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The Plant Cell
The reiterative organogenesis that drives plant growth relies on the constant production of new cells, which remain encased by interconnected cell walls. For these reasons, plant morphogenesis strictly depends on the rate and orientation of both cell division and cell growth. Important progress has been made in recent years in understanding how cell cycle progression and the orientation of cell divisions are coordinated with cell and organ growth and with the acquisition of specialized celldoi:10.1093/plcell/koab222 pmid:34498091 pmcid:PMC8774096 fatcat:2sopqb3cbvbllidc6bdnqlmb5u