Initiating inhibition. Control of epidermal cell patterning in plants.

@article{Marks2003InitiatingIC,
  title={Initiating inhibition. Control of epidermal cell patterning in plants.},
  author={Max. Marks and Jeffery J Esch},
  journal={EMBO reports},
  year={2003},
  volume={4 1},
  pages={24-5}
}
A recent publication by Schellmann et al. (2002) in The EMBO Journal has provided important insights into the control of cell fate and pattern formation in plants. To study the underlying molecular mechanisms, the authors made use of the development of root hairs and trichomes in Arabidopsis thaliana. A. thaliana trichomes are large, unicellular structures that project out from the shoot epidermal surface and are thought to form a defence against herbivorous insects. Root hairs are specialized… CONTINUE READING

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