From central-peripheral to adaxial-abaxial
Higher plants are constructed of three organs--the stem, the root and the leaf. The stem and the root have two axes, apical-basal and central-peripheral, which cross orthogonally. Leaves develop from the shoot apical meristem as lateral organs that have three different axes, apical-basal, adaxial-ab...
|Published in:||Trends in plant science, Vol. 6, No. 12 (2001), p. 548-50|
|Item Description:||Date Completed 05.02.2002|
Date Revised 16.11.2017
Citation Status MEDLINE
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