Symmetry, asymmetry, and the cell cycle in plants: known knowns and some known unknowns.


The body architectures of most multicellular organisms consistently display both symmetry and asymmetry. Here, we discuss some of the available knowledge and open questions on how symmetry and asymmetry appear in several conspicuous plant cells and tissues. We focus, where possible, on the role of genes that participate in the maintenance or the breaking of… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/jxb/ert476


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