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In situ hybridization or antibody probes making use of specific molecular markers applied to QC cells may resolve this problem. However, certainly in maize, and possibly in tomato, the QC is heterogeneous with respect to the proliferative behaviour of its cells. e. some cells are temporarily arrested in Go or have a low probability of passing from A state). but this is based on comparisons of DTN using different methods of analysis which estimate cell cycle parameters that pertain to different fractions of the QC population as a whole (Clowes 1971).
Mean root length (mm) and standard deviation at different times after germination were plotted as a function of the sucrose concentration in the media. Interestingly, the response to improved growth conditions differed among the mutants. , 1993). The phenotype of pom pom was observed initially at a sucrose concentration of 1% (Table 1). Whereas 100% of cobra and lion's tail expressed the expansion phenotype on 2% sucrose, the expansion phenotype of pom pom was observed in 100% of the plants only on 3% sucrose (Table 1).