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Post-embryonic root organogenesis in cereals: branching out from model plants

(2013) TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE. 18(8). p.459-467
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The root architecture of higher plants is amazingly diverse. In this review, we compare the lateral root developmental programme in cereals and Arabidopsis thaliana. In cereals, cells in the endodermis are recruited to form the new root cap and overlying cortical cells divide to facilitate the emergence of the lateral root primordium. The TIR1/ABF2 auxin receptors and the AUX/IAA, ARF, and LBD transcriptional regulatory proteins are conserved in cereals and Arabidopsis. Several elements of this regulatory network are common to lateral and crown roots in cereals. Also, the ground meristem from which crown roots differentiate shows similarities with the root pericycle. Studies in cereals promise to give complementary insights into the mechanisms regulating the development of post-embryonic roots in plants.
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LATERAL ROOT, ZEA MAYS L., ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA, root system architecture, AUXIN TRANSPORT, hormones, rice, maize, barley, cereals, ADVENTITIOUS ROOTS, EXPRESSION PATTERNS, GENE EXPRESSION, RICE ORYZA SATIVA, LOB-DOMAIN PROTEIN, EPIDERMAL CELL DEATH

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Orman-Ligeza, Beata, Boris Parizot, Pascal P Gantet, Tom Beeckman, Malcolm J Bennett, and Xavier Draye. 2013. “Post-embryonic Root Organogenesis in Cereals: Branching Out from Model Plants.” Trends in Plant Science 18 (8): 459–467.
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Orman-Ligeza, B., Parizot, B., Gantet, P. P., Beeckman, T., Bennett, M. J., & Draye, X. (2013). Post-embryonic root organogenesis in cereals: branching out from model plants. TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE, 18(8), 459–467.
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Orman-Ligeza B, Parizot B, Gantet PP, Beeckman T, Bennett MJ, Draye X. Post-embryonic root organogenesis in cereals: branching out from model plants. TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE. 2013;18(8):459–67.
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Orman-Ligeza, Beata, Boris Parizot, Pascal P Gantet, et al. “Post-embryonic Root Organogenesis in Cereals: Branching Out from Model Plants.” TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE 18.8 (2013): 459–467. Print.
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  author       = {Orman-Ligeza, Beata and Parizot, Boris and Gantet, Pascal P and Beeckman, Tom and Bennett, Malcolm J and Draye, Xavier},
  issn         = {1360-1385},
  journal      = {TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE},
  keywords     = {LATERAL ROOT,ZEA MAYS L.,ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA,root system architecture,AUXIN TRANSPORT,hormones,rice,maize,barley,cereals,ADVENTITIOUS ROOTS,EXPRESSION PATTERNS,GENE EXPRESSION,RICE ORYZA SATIVA,LOB-DOMAIN PROTEIN,EPIDERMAL CELL DEATH},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {8},
  pages        = {459--467},
  title        = {Post-embryonic root organogenesis in cereals: branching out from model plants},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tplants.2013.04.010},
  volume       = {18},
  year         = {2013},
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