Plant development: PXY and polar cell division in the procambium

Current Biology : CB
Leslie E Sieburth

Abstract

The vascular stem-cell tissue known as procambium generates phloem cells on one side and xylem cells on the other. The Arabidopsis PXY gene encodes a leucine-rich repeat receptor-like kinase that is required for polar divisions of procambial cells.

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Citations

Jan 29, 2020·The New Phytologist·Jarrett ManMadelaine Bartlett

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