development of epidermis in plants

ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about the structure of epidermis in plants. Plant lipid transfer proteins: are we finally closing in on the roles of these enigmatic proteins?. In the second, ALE2 and/or ACR4 perceives another (as yet unidentified) signal. Genetic and Molecular Aspects of Barley Grain Development. The cell fate plasticity uncovered by these lineage studies underlines the importance of positional information and cell signalling in the maintenance of epidermal identity and in organ patterning and growth. These enzymes also participate in elongation of wax fatty acids precursors. Although it remains unclear why the cell death phenotype of prFDH::FAE transgenic plants was restricted to trichomes, both studies suggest that plants modulate VLCFA biosynthesis to induce cell death‐mediated local defence. Phenotypic analysis of the dek1/cr4 double mutant suggests that the two gene products function in partially overlapping pathways, as strong dek1 alleles were epistatic to cr4 (Becraft et al., 2002). The mechanisms behind the transport and asymmetric deposition of cuticle components remain poorly understood. The word is derived from two words of Greek origin, epi, upon, and derma, skin. In tomato, the identification of a point mutation in an HD‐ZIP IV gene as the likely cause for cutin defects of the tomato fruit in the cd2 mutant made the first direct link between HD‐ZIP IV transcription factors and cuticle biosynthesis (Isaacson et al., 2009). from Pelaihari, South Kalimantan. 4. There's more than one way to skin a fruit: formation and functions of fruit cuticles. Effect of pulsed electric fields on the structure and frying quality of “kumara” sweet potato tubers. Consistent with the concept of positional signalling, the proteins identified so far as being involved in aleurone cell specification have putative or demonstrated functions in cell‐to‐cell signalling. Emerging active roles of cuticle and cuticular lipids in plant–pathogen interactions The plant cuticle is believed to provide an efficient barrier against plant pathogens, which colonize the plant surface. II. Green fluorescent protein (GFP) fusions to small regulatory fragments allowed the isolation of a minimal 179‐bp region which is sufficient to confer the typical AtML1 expression pattern during the earliest events of embryo development (Takada & Jurgens, 2007). The so‐called ‘Sussex signal’ was first proposed from results obtained in potato (Solanum tuberosum). The epidermis usually con­sists of a single layer of cells which cover the whole outer sur­face of the plant body. We will then focus on the fundamental roles of the epidermal layer in the development of the aerial part of the plant and discuss recent advances concerning the unexpected importance of cuticle‐related lipid molecules in plant development and protection. 24-Epibrassinolide mitigates nickel toxicity in young Eucalyptus urophylla S.T. The epidermis is a single layer of cells in both root and stem. After germination, double‐mutant seedlings are extremely sensitive to desiccation as a result of the production of an abnormally permeable cuticle, a phenotype very reminiscent of that of ale1 mutants (Tsuwamoto et al., 2008). So far the genetic relationships of the GSO genes with ALE1, ALE2 and ACR4 have not been clarified (Fig. This phenomenon is well documented in several systems, including maize embryo development (Van Lammeren, 1986a), and illustrates not only the developmental plasticity of protodermal cells but also the need to constantly and actively maintain protodermal cell fate. The loss-of-function GLABROUS 3 mutation in cucumber is due to LTR-retrotransposon insertion in a class IV HD-ZIP transcription factor gene CsGL3 that is epistatic over CsGL1. Finally, the mechanical removal of the cuticle also affected the SAR response (Xia et al., 2009), reinforcing the idea that the plant cuticle plays active roles in this particular plant defence system. Similarly, SAL1 may mediate recycling of CR4. One possibility is that changes in cuticular permeability to gases could alter physiological signals perceived by the plant epidermis which globally regulate stomatal density. The α/β hydrolase BODYGUARD (BDG) is believed to participate in the polymerization of carboxylic esters (Kurdyukov et al., 2006a). What are the source and nature of positional cues required for aleurone cell fate determination? Yuki Mizukami (University of California, Berkeley) described experiments aimed at determining whether or not the cell cycle can be uncoupled from cell differentiation in the epidermis of Arabidopsis and tobacco leaves. M.J. was supported by a PhD fellowship of the French Ministry of Higher Education. Cuticle Structure in Relation to Chemical Composition: Re-assessing the Prevailing Model. Based on the subcellular localization of biosynthetic enzymes, which are all associated with the endoplasmic reticulum, it is likely that the final compounds of the plant cuticle are produced in this compartment (Rowland et al., 2006; Greer et al., 2007; Li et al., 2008). In most plants stomatal density on the leaf surface is reduced in response to increasing atmospheric CO2 concentrations. 