Pluripotent versus totipotent plant stem cells: dependence versus autonomy?

@article{Verdeil2007PluripotentVT,
  title={Pluripotent versus totipotent plant stem cells: dependence versus autonomy?},
  author={Jean-Luc Verdeil and Laurence Alemanno and Nicolas Niemenak and Timothy John Tranbarger},
  journal={Trends in plant science},
  year={2007},
  volume={12 6},
  pages={
          245-52
        }
}
Little is known of the mechanisms that induce the dedifferentiation of a single somatic cell into a totipotent embryogenic cell that can either be regenerated or develop into an embryo and subsequently an entire plant. In this Opinion article, we examine the cellular, physiological and molecular similarities and differences between different plant stem cell types. We propose to extend the plant stem cell concept to include single embryogenic cells as a totipotent stem cell based on their… CONTINUE READING
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