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Ultimately, these are arrayed along the plasma membrane of the very large endosperm cell; subsequent cellularisation and specialisation of internal and external cells results in formation of a single cell layer of epidermal cells. The epidermal cells undergo primarily anticlinal cell divisions and hence remain a single layer. Somatic excision of a transposon from an anthocyanin biosynthetic gene early in endosperm ontogeny will result in a very large sector, but the majority of events occur after cellularisation, resulting in patches and dots of purple pigment.
Schulman, A. , Lahaye, T. and SchulzeLefert, P. (2000) h contiguous 66-kb barley DNA sequence provides evidence for reversible genome expansion. Genorne Research, 10, 908-915. Song, W. , Pi, L. , Bureau, T . E. and Ronald, P. C. (1998) Identification and characteriza- Maize transposons 3 1 tion of 14 transposon-like elements in the noncoding regions of members of the Xa21 family of disease resistance genes in rice. Molecular and General Genetics, 258, 449-456. Tikhonov, A. , SanMiguel, P. , Gorenstein, N.
For example, some plant species might possess determinate spinescent axillary shoots whereas the axillary shoots of other related species are indeterminate branches. This variation might be coded in the following way: axillary shoots: spinescent, determinate (O),indeterminate (1) [character: state (O), state ( l ) ] Systematic t h e o r y and homology 3 5 SURVEY OF VARIATION RECIPROCAL ILLUMINATION I SIMILARITY and CONJUNCTION PRIMARY HOMOLOGY STATEMENTS Attributes in a data matrix that conform t o the similarity and conjunction criteria; character states show topographic, ontogenetic and compositional correspondence and are anatomical singulars.