1; Tanaka et al., 2001; Yang et al., 2008). The epidermis and its waxy cuticle provide a protective barrier against mechanical injury, water loss, and infection. Thus, a relatively late but extensive silencing of AtDEK1 activity causes a loss of epidermal cell identity in the cotyledons (Johnson et al., 2005). Postharvest changes in LIN5-down-regulated plants suggest a role for sugar deficiency in cuticle metabolism during ripening. In addition to their response to environmental or developmental cues, many cuticle‐related genes are characterized by an expression restricted to epidermal cells. Wax biosynthesis is mediated by elongation of saturated C16 and C18 long‐chain fatty acid acyl‐CoAs into C20 to C34 very‐long‐chain fatty acid precursors (VLCFAs) in the endoplasmic reticulum. However, these enzymes seem to act partially redundantly as the double mutant shows a much stronger phenotype than the single mutants (Lu et al., 2009; Weng et al., 2010). 4; Nogueira et al., 2007). Some ferns and several aquatic or shade plants are exceptions. The over‐expression of AtMYB41, an R2R3 MYB transcription factor, leads to an increased leaf epidermal permeability and changes in the expression of genes involved in lipid and cuticle metabolism (Cominelli et al., 2008). Loosing or compromising the correct differentiation of generic epidermal cells usually leads to lethality, while defects in specialized epidermal cell types often interfere with plant growth and/or development without causing lethality under laboratory conditions. The same authors used wounding experiments to show that, at later developmental stages, plant cells appear to be incapable of specifying epidermal cell fate de novo (Bruck & Walker, 1985). To gain further insight into upstream regulatory elements (cis or trans) which restrict AtML1 expression to the protoderm, its promoter was completely dissected. It is interspersed with and covered by waxes, a mixture of C24 to C34 alkanes, alcohols, ketones and wax esters (Nawrath, 2002; Kunst & Samuels, 2003). The epidermis of a plant does indeed keep its insides in, but it does a great deal more besides and it is in the multifunctionality of the plant epidermis that the root of its developmental complexity lies. The thickness of the outer walls of the epidermal cells depends on the environmental condi­tions of the plants. Developmental Changes in Composition and Morphology of Cuticular Waxes on Leaves and Spikes of Glossy and Glaucous Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). How is epidermal cell identity specified? Lyon I, 69364 Lyon cedex 07, France. It forms a boundary between the plant and the external environment. Dissecting Abscisic Acid Signaling Pathways Involved in Cuticle Formation. The biochemical composition and ultrastructure vary considerably between species and organs (Jeffree, 2006), but two basic components are common to all cuticles: cutin and waxes. Transcriptional regulation of cuticle biosynthesis. A closer look at the cer5 and wbc11 mutants strengthens this argument. Consequently, both transcription factors are required for the maintenance of epidermal cell identity, raising the question of how the signalling cascades and the epidermis‐specific expression of AtML1 and PDF2 are linked, as well as the nature and function of the genes activated by AtML1 and PDF2. Morphophysiological, ultrastructural, and nutritional changes induced by Cu toxicity in young The role of the epidermis in plant growth regulation has been investigated by using layer‐specific promoters to modulate the expression of genes involved in cell division and cell expansion. The double mutant atml1/pdf2 not only fails to establish a differentiated protoderm at the apex of the embryo, it also loses its meristem structure, and ultimately meristem function (Abe et al., 2003). Structure & Development of Epidermis: It is composed of a single layer of living cells, although there are exceptions. Review on shape formation in epidermal pavement cells of the Arabidopsis leaf. Embryos carrying a mutation in AtDEK1 establish an apico‐basal polarity but the division patterns of both the suspensor and the embryo proper are severely altered and mutant embryos abort early during development (Johnson et al., 2005; Lid et al., 2005). Much like your skin, a plant has a tissue system, a group of cells that work together for a very specific function, that form the first line of defense against physical damage and disease. