A 4A). 7) were also up‐regulated in xylem (Fig. (A) Fiber cells in oblique longitudinal section contained large central vacuole and peripheral cytoplasm. However, in some domains, the membrane appeared to form regular ridges or tubules (Figure 5A, B). 1A, B), as previously observed in similar studies (Lev‐Yadun, 1994). Secondary growth is one of the most important biological processes on Earth. However, the authors mentioned that xylem vessels consistently showed lower labeling of mannan epitopes than fibers and xylem parenchyma cells (Handford et al. , Zhao C Therefore, very important aspects of secondary growth, such as seasonal cycle of cambial activity cannot be studied in Arabidopsis. et al in Bougainvillea a series of cambia arise outside the oldest phloem. Microtubule‐associated small membrane compartments were commonly observed, as well as Golgi and secretory vesicles fusing with the plasma membrane. 2001), detected with secondary antibody‐Alexa 594. For full access to this pdf, sign in to an existing account, or purchase an annual subscription. The collection of ridges, however, might be large enough to be visualized if a marker of the microdomain is found. Rosette leaves of treatment plants grew much larger than those of the plants in the control group plants (Fig. It causes the cell wall to become rigid by blocking free carboxyl groups that interact with bivalent ions like Ca2+ (Micheli, 2001). , Peng L, Betzner AS, (C, E, F) Strong mannan immunolabeling in fiber secondary cell walls and relatively lower label in vessel and ray secondary cell walls. For treatment stem, control stem, xylem tissue, and bark tissue samplings, two biologically duplicate sets were prepared. 2009). After washing in TBST, grids were transferred to secondary antibodies (1:100 dilution in antibody solution). LD Wounding might be a contributing factor for secondary xylem induction (Lev‐Yadun, 2002). For morphological observations, samples were freeze‐substituted with 2% osmium tetroxide (Electron Microscopy Sciences) and 8% dimethoxypropane (DMP) (Sigma‐Aldrich, St. Louis, MO, USA) in anhydrous acetone for 120 h, using a dry ice‐acetone bath that equilibrated at −80 °C. c Control, the promoter regions of 1 000 randomly selected Arabidopsis genes were used for calculation of average occurrence of the motifs. The sequences of primers used included the following: MYB59 (5′‐AGAGA TGAAACTTGTGCAAG‐3′ and 5′‐ACAGAAGCTTCAAAAGTC TAT‐3′), MYB48 (5′‐ATGATGCAAGAGGAGGGAAA‐3′ and 5′‐TTAACCTGACGACCACGGTGA‐3′), MYB13 (5′AGATGGG GAGAAGACCATG‐3′ and 5′‐GGAAACGTAAACGACTTT‐3′). , Laties GG. Of the 304 xylem up‐regulated genes, 66 genes were also up‐regulated in the treatment stem group (Fig. (F) Thin cross‐section of hypocotyl region from treated plants. The promoter sequence analysis using Motifsampler 2.0 identified several previously not described putative cis‐elements that were present in significantly high numbers in the promoter regions of the selected genes (Table 2). Initials of vessels in both cambia are called primordial vessel members. In order to gain further insight into the transcriptional regulation of secondary growth, the expression patterns of the genes encoding transcription factors were documented in relation to secondary growth. X, xylem; P, phloem region; PF, phloem fibre; C, cortex; B, bark; CZ; cambial zone. The secondary cell wall is normally made of three layers, called the S1, S2 and S3 layers, defined by different angles of cellulose microfibrils relative to the cell length axis (Bailey and Kerr 1935; Barnett and Bonham 2004). Extensive secondary vascular tissue production was observed in treatment stems. Such hydrolytic enzymes as cystein proteinases, serine proteinases, and nucleases are highly induced during xylogenesis (Fukuda, 1996). , Barlow P During secondary cell wall biosynthesis, the cortical cytoplasm contains a variety of endomembrane structures as well as the prominent microtubule array. 