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Figure 4

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

Figure 4

Calibration of the degree of rescue of transgenic flowers. (A) pi-1 mutant flower; (B-D) pi-1 homozygous mutant flowers of transgenic plants with different degrees of rescue: (B) showed weak rescue, the arrow labels the mosaic stamen, (C) strong rescue, and (D) full rescue; (E) Wild-type flower; (F) Petal epidermis of the flower shown in (A); (G) Petal epidermal cells of the flower shown in (B); (H) Petal epidermal cells of the flower shown in (C); (I) Petal epidermal cells of the flower shown in (D); (J) Petal epidermis of a wild-type Arabidopsis thaliana flower. (K) Sepal epidermis of a wild-type A. thaliana flower. Bars: (A–E) 0.5 mm; (G–M) 10 μm.

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