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Stomata in Ceratozamia (gymnosperms)

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Ceratozamia kuesteriana

Morphological aspects of stomata, cuticle and chloroplasts in Ceratozamia kuesteriana Regel (Zamiaceae)

by Barone Lumaga, M.R. , Moretti, A., De Luca, P.  72 more words


Nanocytology and the future prognosis of low-risk prostate cancer

The precise, microscopic architecture of prostate cancer tissue has long been suspected to be a potential indicator of prognostic value — along with the genetic/genomic modifications of the tissue too. 252 more words


Environmentally Responsive Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinases

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Figure 4.

Epistatic Interaction of YDA, Nt-MEK2DD, MPK3, and MPK6.

(A) Loss of function of YDA results in a clustered-stomata phenotype. 507 more words


About stomata

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Stomata of Tall fescue (Festuca) grasses.


Author: Debbie Swarthout

Contributing Author: C Michael Hogan

Topic Editor: Daniel Robert Taub… 156 more words


Light and auxin signals regulate stomatal development

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Auxin keeps stomata in the dark

Posted by Seema Grewal

The development of stomata – the epidermal pores on plant leaves that regulate gas exchange – is tightly regulated by various environmental factors. 137 more words


Next Steps in Cytotechnology

ASCP and ASC have put together a program to enable cytotechnologists to grow their skills and advance their careers. During this workshop, attendees will learn how to engage as a part of the clinical team and broaden their skill set to include fluorescent in-situ hybridization and interpretation of applied molecular tests. 17 more words


Stomata in maize

Development: Early events in asymmetric division

by Laura Serna

  • Nature Plants 1, Article number: 15008 (2015)
  • ​doi:10.1038/nplants.2015.8

Asymmetric cell divisions establish the patterning of stomata in maize. 42 more words