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. A possible role of VLCFAs as signal molecules inducing cell death was also suggested by recent work on FAE1 encoding a KCS enzyme required for VLCFA elongation in the seed (James et al., 1995). The massively increased cell size in the epidermis of these plants also shows that, within certain limits, the expansion of the epidermis is entrained by the growth of underlying tissues. Plant meristems are the foci of continuous growth and post-embryonic development. An indirect argument is the expression pattern of FDH which is involved in cuticle biosynthesis and is expressed in late globular embryos in a protoderm‐specific manner (Tanaka et al., 2007; G. C. Ingram, unpublished). Role of L1 cells in meristem function In A. thaliana, the layered organization of the SAM seems to be a prerequisite for meristem function and the presence of an intact L1 a requirement for the establishment and maintenance of this layered organization. The mutants ale1 (Tanaka et al., 2001) and zou/rge1 (Kondou et al., 2008; Yang et al., 2008) and the double mutant gso1/gso2 (Tsuwamoto et al., 2008) are all impaired in the separation of endosperm and embryo and present similar epidermal defects in the seedling, namely a markedly increased permeability of the cotyledon epidermis resulting from defects in the formation of the cuticularized layer during embryogenesis. The Response of Picea abies Somatic Embryos to UV-B Radiation Depends on the Phase of Maturation. Shoot apical meristems produce one or more axillary or … However, given the residual ability of atml1/pdf2 double mutants to generate at least some epidermal cell types, it seems more likely that other members of the HD‐ZIP IV gene family act partially redundantly with AtML1 and PDF2 (Tanaka et al., 2007). Aluminum Signaling and Potential Links with Safener-Induced Detoxification in Plants. (v) It allows exchange of gases through the stomata. Presently none of these questions has been answered and no hypothesis can be clearly rejected. Again, several mechanisms have been proposed, including the existence of small structures specialized in the transfer of wax molecules, and the binding of wax molecules to lipophilic proteins small enough to diffuse through the cell wall (Kunst et al., 2006). SAL1 encodes a class E vacuolar sorting protein which could be involved in the trafficking of proteins required for the perception or transmission of a positional signal. . grown under natural conditions A stress-response-related inter-compartmental signalling pathway regulates embryonic cuticle integrity in Arabidopsis. While mutant analysis combined with biotechnological tools such as layer‐ or tissue‐specific ectopic expression and the use of laser micro‐dissection has produced novel insights, a full understanding of the underlying molecular mechanisms involved in epidermal specification and maintenance remains a challenge. The ‘tensile skin’ theory: the control of plant shoot growth by the epidermal layer Because plant cells are glued together through their cell walls, different cell layers and tissue types must co‐ordinate their growth to produce physiologically efficient organs. Epidermis is present on the outer surface of the whole plant body. In these experiments the disruption of symplastic continuity in the L1 between the tip of the meristem and the incipient leaf primordium led to the formation of leaves with radial rather than abaxial–adaxial symmetry (Reinhardt et al., 2005). The fact that FDH codes for a bona fide KCS involved in cuticle biosynthesis (Table 1) suggests that the resulting defect in the cuticle is the cause of organ fusion and not vice versa (Pruitt et al., 2000). In general the meristematic L1 gives rise to the mature epidermis, but in some cases can also contribute substantially to the mesophyll, particularly at organ margins (Szymkowiak & Sussex, 1992; McHale & Marcotrigiano, 1998). The small breaks in the epidermis of roots, which occur as a result of normal root growth and branching, can act as portals of entry of Ralstonia solanacearum, the vascular wilt pathogen. In both species, the cytological differentiation of the protodermal cells, characterized by a more regular and rectangular cell shape and thicker cell walls, becomes more and more evident during subsequent protodermal cell divisions, which are almost exclusively anticlinal. Cuticular waxes possess chemical and physical properties already used in industrial applications. When dwarf brassinosteroid