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Molecular networks of periderm development in Arabidopsis
A periderm is developed by most dicotyledons and gymnosperms to protect the vascular cylinder against the environment and replaces the epidermis once it cannot accommodate the radial thickening during secondary growth anymore. The periderm consists of the cork cambium producing inwards the phelloderm and outwards the phellem or cork. Phellem cells are highly suberized and develop into dead cells. Despite its biological and economic importance, the molecular mechanisms of periderm developmentdoi:10.15496/publikation-26320 fatcat:oavfxskqbvf3vmzy2jd33idr2i