doi: 10.1111/j.1365-3040.2009.02024.x. It controls the escaping of water through the stoma by giving time to diffuse back into the stoma. J. Bot. Green = Calcofluor White and Magenta = Direct Red, except for (E,F) where Green = Propidium Iodide and Magenta = Calcafluor White. Form, development and function of grass stomata. A distinct identity can be defined not only by a unique morphology, but by a unique molecular signature (such as genes or proteins expressed). Determining the relative timing of MUTE-BRK appearance/polarization in SMCs, and whether one is dependent on the other, will help crystallize our understanding of the process of SMC recruitment in grasses. More detailed and complex subclassifications of stomatal ontogenies exist (Pant, 1965; Tomlinson, 1974; Rasmussen, 1981). 27, 163–171. 166, 843–855. AG prepared the Figure 4. Acad. (1975). It is easy to imagine how the extended cell-cell contact might help support guard cells mechanically and biochemically. Since not all guard-cell adjacent cells express PATROL1, but rather it appears in the smaller cells previously identified as subsidiary cells, this indicates these cells have a unique molecular identity and should be considered part of the stomatal complex. They are involved in the ion channel-mediated opening and closing of guard cells. (2013). Ultimately, the function of the stomatal apparatus is to facilitate gas exchange with the environment. The anisocytic stomatacan be difficult to detect, since the subsidiary cells are variable in size. (2019a). A., and Patel, R. C. (1970). The GMC finally divides symmetrically to form a pair of guard cells surrounded by three subsidiary cells. Web. Preprophase microtubules and stomatal differentiation; some effects of centrifugation on symmetrical and asymmetrical cell division. They form the stomatal pore in the epidermis by arranging in pairs. It has been suggested that the raised, clustered stomata in begonia increase the size of the substomatal chamber, facilitating gas exchange within the leaf (Papanatsiou et al., 2017). 119, 1021–1033. Stomatal Cell wall composition: distinctive structural patterns associated with different phylogenetic groups. Plant Physiol. Consider the potential role of factors known to be important in grass divisions in the formation of certain tetracytic stomata – those that have two lateral and two polar subsidiary cells. Guard Cells: Guard cell regulate the opening and closing of their stomata. Bot. The meristemoid differentiates into a guard mother cell (GMC), which divides via a symmetric oriented division to yield the two guard cells. The mechanical diversity of stomata and its significance in gas-exchange control. Given the subtle shape differences in putative subsidiary cells in A. thaliana, molecular markers may be a good way to identify subsidiary cells. South Afr. Images (i,iii) are full or partial z-projections while image (ii) is a 3D-reconstructed side view through the stomatal pore. MUTE might be the polarizing cue that induces adjacent protodermal cells to differentiate into SMCs, divide and polarize. J. Bot. Wild tomato (Solanum spp.) Am. doi: 10.1111/j.1095-8339.1981.tb0093.x, Roth-Nebelsick, A., Hassiotou, F., and Veneklaas, E. J. An asymmetric division of a meristemoid mother cell produces a small meristemoid and a larger stomatal lineage cell. Munemasa, S., Hauser, F., Park, J., Waadt, R., Brandt, B., and Schroeder, J. I. Natl. developmental studies of cell differentiation in the epidermis of monocotyledons: II. Stomatal crypts have small effects on transpiration: a numerical model analysis. doi: 10.1016/S0022-5320(69)90018-90015, Pillitteri, L. J., and Dong, J. Like crypts, sunken stomata are thought to increase the transfer resistance by increasing the boundary layer; the net effect is less water loss. Guard cells also contain chloroplasts, the light-capturing organelles in plants. All images are imaged via confocal microscopy. Plant J. Stomatal movement in zea mays: shuttle of potassium and chloride between guard cells and subsidiary cells. Roles for polarity and nuclear determinants in specifying daughter cell fates after an asymmetric cell division in the maize leaf. The subsidiary cells were observed to undergo large deformations, and therefore allowing the guard cells to overcome the mechanical advantage of the neighboring cells. a. tracheids b. companion cells c. sieve-tube elements d. guard cells e. albuminous cells. A., Shen, Z., Park, Y., Sutimantanapi, D., et al. Since BRK appears polarized so soon after the meristemoid-generating division, this means MUTE must travel even earlier. 34, 965–974. J. Ultrastruct. 