By Ramin Yadegari, Robert B. Goldberg (auth.), Brian A. Larkins, Indra K. Vasil (eds.)
The beginnings of human civili zation could be traced again to the time , ne- ly 12 ,000 years in the past , while th e early people steadily ch anged from a lifetime of looking and accumulating nutrients , to generating foodstuff. This starting of pri- tive agriculture ensured a accountable offer of meals , and fostered the residing jointly of individuals in teams and the advance of s o c i e ty. in the course of th is time, plant s e e ds have been famous a s a invaluable s o ur c e of nutrients and nutrients , and started for use for starting to be vegetation for meals. Ever s i n c e , plant seeds have performed a massive function within the improvement of the human civilization . Even this present day, s e e ds of some crop s p e c i e s , s uc h because the cereals and legume s, are the first s o u r c e of such a lot human nutrition , and the most important commodity in foreign agriculture. due to their nice significance as nutrients for human s and in foreign alternate , seeds were a favourite item of s t u d y by means of developmental biologists and physiologi sts , nutritionist s and chem i sts . A wealth of helpful details i s on hand on th e biology of seed s .
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B. ; R. B. ]. Each tissue layer of the radial embryo-proper axis also has a distinct transcriptional program (Figure 1 and 2). Transcriptional activity within these layers , however, appears to be established in a territory-specific manner; that is, ground meristem cells within the equator region activate promoters distinct from those within ground meristem cells of the micropylar-region, and vice versa (Figure I and 2). Therefore, a radial pattern during the globularstage embryogenesis is composed of two elements-three concentric layers of cells (Figure 1), and a partially-overlapping ring of transcriptional-specific regulatory programs (depending on the position along the apical-basal axis) (Figure 2).
1996) (Figure 2). The activity of these four genes, regardless of whether they playa role in regulating the ultimate differentiation of the embryonic regions in which 30 Ramin Yadegari and Robert B . Goldberg they are expressed, nevertheless indicates that both the longitudinal, apicalbasal axis and the radial, tissue-type axis of a globular embryo are partitioned into discrete transcriptional territories (Davidson, 1990, 1994) . The longitudinal axis of the embryo proper contains at least three non-overlapping transcriptional territories - (a) chalazaI region, (b) equator region, and (c) micropylar region (Figure 2).
How does the STM gene product affect SAM development? , 1995). , 1995). Whether similar cell-to-cell trafficking of STM gene products takes place in Arabidopsis embryos remains to be seen. , 1996). Unless the synthesis and accumulation of the STM protein product is much delayed relative to the accumulation of the STM mRNA, the STM gene product appears to function in the derivatives of cells that have been specified earlier by an STM-independent process. Alternatively, STM may be involved in specification of SAM precursor cells early in embryogenesis; whereas, in an stm background, another gene product might complement the STM activity within these precursors.