Genetic control of distal stem cell fate within root and embryonic meristems

@article{Crawford2015GeneticCO,
  title={Genetic control of distal stem cell fate within root and embryonic meristems},
  author={Brian C. W. Crawford and Jared Sewell and Greg Golembeski and Carmel Roshan and Jeff A. Long and Martin F. Yanofsky},
  journal={Science},
  year={2015},
  volume={347},
  pages={655-659}
}
The root meristem consists of populations of distal and proximal stem cells and an organizing center known as the quiescent center. During embryogenesis, initiation of the root meristem occurs when an asymmetric cell division of the hypophysis forms the distal stem cells and quiescent center. We have identified NO TRANSMITTING TRACT (NTT) and two closely related paralogs as being required for the initiation of the root meristem. All three genes are expressed in the hypophysis, and their… CONTINUE READING
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