109, 351–358. initiates a meristemoid in a manner similar to other monocots, but then lateral subsidiary cells are formed via two unusual oblique asymmetric divisions that result in trapezoid shaped lateral subsidiary cells (Tomlinson, 1974). A similar exchange of potassium between guard cells and subsidiary cells has been seen in many other species (Willmer and Pallas, 1972; Dayanandan and Kaufman, 1975). 6C, F, arrows). doi: 10.1038/s41438-018-0048-48, Yi, H., Rui, Y., Kandemir, B., Wang, J. Res. Sunken and raised stomata (A–D) Agave bracena. Cytological Features of Stomatal Development in the Gramineae. A., and Hepler, P. K. (1974). New Phytol. Transcriptional control of cell fate in the stomatal lineage. Induction, polarity and spatial control of cytokinesis in some abnormal subsidiary cell mother cells of Zea Mays. J. Theor. PATROL1 is expressed in guard cells and a subset of adjacent cells – which are subsidiary cells (Higaki et al., 2014). The evolution of stomata,” in Stomatal Function, eds E. Zeiger, G. D. Farquhar, and I. R. Cowan (Stanford: Stanford University Press), 29–58. Subsidiary cells are accessory cells, which assist the functioning of guard cells. The stomata complex regulates the exchange of gases and water vapor between the outside air and the interior of the leaf. However, in other species such as Selaginella spp., which do not have clear subsidiary cells, potassium was seen in many surrounding epidermal cells, up to several cell layers deep. The leaf and stem epidermis is covered with pores called stomata (sing., stoma), part of a stoma complex consisting of a pore surrounded on each side by chloroplast-containing guard cells, and two to four subsidiary cells that lack chloroplasts. (2019b). “Distinct” is most easily identified by a unique morphology, but may also be identified by a unique molecular signature. Mutants with a high number of abnormally shaped subsidiary cells include the brick1 (brk1) nd discordia1 (dcd1) a mutants. However, this fails to explain why sunken stomata would be found in humid environments. Two or four subsidiary cells are found surrounding the pair of guard cells. Development and structure of stomata,” in Stomatal Function, eds E. Zeiger, G. D. Farquhar, and I. R. Cowan (Stanford: Stanford University Press). Unfortunately, even these relatively simple definitions can be ambiguous or conflicting – both rely on subjective assessments of whether a subsidiary cell has a “distinct” or “recognizably modified” morphology. Figure 2. the mechanical advantage of subsidiary cells, the spannunqsphase, and the optimum leaf water deficit. 27, 2974.e–2983.e. Mechanisms of abscisic acid-mediated control of stomatal aperture. doi: 10.1034/j.1399-3054.2000.100317.x, Shao, W., and Dong, J. Physiol. Figure 4. An alternative function of crypts may be that they facilitate diffusion of carbon dioxide in thick leaves (Hassiotou et al., 2009). (2018). Subsidiary cells are the accessory cells to guard cells in the epidermis of plants. Biol. This morphological ambiguity has led to disagreement as to whether A. thaliana has subsidiary cells at all (Serna and Fenoll, 2000; Nunes et al., 2020). Stomatal differentiation: the beginning and the end. The gasses involved in photosynthesis, oxygen and carbon dioxide, are exchanged through stomata. Cell-to-cell movement of MUTE does not occur in A. thaliana, which does not recruit neighboring cells; it would be interesting to know if the same movement occurs in other plants that have perigenous divisions or if other mechanisms evolved. The main difference between guard cells and subsidiary cells is that guard cells are found in the epidermis of the plant, forming stoma whereas subsidiary cells are found surrounding guard cells, assisting in the functioning of guard cells. Gallagher, K., and Smith, L. G. (2000). Plant Biol. Zhang, X., Facette, M., Humphries, J. are easy to identify and this plant displays several stomatal types within a single leaf (Figure 3A). Cell 137, 1320–1330. The transcription factor MUTE is important in A. thaliana for specifying GMC identity but in B. distachyon and Z. mays is important for subsidiary cell differentiation as well. (2020). An analysis of the mechanics of guard cell motion. In the tetracytic stomata of A. rufescens (Figure 3D) there are no polar subsidiary cells and instead there are two pairs of lateral subsidiary cells. Sack, F. (1987). Planta 101, 296–316. The epidermis of plants consists of a waxy cuticle, which acts as a protective barrier against water loss, mechanical injury, and infections. A Munc13-like Protein in Arabidopsis Mediates H + -ATPase translocation that is essential for stomatal responses. Cell specificity of uptake is one indicator. Once the subsidiary cell is formed, the GMC undergoes its final symmetric