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Conservation of stem cell function in land plants

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All land plants grow from meristems containing stem cells which, through their divisions, produce all other body parts and generate form. Important changes in form accompanied the colonisation of land by plants, and I aim to discover if the known genetic and developmental basis of stem cell regulation in angiosperms is conserved in extant plants with growth forms resembling these early colonists. This will help us to understand how these early changes in form may have happened.

This talk is part of the Plant Sciences Research Seminars series.

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