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|Author||Itoh J, Nonomura K, Ikeda K, Yamaki S, Inukai Y, Yamagishi H, Kitano H, Nagato Y.|
|Title||Rice plant development: from zygote to spikelet.|
|Journal||Plant Cell Physiol.|
Rice is becoming a model plant in monocotyledons and a model cereal crop. For better understanding of the rice plant, it is essential to elucidate the developmental programs of the life cycle. To date, several attempts have been made in rice to categorize the developmental processes of some organs into substages. These studies are based exclusively on the morphological and anatomical viewpoints. Recent advancement in genetics and molecular biology has given us new aspects of developmental processes. In this review, we first describe the phasic development of the rice plant, and then describe in detail the developmental courses of major organs, leaf, root and spikelet, and specific organs/tissues. Also, for the facility of future studies, we propose a staging system for each organ.
|MeSH||Flowers / anatomy & histology Flowers / growth & development Meiosis Models, Biological Oryza / anatomy & histology Oryza / embryology Oryza / growth & development* Oryza / physiology Plant Leaves / anatomy & histology Plant Leaves / growth & development Plant Roots / anatomy & histology Plant Roots / growth & development Plant Structures / anatomy & histology Plant Structures / growth & development Reproduction Zygote / growth & development|
|WOS Category||PLANT SCIENCES CELL BIOLOGY|