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Multiplying knowledge of cell division, plant growth


, : Multiplying knowledge of cell division, plant growth. Science 281(5383): 1591,1593-1591,1593

The writer discusses topics presented at the 18th International Congress of Genetics in Beijing. Plant geneticist Elliot Meyerowitz of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena reported the discovery of genes that control the activities of cells at the growing tip of a plant, and cell biologist Haifan Lin reported that his team at Duke University Medical Center may have identified a vital element for at least one kind of stem cell division.

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