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De novo shoot organogenesis: from art to science

(2011) TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE. 16(11). p.597-606
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In vitro shoot organogenesis and plant regeneration are crucial for both plant biotechnology and the fundamental study of plant biology. Although the importance of auxin and cytokinin has been known for more than six decades, the underlying molecular mechanisms of their function have only been revealed recently. Advances in identifying new Arabidopsis genes, implementing live-imaging tools and understanding cellular and molecular networks regulating de novo shoot organogenesis have helped to redefine the empirical models of shoot organogenesis and plant regeneration. Here, we review the functions and interactions of genes that control key steps in two distinct developmental processes: de novo shoot organogenesis and lateral root formation.
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TEMPERATURE-SENSITIVE MUTANTS, LATERAL ROOT INITIATION, ARABIDOPSIS TISSUE-CULTURE, STEM-CELL NICHE, IN-VITRO, PLANT DEVELOPMENT, APICAL MERISTEM, AUXIN TRANSPORT, MEDIATED TRANSFORMATION, TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS

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Duclercq, Jérôme, Brigitte Sangwan-Norreel, Manuella Catterou, and Rajbir S Sangwan. 2011. “De Novo Shoot Organogenesis: From Art to Science.” Trends in Plant Science 16 (11): 597–606.
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Duclercq, J., Sangwan-Norreel, B., Catterou, M., & Sangwan, R. S. (2011). De novo shoot organogenesis: from art to science. TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE, 16(11), 597–606.
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Duclercq J, Sangwan-Norreel B, Catterou M, Sangwan RS. De novo shoot organogenesis: from art to science. TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE. 2011;16(11):597–606.
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Duclercq, Jérôme, Brigitte Sangwan-Norreel, Manuella Catterou, et al. “De Novo Shoot Organogenesis: From Art to Science.” TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE 16.11 (2011): 597–606. Print.
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  abstract     = {In vitro shoot organogenesis and plant regeneration are crucial for both plant biotechnology and the fundamental study of plant biology. Although the importance of auxin and cytokinin has been known for more than six decades, the underlying molecular mechanisms of their function have only been revealed recently. Advances in identifying new Arabidopsis genes, implementing live-imaging tools and understanding cellular and molecular networks regulating de novo shoot organogenesis have helped to redefine the empirical models of shoot organogenesis and plant regeneration. Here, we review the functions and interactions of genes that control key steps in two distinct developmental processes: de novo shoot organogenesis and lateral root formation.},
  author       = {Duclercq, J{\'e}r{\^o}me and Sangwan-Norreel, Brigitte and Catterou, Manuella and Sangwan, Rajbir S},
  issn         = {1360-1385},
  journal      = {TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE},
  keyword      = {TEMPERATURE-SENSITIVE MUTANTS,LATERAL ROOT INITIATION,ARABIDOPSIS TISSUE-CULTURE,STEM-CELL NICHE,IN-VITRO,PLANT DEVELOPMENT,APICAL MERISTEM,AUXIN TRANSPORT,MEDIATED TRANSFORMATION,TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {11},
  pages        = {597--606},
  title        = {De novo shoot organogenesis: from art to science},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tplants.2011.08.004},
  volume       = {16},
  year         = {2011},
}

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