Molecular Mechanisms of Leaf Morphogenesis
Koyama, Tomotsugu (editor)
Leaf morphology is obviously determined in a plant. By contrast, its morphology is often changeable when the plant copes with various environmental changes. To update our understanding of the regulatory mechanisms of leaf morphogenesis with robustness and flexibility, this book provides a series of academic papers that cover molecular mechanism of leaf morphogenesis and offers readers' opportunities to find beautiful mechanisms that plants develop.
Keywordsapical meristems; Class I KNOX genes; compound leaves; determinacy; Dryopteridaceae; ferns; leaf development; pinna development; shoot development; Nepenthes; carnivorous plants; UPLC-qToF-MS; metabolomics; tissue specificity; cheminformatics; CIN-like TCP transcription factors; regulation; light; high temperature; microRNA319; BRAHMA; TIE1 transcriptional repressors; TEAR1 E3 ligases; Leaf angle; Phytohormones; crop yield; BR; Crosstalk; Class I KNOX; Elaphoglossum; fronds; leaf diversity; leaf evolution and development; megaphyll; Riccia fluitans; liverwort; adaptation; terrestrialization; transformation; sexual induction; shoot meristem; embryogenesis; stem cell; boundary; transcription factor; cytochrome P450; CUC; STM; LAS; BLR; KNAT6; KLU; CYP78A5; ASYMMETRIC LEAVES2; AS2/LOB domain; adaxial–abaxial polarity; ETTIN/AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR3 (ETT/ARF3); AS2 body; nucleolus; gene body methylation; ribosomal DNA (rDNA); adaptive significance of insect galls; gall-inducing insects; gall formation mechanism; insect effectors
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Research & information: general
Biology, life sciences
Botany & plant sciences