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Figure 2

From: CsPI from the perianthless early-diverging Chloranthus spicatus show function on petal development in Arabidopsis thaliana

Figure 2

Overexpression of CsPI in wild-type Arabidopsis thaliana . (A-H) phenotypic analysis of transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana plants ectopically expressing CsPI. (A) Wild Arabidopsis thaliana flower, the arrow labels the first floral organ; (B) Flower bud of the wild Arabidopsis thaliana; (C) Sepal epidermis of wild Arabidopsis thaliana flower; (D) Petal epidermis of wild Arabidopsis thaliana flower. (E) Flower of 35S::CsPI transgenic lines, the arrow labels the first floral organ; (F) Flower of 35S::CsPI transgenic lines, which have 5 petals and 5 petaloid sepals, the arrow labels the first floral organ; (G) Flower bud of the 35S::CsPI transgenic lines; (H) the margin epidermis of the first floral organ from 35S::CsPI transgenic lines. (A-B, F-G) Scale bars = 0.5 mm; (F-I) Scale bars = 5 μm.

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