biosynthesis or insensitive mutants were complemented with AtML1‐driven BRASSINOSTEROID‐INSENSITIVE1 (BRI1) or CONSTITUTIVE PHOTOMORPHOGENESIS AND DWARFISM (CPD) genes, encoding the brassinosteroid receptor and a biosynthetic enzyme, respectively, normal size was restored in these mutants (Savaldi‐Goldstein et al., 2007). Role of epidermal VLCFAs during embryonic develop‐ment Embryo lethality has been observed in certain mutants defective in cuticle biosynthetic pathways, with mutants impaired in the elongation of VLCFAs particularly affected. Unlike the underlying cells of the central endosperm, the outer cells form pre‐prophase bands during mitotic divisions, which are essentially anticlinal (Brown et al., 1994). Several cuticle‐related genes have been shown to be induced by ABA in A. thaliana, including the KCS encoding CER6 (cuticle biosynthesis), the ABC transporter encoding WBC11 (cuticle transport) and the transcription factor AtMYB41 (regulation of cuticle biosynthesis) (Hooker et al., 2002; PanikashviLi et al., 2007; Cominelli et al., 2008). Learn about our remote access options, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, UMR 5667, ENS/CNRS/INRA/Univ. It is possible that plasmodesmatal size exclusion limits between layers are different from those within layers during leaf development. Role of epidermis in plants : 1. In the maize embryo, where the first divisions are less synchronized and reproducible, the differentiation of the protoderm becomes apparent at the transition stage c. 6 days after pollination (DAP; Fig. In view of their expression pattern, it has been proposed that AtML1 and PDF2 in A. thaliana as well as OCL1 in maize could regulate the molecular pathway required for the differentiation of the protodermal cell layer in the embryo (Ingram et al., 1999; Abe et al., 2003). WUSCHEL-RELATED HOMEOBOX 2 is important for protoderm and suspensor development in the gymnosperm Norway spruce. After fertilization, the zygote develops into a multicellular, highly structured embryo, in which the basic body plan and stem cell populations necessary for post‐germination growth are specified. In maize, only one tunica layer, the L1, is readily distinguishable, and the corpus is sometimes called the L2 (Abbe et al., 1951). The schemes are not drawn to scale. plants Comparative Transcriptomic Analysis to Identify the Genes Related to Delayed Gland Morphogenesis in Gossypium bickii. In the A. thaliana SAM, three well‐defined layers are identifiable; the tunica comprises the outermost cell layer or L1 and the cell layer immediately underneath or L2, with the inner tissues defining the corpus (sometimes called the L3; Vaughan, 1955). In general, outer cell layers dividing predominantly anticlinally are defined as the tunica, whereas the inner cell mass, dividing both anticlinally and periclinally, is called the corpus. The term ‘epidermis’ will be employed as a general term referring to the outermost cell layer. Extension of C16–C18 fatty acids (FAs) into very‐long‐chain fatty acids (VLCFAs) is carried out by fatty acid elongase (FAE) complexes composed of four distinct enzymes: β‐keto acyl reductase (KCR), enoyl‐CoA reductase (ECR), β‐hydroxyacyl‐CoA dehydratase (HCD) and the condensing enzyme β‐ketoacyl‐CoA synthase (KCS). More recently, microsurgical laser ablation experiments in tomato not only confirmed these data but also provided the first evidence that L1 cells contribute to the transmission of this signal (Reinhardt et al., 2005). Recent research into the properties of plant surfaces, both directly and indirectly attributable to cuticular characteristics, has provoked considerable interest for the production of biomimetic materials including superhydrophobic and superhydrophilic tissues, a trend that will almost certainly accelerate in future decades. In angiosperms the SAM, which gives rise to all aerial organs other than the cotyledons, has a layered organization. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Several models addressing the molecular mechanisms underlying meristem homeostasis have been published recently. Epidermis, in botany, outermost, protoderm-derived layer of cells covering the stem, root, leaf, flower, fruit, and seed parts of a plant. These signals include the phytohormone auxin, as the polar auxin transporter PIN‐FORMED1 (PIN1) is preferentially expressed in the L1 driving an auxin flow in the epidermal layer towards the tip of the SAM (Reinhardt et al., 2003b). During organogenesis this layered organization is reflected to some extent in contributions to different tissue types, as shown by the analysis of periclinal chimaeras and sector analysis in a variety of species. In plants, differentiation of the epidermal cells occurs