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This volume provides an account of current research into the mechanisms by which polarity is generated at the level of the cell, organ and organism in plants, drawing especially on recent work with model organisms. The emphasis is on the use of the techniques of molecular genetics to dissect molecular mechanisms. This is the first volume to bring together the diverse aspects of polarity in plant development.
1. Polar cell growth and the cytoskeleton biology Patrick J. Hussey, Michael J. Deeks, Timothy J. Hawkins and Tijs Ketelaar, The Integrative Cell Biology Laboratory, School of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, University of Durham, UK. 2. Mechanisms of cell polarity establishment and polar auxin transport Arthur J. Molendijk, Olaf Tietz, Benedetto Ruperti, Ivan A. Paponov and Klaus Palme, Zellbiologie, Universitaet Freiburg, Germany. 3. Polarity and cell walls Przemyslaw Wojtaszek, Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland and Dieter Volkmann and Frantisek Baluska, Botanisches Institut, Universitat Bonn, Germany. 4. Polarity in single cells: root hairs, epidermal pavement cells and trichomes Stefanie Falk, Jaideep Mathur and Martin Hulskamp, Botanical Institute, University of Koln, Germany. 5. From polarity to pattern: early development in fucoid algae Colin Brownlee, Marine Biological Association, Plymouth, UK. 6. Polarity in Arabidopsis embryogenesis Ramon A. Torres Ruiz, Institute for Genetics, University of Dusseldorf, Germany. 7. Polarity in roots Peter W. Barlow, School of Biological Sciences, University of Bristol, UK and Dieter Volkmann and Frantisek Baluska, Botanisches Institut, Universitat Bonn, Germany. 8. Development of the shoot apical meristem Rudiger Simon, Institut fur Entwicklungsbiologie, University of Koln, Germany. 9. Polar signals in vascular development Thomas Berleth and Enrico Scarpella, Department of Botany, University of Toronto, Canada. 10. Establishment of polarity in lateral organs of seed plants John L. Bowman, Section of Plant Biology, University of California at Davis, USA. 11. Polarity in floral development Martin Kieffer and Brendan Davies, Leeds Institute for Plant Biotechnology and Agriculture, University of Leeds, UK. References Index