Cortical microtubule arrays lose uniform alignment between cells and are oryzalin resistant in the arabidopsis mutant, radially swollen 6
The coordinated expansion of cells is essential to the formation of correctly shaped plant tissues and organs. Members of the radially swollen (rsw) class of temperature-sensitive arabidopsis mutants were isolated in a screen for reduced anisotropic expansion, by selecting plants with radially swollen root tips. Here we describe rsw6, in which cortical microtubules in the root epidermis are well organized in parallel arrays within cells, but neighboring cells frequently contain arrays differing...[Show more]
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