during embryogenesis in a developing seed. Brassinosteroids Positively Modulate Growth: Physiological, Biochemical and Anatomical Evidence Using Two Tomato Genotypes Contrasting to Dwarfism. The extension of fatty acids is carried out by fatty acid elongase (FAE) complexes with unique substrate chain length specificities. Think for a moment about what leaves put up with. In most cases epidermal cells, even those with specialized functions, are organized in a continuous and relatively uniform monolayer surrounding plant organs. However, in four cases (lacs2, bdg, lcr and fdh mutants) the enhanced resistance did not correlate cleanly with the differences in cuticular permeability measured using chlorophyll leaching and toluidine blue staining (Voisin et al., 2009). The genetic network that controls the initiation, the correct spacing and the final differentiation of trichomes in the model species A. thaliana is now quite well understood (Ishida et al., 2008), even though the initial signal remains elusive (Pesch & Hulskamp, 2004). Furthermore, the over‐expression of the HD‐ZIP IV gene OCL1 in maize caused qualitative and quantitative changes in wax alcohols on the leaf blade, and in wax esters on both the leaf blade and the leaf sheath. Dotted black lines indicate proposed pathways with no experimental support. The cr4 mutant (discussed in the section ‘Role of signalling proteins in the differentiation of the aleurone layer’) (Jin et al., 2000) and the adherent1 (ad1) mutant (Sinha & Lynch, 1998) from maize also show organ fusions. The phenotype of AtDEK1‐RNAi lines is exacerbated in an acr4 background (Johnson et al., 2005), suggesting that AtDEK1 and ACR4 act in the maintenance of epidermal identity via distinct pathways (Fig. In plants, differentiation of the epidermal cells occurs during embryogenesis in a developing seed. We will use the term ‘protoderm’ to refer to the outermost cell layer of the embryo, the term ‘aleurone layer’ for the outermost cell layer of the endosperm and the term ‘L1’ (layer 1) for the outermost cell layer of the shoot apical meristem (SAM). None of these hypotheses has been substantiated by direct evidence (Kunst et al., 2006; Samuels et al., 2008). These epidermal structures are found regularly spaced throughout the leaf lamina in response to complex interaction with neighbouring pavement cells (Glover et al., 1998). Plants conquered land approximately 400 million years ago (Edwards et al., 1998).Correlated with this expansion in habitat was the development of an epidermis that, although made highly impermeable by a lipid-rich cuticle, still permitted the exchange of external CO 2 for internal O 2 and water vapor. This response is impaired in high carbon dioxide (hic) mutants. Invasive Alien Vines Affect Leaf Traits of Riparian Woody Vegetation. How the L1 is involved in meristem maintenance mechanistically is unclear. Updates? Over‐expression of the paralogous WXP2 had similar effects. In maize, a collection of 18 glossy mutants affected in total wax load or wax composition of leaves has been established (Neuffer et al., 1997) and a few of the underlying GLOSSY genes have been identified. The impact of drought on wheat leaf cuticle properties. The epidermis serves several functions: it protects against water loss, regulates gas exchange, secretes metabolic compounds, and absorbs water and mineral nutrients. Nuclei are shaded grey, cytoplasm pale red/blue, and cell wall solid red/blue. Differentiation proceeds in a basipetal manner, i.e. Epidermal tissue system is the outermost covering of plants. In A. thaliana and maize, apico‐basal polarity is manifest as a highly asymmetric distribution of cytoplasmic contents in the egg/zygote, and is subsequently fixed by the asymmetric division of the zygote into a highly cytoplasmic apical cell and a vacuolated basal cell, giving rise to the embryo proper and the suspensor, respectively (Goldberg et al., 1994). In addition to water stress and ABA, epidermal lipid metabolism genes can also be induced by high salinity. Evolution and genome architecture in fungal plant pathogens. It is unclear how defects in cuticle composition might affect stomatal density. These genes have a clearly established role in cuticle biosynthesis as a weak pas2 allele, transgenic AtKCR1‐RNAi lines and glossy8a or glossy8b single mutants all show a strong decrease in cuticular wax accumulation (Bellec et al., 2002; Dietrich et al., 2005; Bach et al., 2008; Beaudoin et al., 2009). Earlier studies investigated whether the maternal seed coat could provide at least in part the information necessary for the differentiation of the aleurone layer (Olsen et al., 1998). Plant stomata are microscopic valves in the plant epidermis