报告题目：Symplasmic networking at the shoot apical meristem during the dormancy cycle
报 告 人：Christiaan van der Schoot 教授
Prof. van der Schoot proposed a paradigm that depicts the shoot apical meristem (SAM ) as a self-organizing and autopoietic unit, which regulates morphogenesis through iterative symplasmic signaling. The paradigm also identified the SAM as the locus of perennial dormancy , as showed that the SAM self-arrests in response to short photoperiod signaling by uncoupling all cells from their shared symplasmic network through installation of specialized dormancy sphincter complexes .
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