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BACKGROUND AND AIMS The epidermal surface of a flower petal is composed of convex cells covered with a structured cuticle, and the roughness of the surface is related to the wettability of the petal.… Continue Reading
Plant growth is directed by the activity of stem cells within meristems. The first meristems are established during early embryogenesis, and this process involves the specification of both stem cells… Continue Reading
In many flowering plants, the transition to flowering is primarily affected by seasonal changes in day length (photoperiod). An inductive photoperiod promotes flowering via synthesis of a floral… Continue Reading
Abstract Petal wettability is an important characteristic of flowering plants, as excess surface water on a petal can cause color loss and collapse of shape. However, few studies have examined… Continue Reading