By Jean-Claude Kader, Michel Delseny
Edited via Jean-Claude Kader and Michel Delseny and supported by means of a world Editorial Board, Advances in Botanical learn publishes in-depth and updated experiences on a variety of themes in plant sciences. presently in its fiftieth quantity, the sequence encompasses a wide variety of experiences via well-known specialists on all features of plant genetics, biochemistry, cellphone biology, molecular biology, body structure and ecology. This eclectic quantity good points six reports on state-of-the-art issues of curiosity to postgraduates and researchers alike. * Multidisciplinary reports written from a large diversity of clinical views * For over 30 years, sequence has loved a name for excellence * participants the world over famous experts of their respective fields
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2006). NUB, unlike JAG, which is expressed in a non-polar manner in all lateral organs, is expressed only in the adaxial zones of leaves, stamens and carpels. Single nub mutants do not present any obvious phenotype, but in the double jag nub mutant, floral organ growth is affected and carpels and stamens are abaxialised. , 1999). These genes are largely redundant in their abaxial activity, as single mutants of most of them only show a very weak adaxialisation phenotype. However, the combination of mutants can lead to severe polarity defects in which the ´ NDIZ ET AL.
3). Along the medio-lateral axis, two opposite types of tissue develop: in medial zones a new meristem called the medial ridge forms, while lateral domains develop as differentiated tissues. Accordingly, several genes involved in SAM maintenance, such as the class I CARPEL DEVELOPMENT 23 KNOX factors and the ‘‘boundary genes’’ CUC1 and CUC2 are specifically expressed in the medial region, where they appear to be required for marginal tissue development. Ishida et al. (2000) analysed the gynoecium of cuc1 cuc2 plants produced from calli, and therefore able to flower (grown from seed, these mutants would not progress beyond the seedling state).
2010). , 2005). CARPEL DEVELOPMENT 17 F. , 2003) and interestingly, auxin appears to play an important role in establishing a part of this growth pattern. e. , 2010). , 2010). The process of leaf serration shows many similarities to that of leaflet formation in dissected leaves. For example, leaf dissection in Cardamine hirsuta also relies on the activity of CUC boundary-specifying genes in the area delimiting leaflet primordia and on the activity of KNOX genes at the leaflet initiation position, which cause a delay in cell differentiation relative to cell proliferation.
Advances in Botanical Research, Vol. 55 by Jean-Claude Kader, Michel Delseny