surrounded by two guard cells which control gas exchanges across the central pore. Updates? Consequently, one or several export mechanisms from the endoplasmic reticulum to the extracellular matrix must exist. Prevention of water loss. For example, the inhibition of cell division in the epidermis by expression of the cell cycle inhibitor Kinase Inhibitor Protein (KIP)‐RELATED PROTEIN1/INHIBITOR1 OF CDC2 KINASE (KRP1/ICK1) under the control of the AtML1 promoter (Bemis & Torii, 2007) resulted in small plants which had abnormally large epidermal cells. The ale1 mutant is seedling‐lethal at low humidity. The endosperm, the second product of the double fertilization typical of flowering plants, … These factors in turn direct epidermal differentiation involving a whole array of epidermis‐specific pathways including specialized lipid metabolism necessary to build the protective cuticle layer. • Although periderm may develop in leaves and fruits, its main function is to protects stems and roots. In maize and rice, organ fusions have been observed in some cuticle biosynthesis mutants such as the rice wax crystal sparse leaf1 (wsl1) mutant which is impaired in a gene encoding a KCS enzyme (Yu et al., 2008). 2) through which AtML1 and PDF2 could reinforce epidermal identity (Abe et al., 2003). Developing a ‘thick skin’: a paradoxical role for mechanical tension in maintaining epidermal integrity?. These results underline the major role played by the L1 in leaf initiation and organogenesis in general. Prevention of mechanical injury and invasion by parasite fungi. © copyright 2020 QS Study. WIN1/SHN1 over‐expression also increases cutin production by the induction of cutin biosynthesis genes (Kannangara et al., 2007). Overall, it appears that great differences in cuticular transpiration levels exist between plant species and the establishment of a unified model for the physiology of cuticular transpiration is likely to present a considerable challenge (Riederer & Schreiber, 2001). INTRODUCTION. In addition, CER5 and WBC11 belong to a particular subfamily of ABC transporters, the so‐called ABCG or WBC subfamily, for which lipid transport capacity has been demonstrated in animals (Velamakanni et al., 2007). These results suggest that molecular elements such as AtDEK1 required for the initial differentiation of protodermal cell fate are also required to maintain the perception of positional signalling, continuously reinforcing epidermal identity during late embryogenesis (Fig. AtDEK1 expression is not restricted to the outermost cell layer but rather AtDEK1 transcripts are found evenly expressed in the embryo during early embryogenesis (Johnson et al., 2005; Lid et al., 2005). The epidermis and its waxy cuticle provide a protective barrier against mechanical injury, water loss, and infection. In maize, the HD‐ZIP IV gene OUTER CELL LAYER1 (OCL1) shows a comparable expression pattern with a uniform expression in the developing embryo at 3 DAP and a gradient‐like expression at 4 DAP which is stronger in the outer cells of the embryo proper than in the inner cells (Ingram et al., 1999). In summary, there is growing evidence that the complex interactions between plants and pathogens imply cuticular lipids for both plant immunity and pathogen success. Phytohormones may also play a role in the differentiation of aleurone cell fate, as ectopic cytokinin production under the regulation of a senescence‐inducible promoter leads to production of a discontinuous aleurone cell layer in transgenic maize kernels (Geisler‐Lee & Gallie, 2005). Protection of the underlying cells and tissues. lp, leaf primorium; P0, incipient leaf primordium; P1, first leaf primordium. Buds and shoots. Site‐directed mutagenesis of the original L1 box in a pPDF1::GUS (β‐glucuronidase) fusion suggested the critical requirement of a native L1 box for epidermis‐specific expression of PDF1 (Abe et al., 2001). It has been suggested that this mobile signal could be a lipid generated and/or transported by the lipid transfer protein DEFECTIVE IN INDUCED RESISTANCE1 (DIR1) in A. thaliana (Maldonado et al., 2002). This will also help you to draw the structure and diagram of epidermis in plants. The adaxial domain in which the homeo domain leucine zipper class III (HD‐ZIP III) genes ROLLED LEAF1 (RLD1) and RLD2 are expressed (dark blue), and the abaxial domain in which AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR3a (ARF3a) is expressed (light blue), are indicated. Is it the default cell identity, implying that during the first developmental stages it is the inner cells rather than the outer cells that deviate from this default stage and acquire de novo a nonepidermal identity? 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