2 edition of Histogenesis and morphogenesis in the primary root of Zea mays found in the catalog.
Histogenesis and morphogenesis in the primary root of Zea mays
Phoon Timothy Young
in New York
Written in English
|Statement||by Phoon Timothy Young.|
|LC Classifications||QK644 .Y5 1934|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||34037059|
Palms and Ponce de Leon: The secret of eternal youth exemplified by sustained primary growth in Arecaceae. P. 93, in Botany and Mycology Snowbird, Utah July Abstract Book. b i o l o g y E D I T O R I A L B O A R D Editor in Chief Richard Robinson [email protected] Tucson, Arizona Advisory Editors Peter Bruns, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Rex Chisholm, Northwestern University Medical School Mark A. Davis, Department of Biology, Macalester College Thomas A. Frost, Trout Lake Station, University of Wisconsin Kenneth S. Saladin, Department of Biology, Georgia.
This book is a definitive overview of the ‘state of the art’ in cell biology. It is based on papers presented by leading researchers at the Spanish Society for Cell Biology’s XIV Congress. In the much larger roots of Zea, the relative elemental rate of elongation is at a maximum of hrr 1 at about 4 mm. from the tip of the root cap, and of cell division, hr. -1 at about mm. The rate of cell division at the meristematic apex itself in both Fhleum and Zea is very low, so low in fact that it would be difficult to quote a Cited by: 8.
One outstanding question in biology is the problem of devel opment: how the genetic instructions encoded in the DNA become expressed in the morphological, physiological, and behavioral features of multicellular organisms, through an ordered sequence of events that extend from the first cell division of the zygote to the adult stage and eventual death. Root pressure and speciifc conductivity in temperate lianas: Exotic Celastrus orbiculatus (Celastraceae) vs. native Vitis riparia (Vitaceae). American J. Bot. Tiemann, A.
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Classical histology describes the histological organization in Zea mays as having a “closed organization” that differs from Arabidopsis with the development of xylem conforming to predictable rules. We speculated that root apical meristem organization in a wild subspecies of Z.
mays (a teosinte) would differ from a domestic sweetcorn cultivar (‘Honey Bantam’).Cited by: 1. Morphology and anatomy of rice roots which is fundamentally the same as other cereal crops, has been relatively well-described.
Rice roots, however, have their own characteristics including well-developed air space in the matured cortex. In addition, many examples of coordination were shown in root organo- and histogenesis as well as root by: The first morphogenetic events of lateral root primordium (LRP) formation in the Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh.
pericycle occur soon after cells of the primary root complete elongation. In this review, new papers on the plant cell cycle (–), where the authors have focused on the critical transitions of the plant cell cycle, G1/S and G2/M, have been highlighted.
In contrast with other cells generated by the root apical meristem in Arabidopsis, pericycle cells adjacent to the protoxylem poles of the vascular cylinder continue to cycle without interruption during passage through the elongation and differentiation zones.
However, only some of the dividing pericycle cells are committed to the asymmetric, formative divisions that give rise to lateral. THE ROOT SYSTEM AND ITS MOST IMPORTANT REGULATORS. Root systems show significant morphological diversity (reviewed in Hodge et al., ), which suggests their high specification and adaptation to various environmental dicots and in some monocots the root system consists of a primary root with lateral branchings developing mostly at right angles from pericycle by: Ashby, E.
Studies in the morphogenesis of leaves 2. The area, cell size and cell number of leaves of Ipomoea in relation to their position on the shoot. New Phytologist Studies in the morphogenesis of leaves. An essay on leaf shape.
New Phytologist Studies in the morphogenesis of leaves. The final stages of leaf morphogenesis are achieved during secondary morphogenesis (SM), when organ expansion and histogenesis are characterized by extensive cell expansion, often associated with multiple endocycles, and limited mitotic divisions (Donnelly et al., ).
Our understanding of the molecular events that regulate the PM phase Cited by: Barlow PW, Adam JS () The response of the primary root meristem of Zea mays, L.
to various periods of cold. J Exp Bot –88 Google Scholar Barton MK () Cell type specification and self-renewal in the vegetative shoot apical : K.
Krishnamurthy, Bir Bahadur, S. John Adams, Padma Venkatasubramanian. Full text of "General embryological information service" See other formats. For example, in both Helianthus annuus L. and Zea mays L., there is a gradation of cell divisions in the columella region of the root cap with the lowest rate of division generally near the QC, which suggests that the columella initials are not the only source of new Cited by: 1.
INTRODUCTION. Leaves are lateral organs that are produced from the flanks of the shoot apical meristem (SAM). Leaf development can be divided into three continuous and overlapping phases: initiation, primary morphogenesis (PM), and secondary morphogenesis (SM) or histogenesis (Poethig, ; Dengler and Tsukaya, ; Holtan and Hake, ; Barkoulas et al., ; Efroni et al., ).Cited by: A book assembling a comprehensive account of pea genome was published toward the end of the last century.
(Zea mays), an uninterrupted is initiated during the pre-infection stage when rhizobia recognise the appropriate host plants and colonise their root surfaces. Nodule morphogenesis in clover, pea and alfalfa starts from rhizobial.
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Cyclins are primary regulators of the activity of cyclin-dependent kinases, which are known to play critical roles in controlling eukaryotic cell cycle progression. While there has been extensive research on cell cycle mechanisms and cyclin function in animals and yeasts, only a small number of plant cyclins have been characterized functionally.
Roots of Zea mays and Pisum sativum exposed to environmental pollutants exhibit destruction of the rhizodermis and the outer layers of the cortex as well as significant deformation of lateral root primordia (Kummerová et al., ).Cited by: This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
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The developmental mechanisms of conventional bifacial leaves have been well studied in model plants including Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana) and maize (Zea mays) (Fig. 4), and those of other leaf types are being progressively elucidated in different plant species.
In this review, we summarize what is known mainly about the development of Cited by: Plant roots have a large range of functions, including acquisition of water and nutrients, as well as structural support. Dissecting the genetic and molecular mechanisms controlling rice root development is critical for the development of new rice ideotypes that are better adapted to adverse conditions and for the production of sustainably achieved rice yield by:.
This disclosure concerns systems and methods for the prediction and physical three-dimensional representation of plant growth and development. In some embodiments, systems and/or methods of the disclosure may be used to represent the growth of a particular plant (e.g., a maize cultivar) under particular environmental conditions, and/or to represent the differences in growth characteristics Cited by: 5.Root morphological traits, such as total root length, fine root length (average diameter.Plant Embryo Culture: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology,) | Trevor A.
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