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This disruption of stem cell maintenance makes the flower determinate and assures its future fertility by blocking the development of floral organs, in the place of ovules, within the gynoecium. A. AGAMOUS (AG), THE MAIN GENE RESPONSIBLE FOR CARPEL DEVELOPMENT, ALSO PLAYS A CENTRAL ROLE IN FLORAL MERISTEM TERMINATION AG function is not restricted to the control of stamen and carpel identity. It also promotes floral meristem termination (Fig. , 1990). Stem cells are thus indefinitely maintained within the FM and allow for the endless production of floral organs.
3). , 1999). As discussed above, meristem-associated genes are expressed in this region and seem to be involved in early marginal tissue development. Many genes have been shown to play a role in marginal tissue development (Fig. 6). Most of these share functional redundancy, and strong phenotypes in carpel development can thus frequently only be seen in multiple mutants. ANT LUG YAB SHI/STY NGA SPT HEC YUC SHP NTT Auxin Fig. 6. Genetic networks directing marginal tissue differentiation at the apex of the Arabidopsis gynoecium.
7). In accordance with this model, the regulators Auxin gradient Gynoecium primordia Mature Gynoecium Fruit Fertilisation ind. dev. switch Fig. 7. Apical–basal patterning in the Arabidopsis gynoecium. An apical–basal auxin gradient has been suggested to participate in the apical–basal patterning of the gyneocium by positioning the borders between the apical style and stigma, the centrally placed ovary, and the short stem or gynophores at the base. After fertilisation, the ovary continues to elongate.