Development of lateral root primordia in Arabidopsis thaliana

by Peter Marhavy



The ability to form and develop new organs throughout their life is a unique feature of plants. These newly developed organs include lateral organs, such as roots and shoots, as well as reproductive organs. Plants are able to maintain a permanent stem cell population and form new organs during their entire life cycle. As endogenous factors plant hormones largely participate on shaping plant architecture and modulating their growth.

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