7. (A) Tangential section through the cell surface showing regular arrays of microtubules (mt) and, in the cell wall, cellulose microfibrils (double‐headed arrow) as well as fusing vesicle profiles (arrow). Divergence in functions of different lignified cell types, that is, fibers and vessels, might require diverse secondary cell walls but this type of spatial heterogeneity has not been explored. Some Golgi stacks lacking apparent trans‐Golgi networks (TGN) associated with their trans‐face and with many small associated vesicles/fenestrae around their peripheries. The differentially expressed genes in each sample were assigned to functional categories following those of the Munich Information Center for Protein Sequences (MIPS) Arabidopsis database (MATDB, http://mips.gsf.de/proj/thal/db/). A list of such cell wall proteins includes hydroxyproline‐rich glycoproteins (HRGPs), proline‐rich proteins (PRPs), and glycine‐rich proteins (GRPs) (Cassab and Varner, 1988). Root growth begins with seed germination. In contrast, mannan epitopes were detected in a cell type specific localization pattern where the fiber secondary cell wall, especially the S2 layer was strongly labeled while vessel and rays were not. When comparing treatment and control stems, higher numbers of photosynthetic genes were up‐regulated in control stems than in treatment stems (Fig. Nishitani Domains of plasma membrane ridges or tubules (arrows) associated with microtubules (mt) and aligned with cellulose microfibrils (mf). 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Sauer é The cell types in wood of angiosperms such as poplar are more diverse in function and shape than those of gymnosperms, which consist predominantly of tracheids (Esau 1965). (2000) were unable to find any bark abundant endopeptidase in their cDNA library screening. Thus, the members of the XET gene family as a whole seem to be expressed in versatile cell types and have various functions including secondary xylem formation‐related activities. Difference # Primary Xylem: 1. secondary xylem secondary phloem vascular cambium. Secondary Xylem Secondary xylem is formed with a plant's secondary growth; this is the type of growth that allows the plant to get wider over time. These plants produce more active GA, increased number of xylem fibers and more secondary growth (Eriksson et al. In addition, a 4‐month‐old poplar (Populus deltoides) stem was prepared as sample material to be used for an anatomical comparison of xylem structures found in Arabidopsis plant samples. In order to gain functional inference of the up‐regulated genes in the treatment, control, xylem, and bark groups, the differentially expressed genes were assigned to functional categories according to the annotation by AGI (Arabidopsis Gene Index, http://www.tigr.org/tdb/tgi/agi/) numbers in the Munich Information Center for Protein Sequences (MIPS) Arabidopsis database (MATDB, http://mips.gsf.de/proj/thal/db/). Lignin is a heterogeneous phenolic polymer that is deposited in secondary cell walls along with cellulose and hemicelluloses. Separation of root-hypocotyl segments into three components, xylem, phloem-enriched, and non-vascular (cortex plus epidermis) tissues was … Plant Nucleotide Sugar Formation, Interconversion, and Salvage by Sugar Recycling*. (A) Profuse labeling in fiber secondary cell wall (CW), especially S2 layer (arrows) but less labeling in vessel secondary cell wall. In the present study, there was no cellulose synthase gene (CesA) up‐regulated in bark, while three CesA genes had higher expression levels in the xylem tissue when compared with the bark tissue (Table 1). J The reproducibility of the array experiments was characterized by comparing each set of signal values from the duplicated experiments. These antibodies were used to localize xylan in metaxylem and protoxylem secondary cell walls in wild‐type Arabidopsis inflorescence stems (Persson et al. Golgi structure observed was unlike other secretory polysaccharide systems such as pine where trans‐Golgi networks (TGN) were made up of grape‐like clusters (Samuels et al. . , Ellis BF, Carlson JE. Slides were placed in a coplin jar filled with 5% non‐fat milk blocking buffer with TBST (10 mM Tris‐buffer, 0.25 M NaCl, pH 7, with 0.1% Tween) for 20 min. . Grids were floated on a drop of primary antibody of anti‐mannan with antibody solution (1% BSA in TBST) for 1 h at room temperature. JR The full text of this article hosted at iucr.org is unavailable due to technical difficulties. A transgenic approach using marker proteins (e.g. The probe array was scanned twice, and then the intensities were averaged with a Hewlett‐Packard GeneArray Scanner. We thank Jacob Best for technical assistance and Rebecca Smith for comments on the manuscript. b Motif IDs were from PLACE or PLANTCARE. Beers Primary xylem originates from the procambium of apical meristem, and secondary xylem from the vascular cambium. In cases of monocots, who lack cambium, secondary growth is not seen. (A) A 3‐week‐old Arabidopsis plant grown in high‐density growth condition (control). The upcoming discussion will update