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- Sugimoto, Kaoru, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Current opinion in plant biology 2019 v.47 pp. 138-150
- epigenetics; meristems; stem cells; transcription (genetics)
- ... Plants have a remarkable regenerative capacity, but it varies widely among species and tissue types. Whether plant cells/tissues initiate regeneration largely depends on the extent to which they are constrained to their original tissue fate. Once cells start the regeneration program, they acquire a new fate, form meristems, and develop into organs. During these processes, the cells must continuous ...
- Sugimoto, Kaoru, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Current opinion in plant biology 2018 v.41 pp. 23-31
- epigenetics; regeneration (biological); shoots; stem cells
- ... Plants display an extraordinary ability to regenerate complete shoot systems from a tissue fragment or even from a single cell. Upregulation of the determinants of pluripotency during a precise window of time in response to external inductive cues is a key decisive factor for shoot regeneration. A burst of recent studies has begun to provide an understanding of signaling molecules that are instrum ...
- Sugimoto, Kaoru, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Plant methods 2016 v.12 no.1 pp. 27
- Arabidopsis; batteries; developmental stages; ecotypes; image analysis; plant propagation; researchers; root primordia; shoots; stem cells; temperature
- ... BACKGROUND: Plants have the remarkable property to elaborate entire body plan from any tissue part. The conversion of lateral root primordium (LRP) to shoot is an ideal method for plant propagation and for plant researchers to understand the mechanism underlying trans-differentiation. Until now, however, a robust method that allows the efficient conversion of LRP to shoot is lacking. This has limi ...
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