Xylogenesis: the birth of a corpse.


Xylogenesis is a complex developmental process culminating in programmed cell death as a truly terminal differentiation event. In Arabidopsis, the availability of vascular-patterning mutants, and the identification of genes and their products that are involved in cell specification, secondary-wall deposition and lignification, are providing clues to the… (More)


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@article{Roberts2000XylogenesisTB, title={Xylogenesis: the birth of a corpse.}, author={Keith Roberts and Maureen C McCann}, journal={Current opinion in plant biology}, year={2000}, volume={3 6}, pages={517-22} }