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Cell fate in plants. Lessons from the Arabidopsis root.

Abstract:

Classical studies in plant development have indicated that the fate of plant cells is fixed late, after cell division has ceased. Earlier commitment events are therefore considered reversible. To gain a mechanisatic understanding of the processes involved in specification and fixation of cell fate in plants, we are using the Arabidopsis root epidermis as a model system. The Arabidopsis root epidermis is composed of two cell types whose pattern of differentiation is directed by positional cues...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Plant Sciences
Linstead, P More by this author
Boudonck, K More by this author
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Journal:
Symposia of the Society for Experimental Biology
Volume:
51
Pages:
11-17
Publication date:
1998
ISSN:
0081-1386
URN:
uuid:854800a4-3d83-4204-a57f-0a05337d38d1
Source identifiers:
50094
Local pid:
pubs:50094

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