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Volume 38, Numbers 1-2, September 1998

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Foreword
pp. vii-vii(1)

The endoplasmic reticulum of plant cells and its role in protein maturation and biogenesis of oil bodies
pp. 1-29(29)
Authors: Galili, G.; Sengupta-Gopalan, C.; Ceriotti, A.

N-Glycoprotein biosynthesis in plants: recent developments and future trends
pp. 31-48(18)
Authors: Lerouge, P.; Cabanes-Macheteau, M.; Rayon, C.; Fischette-Lainé, A-C.; Gomord, V.; Faye, L.

The molecular characterization of transport vesicles
pp. 49-76(28)
Authors: Robinson, D.G.; Hinz, G.; Holstein, S.E.H.

Deposition of storage proteins
pp. 77-99(23)
Author: Müntz, K.

Exocytosis in plants
pp. 111-125(15)
Authors: Thiel, G.; Battey, N.

Sorting of proteins to vacuoles in plant cells
pp. 127-144(18)
Authors: Neuhaus, J-M.; Rogers, J.C.

The nuclear pore complex
pp. 145-162(18)
Authors: Heese-Peck, A.; Raikhel, N.V.

The surprising complexity of peroxisome biogenesis
pp. 163-189(27)
Author: Olsen, L.J.

Multiple pathways for the targeting of thylakoid proteins in chloroplasts
pp. 209-221(13)
Authors: Robinson, C.; Hynds, P.J.; Robinson, D.; Mant, A.

The role of lipids in plastid protein transport
pp. 223-246(24)
Author: Bruce, B.D.

Protein import into cyanelles and complex chloroplasts
pp. 247-263(17)
Authors: Schwartzbach, S.D.; Osafune, T.; Löffelhardt, W.

Two birds with one stone: genes that encode products targeted to two or more compartments
pp. 265-277(13)
Authors: Small, I.; Wintz, H.; Akashi, K.; Mireau, H.

Mitochondrial protein import in plants –Signals, Sorting, Targeting, Processing and Regulation
pp. 311-338(28)
Authors: Glaser, E.; Sjöling, S.; Tanudji, M.; Whelan, J.

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