Intrinsic Regulation of Cambial Growth

  title={Intrinsic Regulation of Cambial Growth},
  author={Rodney Savidge},
  journal={Journal of Plant Growth Regulation},
Secondary growth in trees is an attractive system for explaining, through concerted research into mRNA, proteomics, and cell biology, how eukaryotic cellular differentiation is regulated. Differentiation pursuits by genetically uniform cambial derivatives are diverse, less than perfectly repetitive in time and space, and readily modified experimentally. Within each zone of both xyloand phloiogenesis, competence for at least pluripotent, and not uncommonly totipotent, development evidently is… CONTINUE READING


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