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Vascular structure contributes to shoot sectoriality in Selaginella kraussiana

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Selaginella species are characterized by regular anisotomous dichotomous divisions of the shoot apical meristem, giving rise to two new axes (branches) which differ in size. A vital process is the formation of vascular connections, which enables continuous communication and consequent functional and developmental integration of a plant during branching. Here, we present the sequence of developmental changes in the vascular system of Selaginella kraussiana related to dichotomous branching. Stem vasculature in Selaginella kraussiana consists of two meristeles which change in arrangement during shoot development. Using dye tracers, we documented developmental functional isolation of meristeles associated with the specific structure of the stelar system, which results in a spatiotemporal sectoriality of the shoot. We discuss sectoriality in terms of possible significance for shoot development.
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