zeiss_microscopy ZEISS Microscopy zeiss_microscopy February 16, 2018

Repost of @natstagramme @microscopic_farmer This is a live Arabidopsis #inflorescence with young #flower #buds developing at the periphery. Cell walls have been stained with propidium iodide (grey). Fluorescent reporters were used to monitor the expression of the APETALA3 (AP3, green) and SUPERMAN (SUP, red) genes. AP3 is required for the development of stamens (the male organs), while SUP establishes the boundary between the male and female part of the flower. This picture was acquired using live confocal imaging, which allows us to describe the expression of several genes in both space and time, in the same live biological samples, with a precise cellular #resolution. It finally allows us to understand a question that has been elusive for 25 years: how the male/female boundary is established during the formation of the flower. My research aims at understanding how flower buds are patterned as they form. Imaged at @caltechedu on LSM 780 #confocal #microscope. #zeiss #carlzeiss #microscopy

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