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title: Differential growth regulation in plants - the acid growth balloon theory
author: Duenser, Kai;  Kleine-Vehn, Juergen
Issued Date: 2015
Abstract: 'To grow or not to grow' is a central question in developmental biology and is nowadays tackled wonderfully by cell-biological approaches in various species. The rigid plant cell wall is a neat evolutionary invention for sessile organisms, which require form stability in the face of an ever-changing natural environment. However, this cellular packaging places special constrains on mechanisms that guide cellular growth. Considering the largely non-reversible, man-made environmental changes and our dependency on plant products, further insights into plant-specific growth regulation are highly desirable. Here we provide our personal, current view on cellular growth regulation in plants, highlighting the mutual importance of extra- and intracellular processes.
Related URLs: 10.1016/j.pbi.2015.08.009
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Duenser, Kai,Kleine-Vehn, Juergen. Differential Growth Regulation In Plants - The Acid Growth Balloon Theory[J]. Current Opinion In Plant Biology,2015,28(X):55-59.

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