Leaf shape : genetic controls and environmental factors HIROKAZU TSUKAYA

@inproceedings{Tsukaya2005LeafS,
  title={Leaf shape : genetic controls and environmental factors HIROKAZU TSUKAYA},
  author={Hirokazu Tsukaya},
  year={2005}
}
In recent years, many genes have been identified that are involved in the developmental processes of leaf morphogenesis. Here, I review the mechanisms of leaf shape control in a model plant, Arabidopsis thaliana, focusing on genes that fulfill special roles in leaf development. The lateral, two-dimensional expansion of leaf blades is highly dependent on the determination of the dorsoventrality of the primordia, a defining characteristic of leaves. Having a determinate fate is also a… CONTINUE READING

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