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C. , 2002), though this phenotype is gradually enhanced in combination with mutations in further SHI/STY family members. Accordingly, multiple SHI/STY mutants show radically reduced style and stigma tissues, an abnormal septum and an incomplete closure of the gynoecium apex. This phenotype is similar to that observed in lug mutants; moreover, it has been shown that the lug mutation is epistatic over sty1, and that STY expression is reduced in lug mutants. , 2006). F for further details). Recently, the small NGATHA (NGA) gene family, encoding B3domain transcription factors, has been described.
C. , 2005). The mechanisms that establish the pattern of differentiation along the distal–proximal axis of the leaf have not yet been determined. It has been shown, however, that cell proliferation and differentiation/expansion occurs along a gradient from the (distal) leaf blade toward the (proximal) petiole, reflected by the gradual move of a front of cell cycle arrest from the tip to the base (Fig. , 2003). Similarly, cell divisions in the mid-region decline slightly ahead of divisions at the leaf margins in a medio-lateral gradient (Byrne, 2005).
C. PARTITIONING THE CARPEL: ADAXIAL–ABAXIAL AND MEDIO-LATERAL PATTERNING Once organ identity has been specified, the gynoecial primordium is divided into different domains. In the first stages of development, abaxial–adaxial and medio-lateral patterning are specified, and later, as the primordium forms a cylinder, apical/basal polarity is defined. Abaxial–adaxial polarity refers to the differentiation between the outer (abaxial) and inner (adaxial) domains of the carpel (Fig. 3). These domains are, respectively, equivalent to the lower and upper sides of leaves, and the establishment of adaxial–abaxial polarity involves similar genetic mechanisms to those operating in leaves.