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The cell type with the least difference in cross-sectional area for all the mutants was the endodermis (Fig. 2A). Conditional phenotype of root expansion mutants Initial observations suggested that the roots of some of the expansion mutants exhibited different responses when grown under varying growth conditions (Benfey et at. , 1993). In order to characterize this response, we grew the plants under conditions that changed the root growth rate. 5% (135 mM) sucrose ~nd then decreased slitghtly as the sucrose concentration was increased to 6% (Fig.
Ingham, 1988). The applicability of genetic analysis to plant development is demonstrated by the progress in studies on flower development, initiated by the description of floral homeotic mutants (reviewed by Meyerowitz & Coen, 1991). On these grounds we also favor the genetic approach to analyse cellular specification within meristems. How is pattern formation at the cellular level achieved? TIle general picture that emerges from studies on Drosophila embryogenesis is one of a coarse regional specification by concentration gradients of gene products, mostly transcription factors.
Sectors spanning the complete root were found and they had their upper boundaries at the same position mentioned above where the first root hairs become apparent. We took this as an indication that root and hypocotyl arise from two embryonic tiers in which at least epidermal cells, after the separation of these tiers, have very limited potential to switch root or hypocotyl fate. The next-largest root sectors found with similar boundaries fall in two classes: interzone sectors in which the lower sector boundary coincides approximately with the region in the root where the interzone-specific second cortex layer disappears; and root sectors originating from the meristem and having their upper sector boundary in the same region.