Topological traits of a cellular pattern versus growth rate anisotropy in radish roots
The topology of a cellular pattern, which means the spatial arrangement of cells, directly corresponds with cell packing, which is crucial for tissue and organ functioning. The topological features of cells that are typically analyzed are the number of their neighbors and the cell area. To date, the...
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Protoplasma : An International Journal of Animal, Fungal and Plant Cell Biology, Vol. 256, No. 4 (2019), p. 1037-1049