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    'Staff publications' is the digital repository of Wageningen University & Research

    'Staff publications' contains references to publications authored by Wageningen University staff from 1976 onward.

    Publications authored by the staff of the Research Institutes are available from 1995 onwards.

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    Rooting plant development
    Scheres, B. - \ 2013
    Development 140 (2013)5. - ISSN 0950-1991 - p. 939 - 941.
    arabidopsis root - cell fate - meristem - differentiation - mechanism - shoot - framework - epidermis - division - pattern
    In 1993, we published a paper in Development detailing the anatomical structure of the Arabidopsis root. The paper described how root growth was maintained by the precisely tuned activity of a small set of 'initials', which acted as the source of dividing and differentiating cells, and how these stem cell-like cells surrounded a few infrequently dividing cells. This work underpinned subsequent research on root developmental biology and sparked a detailed molecular analysis of how stem cell groups are positioned and maintained in plants.
    Lipophilic and hydrophilic moisturizers show different actions on human skin as revealed by cryo scanning electron microscopy
    Caussin, J. ; Groenink, H.W.W. ; Graaff, A.M. de; Gooris, G.S. ; Wiechers, J.W. ; Aelst, A.C. van; Bouwstra, J.A. - \ 2007
    Experimental Dermatology 16 (2007)11. - ISSN 0906-6705 - p. 891 - 898.
    stratum-corneum hydration - double-blind - barrier - degradation - maturation - filaggrin - epidermis - xerosis - acid - mice
    To study the mode of action of moisturizers on human skin, hydrophilic moisturizers in water and neat lipophilic moisturizers were applied on excised skin for 24 h at 32°C. Samples of the treated skin were subsequently visualized in a cryoscanning electron microscope. The stratum corneum (SC) appeared as a region of swollen corneocytes (the swollen region) sandwiched between two layers of relatively dry corneocytes (the upper and lower non-swelling regions respectively). Lipophilic moisturizers increased the water content of the SC, whereas hydrophilic moisturizers can also reduce the water content of the SC. When focusing on the effect of the moisturizers on the three different regions, it was observed that cells in the swelling region are most sensitive to the application of the moisturizers and that the change in SC thickness is most influenced by the change in the thickness of the swelling region. Summarizing, SC cells are not equally sensitive to moisturizer application: centrally located corneocytes are more sensitive than corneocytes in the upper and the lowest regions of the SC.
    Duizend-en één factoren van invloed op verruwing : literatuuronderzoek verruwing van appel
    Gildemacher, P.R. - \ 2000
    Randwijk : Praktijkonderzoek Plant & Omgeving, Sector Fruit (PPO rapport 2000/14) - 40
    appels - vruchtverruwing - epidermis - cuticula bij planten - weersbeïnvloeding - gisten - fungiciden - apples - russeting - epidermis - plant cuticle - weather control - yeasts - fungicides
    Rondom de epidermis
    Stoffers, A.L. - \ 1967
    Wageningen : Veenman - 20
    epidermis - epidermis
    Verslag van een reis naar Duitsland en Oostenrijk, 21 - 31 oktober 1965
    Bruinsma, J. - \ 1965
    Wageningen : [s.n.] (Intern verslag / Centrum voor plantenfysiologisch onderzoek no. 6) - 9
    biologie - epidermis - kernenergie - parasitaire planten - plantengroeiregulatoren - straling - radionucliden - onderzoek - onkruiden - biology - epidermis - nuclear energy - parasitic plants - plant growth regulators - radiation - radionuclides - research - weeds
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