Symplesiomorphies in the WUSCHEL clade suggest that the last common ancestor of seed plants contained at least four independent stem cell niches
Version of Record online: 31 MAY 2013
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Volume 199, Issue 4, pages 1081–1092, September 2013
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Nardmann, J. and Werr, W. (2013), Symplesiomorphies in the WUSCHEL clade suggest that the last common ancestor of seed plants contained at least four independent stem cell niches. New Phytologist, 199: 1081–1092. doi: 10.1111/nph.12343
- Issue online: 2 AUG 2013
- Version of Record online: 31 MAY 2013
- Manuscript Accepted: 23 APR 2013
- Manuscript Received: 19 MAR 2013
- Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. Grant Numbers: WE 1262/7-1, SFB680
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Fig. S1 Phylogeny of the plant-specific WOX family.
Fig. S2 Phylogenetic tree based on full-length WOX protein sequences obtained by the ML method.
Fig. S3 Phylogenetic tree based on full-length WOX protein sequences obtained by the BI method excluding the SmWOXII sequence.
Fig. S4 Cellular expression pattern of GbWOX4 in the vascular cambium on transverse Ginkgo shoot sections.
Fig. S5 GgWOX3 expression pattern in the strobili of the dioecious plant Gnetum gnemon.
Fig. S6 PsWOX2 expression pattern in young embryos of Pinus sylvestris.
Fig. S7 Alignment of full-length WOX protein sequences.
Table S1 Accession numbers and genome loci of full-length WOX proteins