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Interactions between jointless and Wild-Type Tomato Tissues during Development of the Pedicel Abscission Zone and the Inflorescence Meristem
The Plant Cell
The jointless mutation of tomato results in the formation of flower pedicels that lack an abscission zone and inflorescence meristems that revert to vegetative growth. We have analyzed periclinal chimeras and mericlinal sectors of jointless and wild-type tissue to determine how cells in different meristem layers (L1, L2, and L3) and their derivatives interact during these two developmental processes. Cells in the inner meristem layer, L3, alone determined whether the meristem maintained thedoi:10.1105/tpc.11.2.159 pmid:9927636 fatcat:lvxwa4oajbel5jlxqt27yykeru