference
 nm Deg/dimer  nm/s  
IPMT-HPFPombe 30 ± 12 14.7 ± 12.6 338 ∼12  Mallavarapu et al. (1999)  
IPMT-PlungePombe 36 ± 13 16.3 ± 11.4 373 ∼12  Mallavarapu et al. (1999)  
IPMT-Pombe Combined 33 ± 13 15.5 ± 12.0 711 ∼12  Mallavarapu et al. (1999)  
IPMT-PTK 33 ± 14 17.2 ± 11.6 429 ∼12  Saxton and McIntosh (1987)  
IPMT-Arabidopsis 44 ± 21 13.7 ± 11.6 469 ∼30  Reference for cultured tobacco because no data on Arabidopsis: Dhonukshe et al. (2006)  
IPMT-Chlamy 36 ± 13 20.4 ± 14.4 329 ∼6  Hepler (2016)  
IPMT-Cerevisiae 32 ± 12 14.7 ± 13.0 128 ∼9  Straight et al. (1998)  
DatasetPF lengthPF curvature# PFsApproximate speed of growthReference
 nm Deg/dimer  nm/s  
IPMT-HPFPombe 30 ± 12 14.7 ± 12.6 338 ∼12  Mallavarapu et al. (1999)  
IPMT-PlungePombe 36 ± 13 16.3 ± 11.4 373 ∼12  Mallavarapu et al. (1999)  
IPMT-Pombe Combined 33 ± 13 15.5 ± 12.0 711 ∼12  Mallavarapu et al. (1999)  
IPMT-PTK 33 ± 14 17.2 ± 11.6 429 ∼12  Saxton and McIntosh (1987)  
IPMT-Arabidopsis 44 ± 21 13.7 ± 11.6 469 ∼30  Reference for cultured tobacco because no data on Arabidopsis: Dhonukshe et al. (2006)  
IPMT-Chlamy 36 ± 13 20.4 ± 14.4 329 ∼6  Hepler (2016)  
IPMT-Cerevisiae 32 ± 12 14.7 ± 13.0 128 ∼9  Straight et al. (1998)  
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