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An Arabidopsis thaliana embryo at the 16C stage.
This image is a 3D volume rendering of a confocal image stack showing an embryo with 16 cells (Orange), surrounded by seed tissues. Moukhtar et al. show in this issue that the division patterns during the first generation of embryogenesis in A. thaliana can be explained by a single rule linking cell geometry and division plane positioning.
Image Credit: Katia Belcram