Perspectives on leaf dorsoventral polarity

@article{Szakonyi2010PerspectivesOL,
  title={Perspectives on leaf dorsoventral polarity},
  author={D{\'o}ra Szakonyi and Alexis Moschopoulos and Mary Ellen Byrne},
  journal={Journal of Plant Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={123},
  pages={281-290}
}
Leaves occur in a vast array of shapes and sizes, with complex diversity contributing to optimization of the principal function of photosynthesis. The program of development from a self-renewing stem cell population to a mature leaf has been of interest to biologists for years. Many genes involved in this process have been identified, particularly in the model eudicot Arabidopsis, so that now we have a greater understanding of mechanisms of stem cell maintenance, cell differentiation and… CONTINUE READING

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