A system for modelling cell-cell interactions during plant morphogenesis.

@article{Dupuy2008ASF,
  title={A system for modelling cell-cell interactions during plant morphogenesis.},
  author={Lionel X Dupuy and Jonathan Peter Mackenzie and Tim Rudge and Jim Haseloff},
  journal={Annals of botany},
  year={2008},
  volume={101 8},
  pages={1255-65}
}
BACKGROUND AND AIMS During the development of multicellular organisms, cells are capable of interacting with each other through a range of biological and physical mechanisms. A description of these networks of cell-cell interactions is essential for an understanding of how cellular activity is co-ordinated in regionalized functional entities such as tissues or organs. The difficulty of experimenting on living tissues has been a major limitation to describing such systems, and computer modelling… CONTINUE READING

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