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Modelling wood formation and structure: power and limits of a morphogenetic gradient in controlling xylem cell proliferation and growth

Abstract : The emergence of the characteristic tree-ring pattern during xylogenesis is commonly thought to be controlled by a gradient of morphogen (auxin, TDIF peptide...). We show that this hypothesis accounts for several developmental aspects of wood formation, but not for the final anatomical structure.
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Félix Hartmann, Cyrille Rathgeber, Meriem Fournier, Bruno Moulia. Modelling wood formation and structure: power and limits of a morphogenetic gradient in controlling xylem cell proliferation and growth. Annals of Forest Science, Springer Nature (since 2011)/EDP Science (until 2010), 2017, 74 (1), 15 p. ⟨10.1007/s13595-016-0613-y⟩. ⟨hal-01478076⟩

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