Development of Symmetry in Plants.


Plant development involves specification and elaboration of axes of asymmetry. The apical-basal and inside-outside axes arise in embryogenesis, and are probably oriented maternally. They are maintained during growth post-germination and interact to establish novel axes of asymmetry in flowers and lateral organs (such as leaves). Whereas the genetic control… (More)


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