division. Carter, R., Woolfenden, H., Baillie, A., Amsbury, S., Carroll, S., Healicon, E., et al. Transverse section of leaf of Hakea suaveolens (Australian, in the Proteaceae; no common name). Natl. have been otherwise classified (Inamdar and Patel, 1970; Xu et al., 2018; Nunes et al., 2020). Plant Cell Physiol. Guard cells and subsidiary cells may originate from a single cell lineage, or subsidiary cells may be recruited from cells adjacent to the guard mother cell. The role of transfer cells is to. doi: 10.1007/BF00398116, Rasmussen, H. (1981). Subsidiary Cells: Subsidiary cells are found surrounding guard cells, providing the support to guard cells. A gene encoding a specific Shaker-family potassium channel is also specifically expressed in maize subsidiary cells (Büchsenschütz et al., 2005). This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY). Opening and closing of the stoma are regulated by regulating the water potential inside the guard cells. In A. thaliana mute mutants, excessive rounds of asymmetric meristemoid divisions produce a cluster of cells that look similar to mid-developmental stages of heliocytic stomata depicted in Figure 4B – however, mute mutants arrest at this stage. BioTime's majority owned subsidiary Cell Cure Neurosciences, Ltd. is developing therapeutic products derived from stem cells for the treatment of … Direct measurements of turgor pressure potentials of guard cells: ii. Development 131, 1491–1501. Protoplasma 140, 26–42. doi: 10.1093/aob/mcw275, Simmons, A. R., and Bergmann, D. C. (2016). Subsidiary cells also possess circular, oval, or elongated papillae. We don’t know the answer in the case of A. rufescens, but Tomlinson (1974) showed that in hexacytic stomata, either scenario is possible. Home » Science » Biology » Botany » Difference Between Guard Cells and Subsidiary Cells. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1008377, Wang, H., Yan, S., Xin, H., Huang, W., Zhang, H., Teng, S., et al. In Agave the polar and lateral subsidiary cells are essential to creating the sunken stomatal morphology. Here, the main contribution of subsidiary cells is perhaps anatomical. They provide support for the functioning of guard cells in the epidermis. Trends Plant Sci. Likewise, investigation of whether SMC-polarized proteins important for subsidiary-generating divisions in grasses such as BRK1 (Facette et al., 2015) or receptor-like proteins PAN1 and PAN2 (Cartwright et al., 2009; Zhang et al., 2012) also polarize in lateral SMC recruitment would indicate if common or independent mechanisms stimulate perigenous divisions in different plants. The generation of lateral subsidiaries is identical, however in the upper panel the cell closest to the GMC divides, while in the lower panel the cell distal from the GMC divides. Bot. No plasmodesmata occur in the walls between the guard cells and the subsidiary cells. doi: 10.1104/pp.109.146969. 101, 780–799. Loss or duplication of key regulatory genes coincides with environmental adaptation of the stomatal complex in Nymphaea Colorata and Kalanchoe Laxiflora. U.S.A. 113, 8326–8331. The subsidiary cells also divide leaving smaller, polygonal cells distal to the guard cells (Figure 4C). Ann. Stomatal complexes in two model systems. Subsidiary Cells: Subsidiary cells are arranged surrounding guard cells in anisocytic, paracytic or diacytic format. (2017). Am. It was generally accepted that crypts are an adaptation to limit water loss by increasing the boundary layer and were primarily associated with plants growing in water-limiting conditions (i.e., xerophytes) (Katherine, 1977). A. thaliana has both anomocytic stomata and anisocytic stomatal complexes (Figure 1A). Stomatal Plugs of Drimys Winteri (Winteraceae) protect leaves from mist but not drought. However, in the Brassicaceae – which includes the model species A. thaliana – subsidiary cells are subtly different from epidermal cells. Plant. doi: 10.1007/BF00284884. Generation of guard cell pairs occurs in a stereotypical fashion. Since the lateral subsidiary cell are recruited (as in grasses) from an adjacent row of non-stomatal lineage cells, they are of perigenous origin. 