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Chapter 11

Cell Division Regulation

 
In proliferating cells, cell growth is coupled with cell division. The most fundamental functions of the cell division process are the precise replication of chromosomes and their subsequent distribution to daughter cells. These events are controlled by protein kinases and proteases, which have been identified in plants as well as in better-studied models (e.g., animals and yeast). Although functional characterization of these regulatory proteins is not complete, initial observations indicate that they function in similar ways in plants and other organisms but may be regulated differently.

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