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Fig. 1.

From: Differences in the Manifestation of Cell Pluripotence In Vivo and In Vitro in the Mutant Arabidopsis thaliana with the Phenotype of Cell Memory Disorder

Fig. 1.

Temperature dependence of the tae mutant phenotype. The upper, middle, and two lower lines are plants under conditions of 26–28°C, 22–24°C, and 18–20°C, respectively. (a, b) 3-week-old WT and tae plants, respectively; (c) 4-week-old WT (left) and tae (right) plants; (d, e) 3-week-old WT and tae plants, respectively; (f) 4-week-old WT (left) and tae (right) plants; (g, h) WT and tae plants at the age of 1.5 months, respectively (the upper leaves of the tae rosette stopped growing; (c) cotyledons); (i) deformed leaves of 2-month-old mutant plants with outgrowths and buds; (j–l) scanning electron microscopy of the leaves of tae plants shown in h; (j) a bunch of underdeveloped leaves at the top of the shoot; (k) leaves that have stopped developing at different stages of development; (l) base of one of the apical leaves with numerous buds. Bars correspond to (a–i) 1 cm, (j, k) 300 µm, (l) 100 µm.

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