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JOSÉ MANUEL PÉREZ-PÉREZ, SILVIA RUBIO-DÍAZ, STIJN DHONDT, DIANA HERNÁNDEZ-ROMERO, JOAQUÍN SÁNCHEZ-SORIANO, GERRIT T. S. BEEMSTER, MARÍA ROSA PONCE and JOSÉ LUIS MICOL Whole organ, venation and epidermal cell morphological variations are correlated in the leaves of Arabidopsis mutants Plant, Cell & Environment 34

Article first published online: 22 SEP 2011 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3040.2011.02415.x

A morphometric analysis of more than one hundred Arabidopsis leaf mutants suggests the nonessential contribution of the inner tissue layers to leaf morphogenesis and supports the idea that the epidermis drives leaf growth. Also, we provide the scientific community with some cellular descriptors that will allow the reinterpretation of already published leaf mutant phenotypes.

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