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By Jean-Claude Kader, Michel Delseny

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Edited via Jean-Claude Kader and Michel Delseny and supported through a world Editorial Board, Advances in Botanical examine publishes in-depth and updated experiences on a variety of subject matters in plant sciences. at the moment in its fiftieth quantity, the sequence incorporates a wide selection of reports by way of well-known specialists on all features of plant genetics, biochemistry, mobile biology, molecular biology, body structure and ecology. This eclectic quantity beneficial properties six stories on state-of-the-art subject matters of curiosity to postgraduates and researchers alike. * Multidisciplinary reports written from a vast variety of medical views * For over 30 years, sequence has loved a name for excellence * members across the world famous experts of their respective fields

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THE BASIC CONCEPTS OF THE ARABIDOPSIS GYNOECIUM AND FRUIT A. THE ARABIDOPSIS GYNOECIUM As described in Sections I and II, the Arabidopsis gynoecium is a complex syncarpic structure, most commonly interpreted as being composed of two congenitally fused carpels. The Arabidospis gynoecium is connected to the base of the flower by a short internode called the gynophore (Fig. 3). Above the gynophore is the ovary which contains between 50 and 80 ovules, and makes up most of the length of the gynoecium.

1991a). In the very early stages of floral meristem development, the expression of AG is activated by the joint action of the floral identity regulator LFY and the meristem maintenance factor WUS. , 2001). , 1991). , 2005). , 2009; see Section V for further details). In early stage of development, SHP1 and SHP2 are widely expressed in the Arabidopsis gynoecium. , 1995). SHP genes seem to act downstream of AG and could therefore represent direct CARPEL DEVELOPMENT 21 AG-targets, though as demonstrated by ap2 ag mutants, these genes can also be activated by other factors.

Medio-lateral polarity is also specified very early during gynoecium development. The lateral domains of the gynoecium will give rise to the valves, while its medial domains correspond to the fused carpel margins and will develop internally into the placentae, septum, apical style and stigma, and externally into the replum (Fig. 3). Along the medio-lateral axis, two opposite types of tissue develop: in medial zones a new meristem called the medial ridge forms, while lateral domains develop as differentiated tissues.

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