you about the differences between Primary and Secondary Xylem. The second component is hemicellulose, which helps to aggregate cellulose microfibrils by providing cross‐links among cellulose microfibrils (Atalla et al. The process of tracheid formation includes cellular enlargement, secondary cell wall thickening and lignification, and then programmed cell death, leading to the mature phase. X/B, signal intensity of xylem over that of bark; B/X, bark/xylem; T/C, treatment/control. Rensing Abstract: The development of secondary xylem has been studied historically from an anatomical point of view, but recent developments in cell and molecular biology have revitalized this field. All of the Arabidopsis genomic sequences were obtained from TIGR (ftp://ftp.tigr.org). M , . During secondary cell wall formation, the cellulose microfibril‐hemicellulose matrix provides the environment in which monolignols polymerize into lignin (Awano et al. The slices were then transferred to 50% resin for 2 h, to 75% resin in open vials for 12 h, and finally to 100% resin with changes two times per day, for 3 d. The infiltrated samples were polymerized in fresh Spurr's resin at 60 °C overnight. Functional annotation of the genes were obtained from the Munich Information Center for Protein Sequences (MIPS) Arabidopsis database (MATDB, http://mips.gsf.de/proj/thal/db/) by using the AGI (Arabidopsis Gene Index, http://www.tigr.org/tdb/tgi/agi/) numbers provided by the GeneChip manufacturer (Affymetrix Co.). The transition from procambium to cambium is not clearly understood. ATHB‐15 was also up‐regulated in xylem. Bar, 2 um. L , Montagu M, Inzé D, Boerjan W , Heard J, Martin G, , Meyermans H, Montagu MV, Bauw G, Boerjan W. Moyle It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide, This PDF is available to Subscribers Only. N Results and Discussion Construction and sequencing of normalized libraries With the aim of sequencing a large number of ESTs repre-sentative of the set of mRNAs expressed in secondary xylem, we chose a cDNA library prepared from the differ-entiating secondary xylem of E. gunnii [Xyl cDNA] contain- High pressure freezing can create some membrane‐related artifacts, such as bulges in the nuclear envelope, so these data should be treated as preliminary. Across all four samples, unclassified genes made up the largest category (about 18–24%) (Fig. IRX3 is thought to be important in xylogenesis because Arabidopsis plants with a mutation in the gene (irx3) show a severe deficiency of cellulose deposition in secondary cell walls, resulting in collapsed xylem cells (Turner and Somerville, 1997). To verify the pattern of anti‐mannan label at higher resolution, samples were prepared for TEM and the grids incubated with monoclonal ß‐1–4‐mannan antibody and colloidal gold‐conjugated secondary antibody. We found a general trend of increased expression of PtrSWN s (Fig. AUX/IAA genes, which are induced rapidly by auxin, have been indicated in auxin signal transduction (Worley et al., 2000). (B) Cortical cytoplasm of developing fiber with microtubules (mt) and both tubular and vesicular endomembrane structures (arrow). (E) Thin cross‐section of poplar stem (4‐months‐old) without any treatment. MYB13 is regulated by dehydration, exogenous ABA and wounding, and can be detected at the shoot apex and base of developing flowers (Kirik et al., 1998; Jin and Martin, 1999), suggesting its potential role in shoot morphogenesis. Anti‐mannan immunogold labeling in poplar developing xylem. In addition to this primary growth, tree species undergo secondary growth and produce the secondary tissue ‘wood’ (secondary xylem) from the vascular cambium (i.e. Homeodomain (HD) genes: Homeodomain (HD) transcription factors play key roles in developmental processes, cell fate and pattern formation (Affolter et al., 1990). 2. , Lamb In Arabidopsis, MYB52 was up‐regulated in xylem and down‐regulated in bark. The stem segments were transferred to fresh acetone and then Spurr's resin was gradually added over 2 h to bring the concentration to approximately 25%. GI , Ugglar C a Fold change: X/B, fold change between xylem versus bark; T/C, treatment versus control. For probe DNA isolation in northern blot analysis, 50 ng of poly (A)+ RNA was isolated from the xylem tissue samples and used in the synthesis of cDNA as described above. 