51, 37–24. Stomata with four stomata are often termed tetracytic, although the cell arrangements vary. Am. Polarity in plant asymmetric cell division: division orientation and cell fate differentiation. “Differentiation in plant epidermal cells.” Journal of Experimental Botany. Three types of formation of subsidiary cells, surrounding guard cells can be observed: anisocytic, paracytic or diacytic. Transcription factor control of asymmetric cell divisions that establish the stomatal lineage. (common house plant), (C,F) Pellionia repens (Trailing watermelon begonia). doi: 10.3732/ajb.2007333. Synergistic interaction of Three ERECTA-family receptor-like kinases controls arabidopsis organ growth and flower development by promoting cell proliferation. There are some unusual cases of stomata with many subsidiary cells arranged radially but without the spiral amplifying division pattern seen in begonia (Carpenter et al., 2005). This implicates active mechanisms to maintain subsidiary cell turgor. Notably, this gene is duplicated in grasses and the single ortholog in A. thaliana to play a role in stomatal function, suggesting a possible grass-specific role. Division polarity in developing stomata. Chloride was also seen to shuttle between guard and subsidiary cells (Raschke and Fellows, 1971; Dayanandan and Kaufman, 1975). Plant Physiol. Stomatal terminology was originally associated with certain taxonomic groups; thus, the language of stomatal subtypes is elaborate. Gene-specific expression may be considered evidence supporting an identity distinct from other epidermal cells, which may in turn be indicative of a unique function. Plant Sci. Biol. A reciprocal exchange of potassium between guard and subsidiary cells allows stomatal complexes to overcome the mechanical advantage of neighboring cells, and is also a potential reservoir of water and ions for guard cells. (B) Begonia spp. 14 Likewise, the gymnosperm Ginkgo biloba has sunken stomata (Figure 3F). Cell Biol. There are two or four rounds of subsidiary cells surrounding the guard cells. In angiosperms in particular, the outer wall distends laterally into neighboring cells during opening. are likewise heliocytic (Figure 3B) and may be found in clusters or individually (Figure 5). In her classic textbook, Esau identifies subsidiary cells as those that “appear to be associated functionally […] and are morphologically distinct from other epidermal cells” (Esau, 1965) and may include cells that do not touch. (2017). The stomatal pore is responsible for the gas exchange of the plant with the external environment. Sci. These tetracytic stomata also have polar subsidiary cells that are generated via an asymmetric division of stomatal lineage cells lying in the opposite orientation of the lateral subsidiary cells (Tomlinson, 1974). doi: 10.1016/j.tplants.2016.09.005. Bull. Subsidiary mother cell (SMC) divisions during stomatal complex formation in Zea mays are asymmetric generating a small subsidiary cell (SC) and a larger epidermal cell. 5, 1–16. Ann. Do the same factors play a role in the mesogenous division? A subsidiary is a company whose parent company is a majority shareholder that owns more than 50% of all the subsidiary company's shares. 22, 124–139. Plant Cell 31, 1328–1343. The arrangement of subsidiary cells in the right angle to the guard cells is called diacytic arrangement of subsidiary cells. Stomata are often not flush with the epidermal surface but rather may lie below or above it. We wish to thank the staff at the Ray Ethan Torrey Botanical Greenhouse, part of the UMass Amherst Natural History Collection, for supplying samples and aiding in identification of species (Curator: Madelaine Bartlett; Manager: Chris Phillips; and Staff: Dan Jones). Guard Cells: Guard cells are found in the epidermis of plants, forming the stomata. An important consideration in the mechanical properties of stomatal complex function is cell wall properties. In A. thaliana the transcription factor MUTE controls the transition from meristemoid to GMC (Pillitteri et al., 2007). Molecular evolution of grass stomata. The nuclear hemisphere proximal to … Curr. Biol. Cartwright, H. N., Humphries, J. In other cases, protodermal cells adjacent to the meristemoid or GMC are recruited, and subsidiary cells therefore are derived from a lineage that is distinct from the guard cells. 143, 78–87. doi: 10.1105/tpc.18.00736. The outer wall is more flexible while the inner wall is thickened and less flexible. (common unknown variety from garden center); anisocytic and heliocytic. Xu, M., Chen, F., Qi, S., Zhang, L., and Wu, S. (2018). Reference:1. Necessarily, stomata of perigenous origin require cell-cell communication with the neighboring epidermal cells – very often particular neighbors on certain sides of the GMC – that are recruited into the stomatal complex. Water is also lost from the plant in the form of water vapor through stomata, generating an upward force on the water in the xylem. Guard cells are a type of epidermal cells in plants; a pair of guard cells are involved in the formation of the stoma. Tomlinson, P. B. Because these cells raise the guard cells within the epidermis, they have a unique anatomical contribution to the stomata. J. Bot. 2017. Rudall, P. J., Julier, A. C. M., and Kidner, C. A. 55, 773–780. CST1 encodes a functional glucose transporter expressed in subsidiary cells, and the E81K mutation strongly impairs the oligomerization and glucose transporter activity of CST1. Moreover, plugged stomata had higher maximal photosynthetic rates. 