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Analysis of leaf development

by Roman Maksymowych

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Published by University Press in Cambridge [Eng.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Leaves -- Development

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [103]-105.

    Statement[by] Roman Maksymowych; foreword by Ralph O. Erickson.
    SeriesDevelopmental and cell biology series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK649 .M3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 109 p.
    Number of Pages109
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5301765M
    ISBN 100521200172
    LC Control Number72083585

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Download Analysis Of Leaf Development full book in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format, get it for read on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Analysis Of Leaf Development full free pdf books. Buy Analysis of Leaf Development (Developmental and Cell Biology Series) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Analysis of Leaf Development (Developmental and Cell Biology Series): Maksymowych, Roman, Erickson, Ralph O.: : BooksCited by:   As the Arabidopsis genome project progressed, diverse loci for leaf development were isolated, with an accompanying increase in annual numbers of publications on leaf development (reviewed by Tsukaya ).The decade following the late s was a fruitful period with a burgeoning literature on mechanisms of leaf development.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Maksymowych, Roman. Analysis of leaf development. Cambridge [Eng.] University Press, (OCoLC) Early anatomical analyses of leaf development were reported for several other species, such as tobacco, Xanthium, and Phaseolus (for reviews, see Maksymowych, ; Marx, ; Dale, ) and, until Analysis of leaf development book mid s, the genetic and molecular analysis of leaf development was restricted to analysis of the function of the knotted1 (kn1) gene of.

A relatively simple computational model supported by time-lapse data and clonal analysis by Kuchen et al. () accounts for local differences in cell growth rates and direction driving organ level shape changes during early Arabidopsis leaf development. A central model assumption is a yet uncharacterized early tissue polarity system that.

adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. A BRIEF HISTORY OF STUDIES ON LEAF DEVELOPMENT IN ARABIDOPSIS.

Many Arabidopsis mutants with alterations in leaf morphology were isolated more than 50 years ago (e.g., Rédei ; Lee-Chen and Steinitz-Sears ; Barabas and Rédei ), but each was used merely as a positional marker for genetic mapping (e.g., Koornneef et al.

).Associated phenotypes were not analyzed. Clonal analysis has demonstrated that NS1 is required at two discrete foci in the meristem to act in a noncell autonomous way directing recruitment of marginal, leaf founder cells (Scanlon, ). NS1 is not required for development of the central domain of the leaf.

from book Development and Organization of Cell Types and Tissues (pp) tion was made, based on clonal analysis of leaf. development, in cotton (Dolan and Poethig. It has also. Poethig RS, Szymkowiak EJ () Clonal analysis of leaf development in maize.

Maydica –76 Google Scholar Scanlon MJ, Schneeberger RG, Freeling M () The maize narrow sheath fails to establish leaf margin identity in a meristematic domain.

Fig. The stages of leaf development. (A) Scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of the shoot apical meristem (SAM) of a typical tomato shoot, showing the central zone (CZ) that houses pluripotent cells, and the peripheral zone (PZ), from which lateral organs/primordia (P 1, P 2 and P 3) adaxial and abaxial sides of the leaf are indicated on the P 2 leaf primordium.

Leaf Development • Several meristems are involved in the development and growth of the leaves. • They are functioning either simultaneously or sequentially • These are the apical, adaxial, marginal, plate and intercalary meristems.

• The variation in leaf form is directly. Physically based leaf models, where growth was specified locally (i.e., at each point in the tissue) and the resulting change in form was determined by finding the resulting mechanical equilibrium, can explain the overall development of organ shape in leaves without serrations (e.g., the first leaf of A.

thaliana) (Kuchen et al., ). This. Leaf development includes initiation of leaf primordium and establishment of leaf polarity. Various studies indicate that leaf development is controlled through the interaction of transcription. Leaf analysis has been successfully used as a guide in diagnosing nutritional problems and as a basis for fertilizer recommendations in fruit trees in many countries.

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Leaves are initiated as lateral outgrowths from shoot apical meristems throughout the vegetative life of the plant. To achieve proper developmental patterning, cell-type specification and growth must occur in an organized fashion along the proximodistal (base-to-tip), mediolateral (central-to-edge), and adaxial–abaxial (top-bottom) axes of the developing leaf.

During leaf development, the chloroplast gln-δ gene is expressed 2 days after germination, and after 8 days becomes the major GS transcript. The gene is only expressed at a very low level in dark-grown plants and on transfer to light there is a massive induction of gln-δ mRNA synthesis (Cock et al., ).The gene is also expressed in the roots and root nodules, but only at a low level.

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