2). This histo‐ and cytochemical study established that mannans and xylans occur in different patterns in poplar wood. A cucumber metalloproteinase, having a 38.6% identity with Arabidopsis metalloproteinase, expressed at the boundary of senescence and PCD (Delorme et al., 2000). H. Kranz KA However, the exact mechanism by which XCP1 or XCP2 activate the cell death process as a final step of xylem formation is unknown. The frequency of CATATG (SAUR) motif was present in significantly higher numbers (60 versus 29 in control) in the promoter regions of Group II genes (Table 2), suggesting that auxin may play a significant role in secondary growth, especially secondary phloem and bark formation. et al Fig. , Morvan C, Jauneau A, Jarvis MC. Uggla 2002). Black squares: drought‐response element (TACCGACAT). , However, they lacked the elaborate trans‐Golgi network (TGN) and the grape‐like clusters of Golgi vesicles that were found in developing pine tracheids (Samuels et al. (1998, 1999) for Aesculus hippocastanum. The Kip‐related protein 4 (KRP4) gene was up‐regulated in the xylem. 4. First, understanding trees’ (especially via wood and secondary xylem) interaction with the environment is becoming of urgent importance, both in terms of biotic and abiotic stresses. (D) Tangential section through the cortical cytoplasm, plasma membrane and cell wall with abundant microtubules and darkly staining vesicles (arrow). Synthesis from the wood biology community. 32P‐labelled probes were prepared using a random labelling kit according to the manufacturer’s instructions (Amersham Biosciences, Piscataway, NJ, USA). Furthermore, primary xylem contains long and thin tracheids and vessels, while secondary xylem contains short and wide tracheids and vessels. Identification of a cis-acting regulatory motif recognized by MYB46, a master transcriptional regulator of secondary wall biosynthesis. Metaxylem develops after the protoxylem but before secondary xylem. An overview of poplar secondary xylem development was obtained using light microscopy sections stained with toluidine blue (Figure 1A), which showed the developmental gradient from cambium to mature xylem. As expected, defence‐related genes were highly represented among the genes up‐regulated in bark tissue (16%), but not in xylem tissue (4%), further demonstrating that plant defence responses occur within the sieve element–companion cell complex of phloem (Ruiz‐Medrano et al., 2001). Red colour indicates the gene carrying a putative ABRE3 motif (CAACGTG) in its promoter region, green for extA motif (AACGTGT), purple colour for SAUR motif (CATATG), and blue for the genes carrying both ABRE3 and extA motifs. SKP1 is a homologue of yeast kinetochore protein that is required for cell cycle progression at both the S1 and M phases. YH . a Percent occurrence, frequency of the motifs among the gene in each group. Delorme It is notable that the XTH4 gene was up‐regulated in bark, but down‐regulated in the stems treated for wood formation. R When kept from flowering by repeated removal of inflorescences (i.e. 2002) and, in many cases (see Figure 4B) lack a TGN within the plane of section. , Lu P, O Next, 4 µg of isolated total RNA from each sample was denatured with the mixture of 2.15 M formaldehyde and 50% formamide, fractionated by electrophoresis on 1.0% agar gels that contained 2.2 M formaldehyde according to the protocol as described in Oh et al. Sections (300‐500 nm) were placed on a drop of water in each slide well and air‐dried over night in a 37 °C incubator. It occurs each year after primary growth.. secondary xylem Xylem produced by the vascular cambium in a woody plant stem or root; wood. Secondary wall layers are deposited in a pattern characteristic of the given type of vessel element. In both primary cell wall (Crowell et al. Immobilized RNA was hybridized with 32P‐labelled probes of selected MYB genes. Secondary Xylem Biology: Origins, Functions, and Applications provides readers with many lenses from which to understand the whole scope and breadth of secondary xylem. V Negative values in fold change mean down‐regulation. 