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Relation between some cytological, biochemical, molecular markers and plant morphogenesis


, : Relation between some cytological, biochemical, molecular markers and plant morphogenesis. Morphogenesis in plants: molecular approaches Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute, 5-17 September 1992, Crete, Greece: 39-54

A wide range of factors, molecules and compounds can trigger cell division, cell expansion and morphogenesis in plants both in vitro and in vivo. The authors review current research, including their own, into both somatic embryogenesis and organogenesis in a range of plant systems, including carrot somatic embryos and tobacco thin cell layers.


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