Programming of cell death during xylogenesis

@article{Fukuda1998ProgrammingOC,
  title={Programming of cell death during xylogenesis},
  author={Hiroo Fukuda and Yoriko Watanabe and Hideo Kuriyama and Shigemi Aoyagi and Munetaka Sugiyama and Ryo Yamamoto and Taku Demura and Atsushi Minami},
  journal={Journal of Plant Research},
  year={1998},
  volume={111},
  pages={253-256}
}
Death of tracheary elements which compose vessels and tracheids is a typical example of programmed cell death in plants. Anin vitro system usingZinnia mesophyll cells which differentiate directly into tracheary elements has provided various types of data on the cell death process. In this paper, we will summarize recent results obtained using theZinnia system and discuss the programming of cell death during tracheary element differentiation. 

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