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The homeotic mutant of Pisum sativum , cochleata , has stipules replaced by alternative leaf components, abnormal flowers and reduced fertility. Although the root system dry weight, root lengths and nodule numbers of cochleata are similar to those of its wild type, the nodulation phenotype of the...
The proper control of cell expansion is vital to plant development. It is responsible for shaping individual cells and, together with cell division, it plays a lead role in shaping plant organs. Much of the underlying mechanism by which plant cells expand anisotropically is not understood. We are...