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Plants have a remarkably regenerative capability to replace the damaged organs or form the new organs and individuals both in vivo and in vitro, which is fundamental for their developmental plasticity and the agricultural practices. The regenerative capacities of plants are highly dependent on...
The root system of Arabidopsis thaliana comprises primary, lateral, and adventitious roots. Different types of roots are formed by diverse inductive cues and developmental programs. Here, we adopted the CRE/LOX system to trace cell lineage during the three types of root formation under the...
Plant stem cells are a small group of cells with a self-renewal capacity and serve as a steady supply of precursor cells to form new differentiated tissues and organs in plants. Root stem cells and shoot stem cells, which are located in the root apical meristem and in the shoot apical meristem,...
Generation of the root greatly benefits higher plants living on land. Continuous root growth and development are achieved by the root apical meristem, which acts as a reservoir of stem cells. The stem cells, on the one hand, constantly renew themselves through cell division. On the other hand,...
How somatic cells develop into a whole plant is a central question in plant developmental biology. This powerful ability of plant cells is recognized as their totipotency. Somatic embryogenesis is an excellent example and a good research system for studying plant cell totipotency. However, very...
Tissues and organs within a living organism are coordinated, but the underlying mechanisms are not well understood. The shoot apical meristem (SAM) continually produces lateral organs, such as leaves, from its peripheral zone. Because of their close proximity, SAM and lateral organs interact...
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