3). (2002) that the anatomy of secondary xylem in Arabidopsis closely resembles the wood of a poplar tree. 2002). Northern blot analysis of selected R2R3‐type MYB genes that were highly up‐regulated in xylem (MYB59 and MYB48) or bark (MYB13). , Song YR, Marcus A, Varner JE. However, how MYB48 regulates the transcriptional events during secondary xylem formation is currently not known. Northern blot analysis of MYB59 and MYB48 confirmed their GeneChip expression patterns (Fig. The lack of large vesicular bulges in the cytoplasm of developing poplar secondary xylem and close association of the plasma membrane with secondary cell wall during biosynthesis indicates that cryo‐fixation is the most appropriate technique for studies of cell structure during wood biosynthesis. (C) 150 nm vesicle associated with cortical microtubule. The most abundant component, cellulose, is assembled by the cellulose synthase complex at the plasma membrane, where the angle of deposition of microfibrils is correlated with the array of cortical microtubules. et al The promoter of a SAUR gene (SAUR 15A) has been shown to contain multiple auxin response motifs (Xu et al., 1997), and is necessary and sufficient for auxin induction (Li et al., 1994). This gene was up‐regulated in bark and treatment stems. Atalla discussed the influence of the hemicellulose–cellulose matrix, which provides a link between lignin and the polysaccharide matrix, with hemicelluloses in particular playing a central role in selecting lignin precursors (reviewed in Atalla 2005). AF062894), MYB48 (accession no. It was found that 4 coumarate‐CoA ligase (4CL, At1g51680), cinnamyl alcohol dehydrogenase (CAD, At2g21890), ferulate‐5‐hydroxylase genes (FAH1, At4g36220) and putative laccase (At2g40370) were highly expressed in xylem, but not in bark (Table 1), suggesting their roles in the polymerization of lignin in secondary xylem formation. E The average signal value from the duplicated set and its standard deviations was calculated. As the developing poplar xylem cells differentiate, vessels mature and undergo programmed cell death more rapidly than fibers (Courtois‐Moreau et al. , Tomassi M, Matteucci A, Altamura MM, Ruberti I, Morelli G. Baker I Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. , Tashiro G, Horiguchi G, Interfasicular cambium (from ray parenchyma) fasicular cambium (from procambium) xylem phloem tylose Spring wood Summer wood bark cork. Several MYB family genes have been implicated in the regulation of lignification and flavonoid biosynthesis in Antirrhinum species (Tamagnone et al., 1998). ZH Cross‐sections of control and treatment stems of Arabidopsisthaliana. The AACGTGT motif of extA cis‐element is similar to the G box motif (CACGTG), a binding site for transcriptional activators in the promoter regions of many plant genes (Holdsworth and Laties, 1989). The first strand cDNA was synthesized from 800 ng of mRNA, in the reaction mixture using 100 pmol of an oligo dT (24) primer, containing a 5′‐T7 RNA polymerase promoter sequence, and 200 units of SuperScript II reverse transcriptase (Invitrogen, Carlsbad, CA) in 75 mM KCl, 3 mM MgCl2, 50 mM TRIS‐HCl (pH 8.3), 10 mM dithiothreitol (DTT), and 0.5 mM dNTP. I Secondary xylem (wood) is a much more complex tissue than primary xylem and consists of a number of different cell types arranged in specific ways. Successive changes in microtubule density and orientation have been observed in developing fibres of hybrid aspen (Mellerowicz et al., 2001). However, its signal intensity was low (1140) when compared with the average signal intensity of the other genes (2620). Cross‐section samples were prepared by fixation in 3% paraformaldehyde and 1.25% gluteraldehyde solution. CW, cell wall. , Park S, Interestingly, the expression levels of most lignin biosynthesis‐related genes did not differ between treatment and control stems, except the FAH1 that had a higher expression in treatment stems. Varner , Schrader J, Stenberg A, Olsson O, Saxena S, Sandberg G, Bhalerao RP. , Schier A, Gehring WJ. Two microlitres of the reverse transcription reaction mixture was used as a template for RT‐PCR cloning with Taq polymerase (Promega, Madison, WI, USA) using gene‐specific primers. Sections were examined using a Hitachi H‐7600 Transmission Electron Microscope (Hitachi High‐Technologies Canada, Toronto, ON, Canada). et al Developing fibers of poplar secondary xylem. Here, there was no evidence of that vesicular flow: cells showed intact organelles, smooth membranes on the Golgi and tonoplasts and generally smooth plasma membranes. d Group I and II, promoter regions of 25 genes in each group were used to identify the frequent motifs. Several tubulin genes were up‐regulated in xylem or treatment stems (Table 1). Li (2000). binger U, Bouyer D, Weinl C, Stierhof Y, H There are common steps in differentiation of lignified secondary xylem cells (reviewed by Larsson 1994), including cell expansion or elongation (Wenham and Cusick 1975; Catesson 1989), secondary cell wall polysaccharide biosynthesis and secretion (Wardrop and Harada 1965; Awano et al. Developing cambium. N The probes were amplified from xylem tissue using gene‐specific primers. In the present study, it was found that eleven R2R3‐type MYB genes were up‐regulated in xylem compared with bark (Fig. E Careful evaluation of the functional roles of these unknown motifs might provide some new insight into the transcriptional regulation of secondary growth in plants. 