Auxin regulates the initiation and radial position of plant lateral organs.

@article{Reinhardt2000AuxinRT,
  title={Auxin regulates the initiation and radial position of plant lateral organs.},
  author={Didier Reinhardt and Therese Mandel and Cris Kuhlemeier},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={2000},
  volume={12 4},
  pages={
          507-18
        }
}
Leaves originate from the shoot apical meristem, a small mound of undifferentiated tissue at the tip of the stem. Leaf formation begins with the selection of a group of founder cells in the so-called peripheral zone at the flank of the meristem, followed by the initiation of local growth and finally morphogenesis of the resulting bulge into a differentiated leaf. Whereas the mechanisms controlling the switch between meristem propagation and leaf initiation are being identified by genetic and… CONTINUE READING
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