IMG_0002_NEW_0031

IMG_0002_NEW_0031 - (W qtlnP .[i.aA c]l ,-.,(,rv^.A.say^...

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A lateral inhibition model of trichome spacing /G\ ,_,\__-e_ .l rrattcttn l. ..."r."".*]:-r ,. -b-=-J:-d J Tr6t/6LttR I //\- ::- ;t, lt . .- Y ...-'t'\ \7 'TnY" \7 The symmetry is broken when ,stochastic fluctuations in 'activator' (TTGI/GL1/R) concentration lead to one cell having more than the neighbouring cells. - (tr\vrc,' 1\ + [<oa\r1lc [e.-,p in t\ i7 h l'cut 'n;S cdV _ (4t2e c.lb ,'[ 67t /{11'1{
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Unformatted text preview: (W qtlnP .[i.aA c]l ,-.,(,rv^.A.say^ 4r, q r/r,A "frA'"t 'i' ,,-li rl{\q\?cul 'rt-7 1t tIs A lateral inhibition model of trichome spacing The asymmetry is amplified by the positive feedback loop inside the cell and the increasing negative effect on neighbouring cells through the 'inhibitor' (IRy) leading to trichome formation in more or less regular intervals....
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This note was uploaded on 12/27/2011 for the course BISC 333 taught by Professor Mattsson during the Fall '09 term at Simon Fraser.

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