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As in the ap2 ag shp1 shp2 quadruple mutant, the loss of SPT or CRC function in an ap2 ag background results in the loss of all carpelloid features (Alvarez and Smyth, 1999), showing that these two genes are also necessary for carpel development. , 2001), although the main phenotypes associated with spt mutations are developmental defects in most of the marginal tissues of the carpel (Alvarez and Smyth, 1999). CRC is specifically expressed in nectaries and carpels; crc gynoecia are shorter and 20 ´ NDIZ ET AL.
We will start by summarising what is known about the formation and patterning of leaves, in order to be able to use this information as a basis for a discussion of carpel and fruit morphogenesis in later sections. , 2006), though in contrast to these, we aim only to give an overview of the known regulatory networks. B. INITIATION OF LATERAL ORGANS AT THE FLANKS OF THE SHOOT APICAL MERISTEM In this section, we approach the following two basic questions: what regulatory events are required for lateral organ initiation at the peripheral zone (PZ) of the shoot apical meristem (SAM) and what are the events leading to CARPEL DEVELOPMENT 11 the formation of lateral organ primordia?
DEVELOPMENT OF THE CARPEL LATERAL DOMAINS The lateral domains of the gynoecial primordium give rise to the valves, which form the ovary wall, and the valve margins, which form at the valve/ replum borders (Fig. 3). The valve margins later differentiate into the CARPEL DEVELOPMENT 25 dehiscence zones, where the Arabidopis fruit opens. AG has been proposed to specify valve identity, based on the phenotype of the ap2 ag double mutant, in which the carpeloid organs present in the first whorl of the flower do not show typical valve cell organisation (Bowman, 1991).