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Long-distance solute transport in trees improved by intercellular pathways in living woody tissues
Date:12/7/2012

intensively dividing cells in this region require many nutrients.

"Nowadays we are getting closer to understanding how cell-to cell communication can be translated into higher levels of plant body organization," Sokołowska concludes. "Cambium is a plant tissue composed of immortal, ever-dividing cells, equivalent to stem cells in animals. The more we learn about the mechanisms governing their functions, the better perspectives we get for directing morphogenetic processes in plants, animals and possibly humans."

"The wood produced by cambium is used commercially," she adds. "So, knowledge about cambial function and its regulation is also important for future modification of wood production quality."


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