20 µg were then randomly fragmented via incubation at 94 °C for 35 min, in a buffer containing 30 mM magnesium acetate, 100 mM potassium acetate and 40 mM TRIS‐acetate (pH 8.1), in order to produce molecules of approximately 35–200 base long cRNA. Before immuno‐gold labeling, Spurr sections were treated in 10% H2O2 solution for 20 min to etch the resin, and then rinsed with ddH2O. , (1992) isolated an extensin‐like HRGP from the xylem of loblolly pine and showed that the protein was present in secondary cell walls of xylem cells during lignification. , Dean JF Moyle et al. Plant growth by means of apical meristems results in the development of sets of primary tissues such as epidermis, vascular bundles, and leaves. Xylan showed a general distribution in developing xylem using monoclonal anti‐xylan LM10. Xyloglucan endotransglycosylases (XETs) are thought to be involved in the restructuring of cell wall cross‐links by cutting a xyloglucan at an internal site and then ligating its end to a different xyloglucan chain. Received 21 April 2003; Accepted 5 September 2003. Venn diagram showing up‐regulated (≥2‐fold) genes in control and treatment stems, xylem, and bark from the Arabidopsis Genome array analyses. Expression data for all gene sequences on the GeneChip arrays were analysed using Microsoft Excel. Poplar CesA gene, having high sequence homology (78% DNA identity) with IRX3, has been isolated from developing xylem and was shown to be induced by stem banding and mechanical stress (Wu et al., 2000). T Secondary Xylem Biology: Origins, Functions, and Applications provides readers with many lenses from which to understand the whole scope and breadth of secondary xylem. Two other HD genes (ATHB‐9 and ATHB‐14) that are close to ATHB‐8 in the phylogenetic tree (Fig. Primary and secondary xylem. The role of plant hormones in tree-ring formation. It should be noted that it was not possible to detect any Aux/IAA genes up‐regulated in bark. To correlate cell structure with this strong biosynthetic activity, the ultrastructure of the developing secondary xylem of poplar from their birth in the cambium, to death as mature empty xylem elements, was examined in TEM preparations optimized for morphology by freeze substitution in osmium and embedding in Spurr's epoxy resin. 1979; Takabe et al. In trees, the secondary xylem forms the wood and the secondary phloem forms the bark. Correlated light and electron microscopy of vascular tissues, A (1→4)‐b‐mannan‐specific monoclonal antibody and its use in the immunocytochemical location of galactomannans, Ultrastructure of vascular cambial cell cytokinesis in pine seedlings preserved by cryofixation and substitution, Cellular machinery of wood production: differentiation of secondary xylem in, Secretion and membrane recycling in plant cells: novel intermediary structures visualized in ultrarapidly frozen sycamore and carrot suspension‐culture cells, Autoradiographic investigations of lignification in the cell walls of cryptomeria (, Heterogeneity in formation of lignin. (2002) recently isolated eight Aux/IAA genes (PttIAAs) from a hybrid aspen (Populus tremula × P. tremuloides) and described tissue‐specific expression patterns of the genes, having five Aux/IAA genes (PttIAA1, 2, 3, 4, and 8) up‐regulated in xylem. Monoclonal antibodies, LM10 and LM11, antibodies, raised against a synthetic pentose xylan conjugated to bovine serum albumin (BSA), can recognize glucuronoxylans from beech wood (McCartney et al. . , Cholewa E, Regan S, Sundberg B. Cheong F272733), and MYB13 (accession no. While experimental verification is needed, the presence of the two functional cis‐elements (putative ABRE3 and extA) in the promoter regions of Group I genes suggests that the expression of those genes involved in secondary xylem formation might be regulated by such signals as ABA, tensile stress, and wounding. Mannans, another class of secondary cell wall hemicelluloses, are abundant in secondary xylem of gymnosperms where they occur as galactoglucomannans. Moreover, the primary xylem originates from the procambium, while the secondary xylem originates from the vascular cambium. 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