Generation of shape complexity through tissue conflict resolution


Out-of-plane tissue deformations are key morphogenetic events during plant and animal development that generate 3D shapes, such as flowers or limbs. However, the mechanisms by which spatiotemporal patterns of gene expression modify cellular behaviours to generate such deformations remain to be established. We use the Snapdragon flower as a model system to… (More)
DOI: 10.7554/eLife.20156


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@inproceedings{Rebocho2017GenerationOS, title={Generation of shape complexity through tissue conflict resolution}, author={Alexandra B. Rebocho and Paul Southam and J. Richard Kennaway and J. Andrew Bangham and Enrico Coen}, booktitle={eLife}, year={2017} }