The aerial surfaces of many plant species are covered in hairs (trichomes). In this volume, plant scientists from diverse backgrounds present reviews which summarise the current understanding of these structures by discussing ultrastructure, biochemistry, differentiation and development, as well as their physiological and ecological roles.
Trichome Diversity and Development. Current and Potential Exploitation of Plant Glandular Trichome Productivity. Anacardic Acids in Trichomes of Perlargonium Biosynthesis, Molecular Biology Ecological Effects. Monoterpenoid Biosynthesis in Glandular Trichomes of Labiate Plants. Structure and Function of Secretory Cells. Trichome Morphogenesis. Specification of Epidermal Cell Morphology. Trichome Initiation in Arabidopsis. Chemotaxonomy Based on Metabolites from Glandular Trichomes. Trichome Plasmodesmata: a Model System for Cell-to-cell Movement.
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