Cell Commitment and Determination in Plants View Full Text


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DATE

1988

AUTHORS

Frederick Meins

ABSTRACT

Cells and groups of cells in developing organisms become progressively committed to form specific structures. This remarkable process is known as determination (1). In spite of its importance -- E. B. Wilson (2) called it “the fundamental problem...which includes all others” -- determination has received far less attention from molecular biologists than has cell differentiation. One reason may be that determination is not a visible property of cells. It is only discernible when the normal process of development is experimentally manipulated. More... »

PAGES

141-153

Book

TITLE

Genetic Engineering

ISBN

978-1-4615-7083-7
978-1-4615-7081-3

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