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Experimental control of cellular patterns in the cortex of tomato roots

Experimental control of cellular patterns in the cortex of tomato roots

Structural and functional aspects of transport in roots Third international symposium on structure and function of roots Nitra, Czechoslovakia, 3-7 Aug 1987: 21-24

Variations in the number of cell rows across the cortex of tomato roots cultured in vitro in White's medium containing different levels of sucrose (0.5-2.0%) are described. Roots grown in 2.0% sucrose had a cortex with twice the number of cell rows as roots grown in 0.5% sucrose. The branching of the files of cells, and hence the number of cell rows across the cortex, is related to the number of periclinal divisions.

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