27, 24–44. The meristemoid divides asymmetrically two more times, creating surrounding subsidiary cells (Figure 4A). Nat. Curr. Stomatal opening involves polar, not radial, stiffening of guard cells. Int. Carpenter, R. J., Hill, R. S., and Jordan, G. J. Turgor-driven guard cell movements are dependent on the wall properties of guard cells. Identification of K+ channels in the plasma membrane of maize subsidiary cells. Increase of water potential in the subsidiary cells has the opposite effect and provides the positive feed-back which can cause stomatal conductance to oscillate. A subsidiary cell is most closely associated with which of the following? Panels (A–C) are identical scale; (D–F) are identical scale. Katherine, E. (1977). doi: 10.1105/tpc.12.11.2075, Harris, B. J., Harrison, C. J., Hetherington, A. M., and Williams, T. A. This type of division is common among eudicots such as Arabidopsis thaliana. Bot. Willmer, C. M., and Pallas, J. E. Jr. (1972). 174, 487–519. Acta Bot. (2004). doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2020.03.048, Hashimoto-Sugimoto, M., Higaki, T., Yaeno, T., Nagami, A., Irie, M., Fujimi, M., et al. A recent survey of stomatal complex morphologies, from a variety of monocot plant lineages and their cell divisions, is reviewed in Rudall et al. They are distributed in the epidermis of the plant leaf or stems. Web. The divisions that create anisocytic stomata such as those in A. thaliana are illustrated in Figure 4A. may also have both anomocytic and anisocytic stomata (Figure 2B; Sampaio et al., 2014). doi: 10.1007/BF01273253, Apostolakos, P., Livanos, P., Giannoutsou, E., Panteris, E., and Galatis, B. The control of gaseous exchange between the leaf and external atmosphere is governed by stomatal conductance ; therefore, stomata play a critical role in photosynthesis and transpiration and overall plant productivity. Arabidopsis Book 1, e0066. Our coverage of stomatal complexes will not be exhaustive; rather we will highlight stomatal patterns that either illustrate different ontogenies or stomatal morphologies, especially those that we feel are interesting from a developmental perspective or highlight physiological contributions. Heath, O. V. S. (1938). Subsidiary Cells: Subsidiary cells do not contain chloroplasts. What are Subsidiary Cells      – Characteristics, Structure, Function 3. guard cells. Stomatal clustering in begonia associates with the kinetics of leaf gaseous exchange and influences water use efficiency. Moreover, identifying and defining exactly which cells comprise the stomatal complex (and even which plants possess them) has proven non-trivial. (2017). Bot. In conjunction with the licensing agreement, the Company established a new subsidiary, NoveCite, Inc., to develop, manufacture and commercialize these induced mesenchymal stem cells. (2009). Jezek, M., and Blatt, M. R. (2017). A different adaptation of raised stomata can be seen in floating leaves of aquatic plants (Ziegler, 1987). Indeed, Sharpe et al. Bot. They are specialized parenchyma cells, which are the only photosynthesizing cells found in the plant epidermis. Regardless of whether the stomatal complex is of mesogenous or perigenous origin, the number of times a cell divides (in addition to which cells divide) has ramifications for final stomatal morphology. However, additional evidence from maize supports subsidiary cell-specific adaptation. Geisler, M., Nadeau, J., and Sack, F. D. (2000). Raissig, M. T., Abrash, E., Bettadapur, A., Vogel, J. P., and Bergmann, D. C. (2016). Therefore, these tetracytic stomata form via 2 additional divisions that grasses do not undergo but are otherwise similar. Even without a thorough examination of all the possible stomatal complex arrangements, the terminology is dense and classification can become challenging. Guard cells are found in the epidermis of leaves and stems of plants. The SMCs polarize toward the GMC and each SMC divides asymmetrically – exactly once – to give a small subsidiary cell and larger pavement cell. Figure 1. The prophase nuclei of brick 1 mutant Zea mays subsidiary mother cells without F‐actin patch are also globally surrounded by microtubules. (A) Zea mays (maize) has paracytic stomata. Carbon dioxide and oxygen, which are the gasses involved in the photosynthesis are exchanged through the stomatal pore. 92, 1595–1615. The Signaling Peptide EPF2 controls asymmetric cell divisions during