The Role of Actin During Arabidopsis Trichome Morphogenesis

@inproceedings{Szymanski2000TheRO,
  title={The Role of Actin During Arabidopsis Trichome Morphogenesis},
  author={Daniel B Szymanski},
  year={2000}
}
Arabidopsis trichome (leaf hair) development is being used as a genetic system to study actin-dependent growth. Arabidopsis trichomes are unicellular structures that are derived from the epidermis. Trichome development has been established as a powerful model system to study the control of cell fate and pattern formation. Results from several recent papers suggest that a genetic analysis of trichome morphogenesis may yield insight into the role of the cytoskeleton during cellular morphogenesis… CONTINUE READING

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