Gravitropic response in radiata pine seedlings. Searching molecular keys
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One-year old Pinus radiata seedlings were inclined during 15 days (d) and transversally cut at 5d, 8d and 15d. Stem slices were stained using a solution of phloroglucinol (2A). From these preparations, wall thickness (2B) and cell diameter (2C) of xylem cells were measured.
This project was supported by FONDECYT (1071026), DIAT (U. de Talca), PBCT Anillo (ACT-41), Ecos-Conicyt (CB07-01) and postdoctoral PBCT-PSD61 projects. P.R. thanks to Conicyt for doctoral fellowship.
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