stomatal development. Opin. 419, 121–131. Green = Calcofluor White and Magenta = Direct Red, except for (Di,Dii) where Green = Aniline Blue and Magenta = Direct Red. Water potential inside guard cells is controlled by controlling the solute exchange in and out of the guard cell. We choose to define subsidiary cells broadly: cells that are adjacent to guard cells (but not necessarily touching) and are distinct from other epidermal cells. Termination of asymmetric cell division and differentiation of stomata. Guard cells are the only photosynthesizing cells found in the epidermis. When water is readily available, guard cells become turgid, opening the stomatal pore. In conjunction with the licensing agreement, the Company established a new subsidiary, NoveCite, Inc., to develop, manufacture and commercialize these induced mesenchymal stem cells. doi: 10.1093/jxb/erx072, Pickett-Heaps, J. D. (1969). Hexacytic stomata found in the Geogenanthus and Commelina have two pairs of lateral subsidiary cells, as well as a pair of polar subsidiary cells (Figure 4D). Subsidiary cells, also called accessory cells, surround and support guard cells. The use, distribution or reproduction in other forums is permitted, provided the original author(s) and the copyright owner(s) are credited and that the original publication in this journal is cited, in accordance with accepted academic practice. In addition to altering the boundary layer, the morphological arrangement of subsidiary cells in angiosperms affects the mechanical properties of stomata. (2017). Characters of leaf epidermis in Solanum (Clade Brevantherum) Species from Atlantic Forest of Northeastern Brazil. Opin. Plants 2:16179. doi: 10.1038/nplants.2016.179, Chater, C. C. C., Caine, R. S., Fleming, A. J., and Gray, J. E. (2017). 94, 108–113. Form follows function. 68, 2309–2315. The SCAR/WAVE complex polarises PAN receptors and promotes division asymmetry in maize. 4/10/2006, e358 http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.0040358 ( CC 表示 2.5) via Commons Wikimedia2. Comparison of the physiological responses of different adjacent stomata – those with and without subsidiary cells – in species such as A. thaliana or tomato would help illustrate the functional contributions of subsidiary cells in a species where only subtle morphological differences exist. The stomata of Agave are dramatically sunken, as seen in the side view in Figure 2Fii. Inamdar, J. Often other epidermal cells adjacent to the stoma undergo modifications. What about other molecules important for guard cell function? Here, a presumptive cue from the GMC induces differentiation but no cell division. doi: 10.1073/pnas.95.24.14256, Franks, P. J., and Farquhar, G. D. (2007). A survey of stomatal movements and associated potassium fluxes in the plant kingdom. Patch clamping (Majore et al., 2002) and gene expression studies (Büchsenschütz et al., 2005) indicate that maize subsidiary cells possess specific potassium channels. has both stomatal architectures. The prophase nuclei of latrunculin‐B treated subsidiary mother cells are globally surrounded by microtubules, while the division plane of latrunculin‐B treated subsidiary mother cells is misaligned. (2009). (2020). We best identify as developmental biologists, but in this review attempt to synthesize information on subsidiary cells from several perspectives. A more thorough indexing of any pumps and channels specific to subsidiary cells would strengthen the argument that subsidiary cells indeed undergo an exchange of molecules with guard cells. (2012). Coffea rubiacea (coffee) has paracytic stomata (Figure 2C). Like stomatal crypts, sunken stomata were thought to be associated with arid climates, but can also be found in humid climates. (F) Recruitment of subsidiary cells in cyclocytic gingko. Image Courtesy:1. Stomatal conductance is determined by both anatomical features and behavioral characteristics. N.p., n.d. Am. The size of the stomatal pore is controlled by the water potential inside the guard cell. GMC and guard cells are cyan; subsidiary cells are pink or orange; other cells are green. Curr. Guard cells are large crescent-shaped cells, two of which surround a stoma and are connected to at both ends. Given the observed see-saw localization of potassium, are the same proteins functionally oppositely in guard cells and subsidiary cells, through differential regulation or simply by the existing concentration gradients? Is MUTE the inductive signal the GMC sends to the neighboring cell, that induces expression or localization of these polarity factors? *Correspondence: Michelle Facette, mfacette@umass.edu, †Orcid: Antonia Gray, orcid.org/0000-0002-1001-3898; Le Liu, orcid.org/0000-0002-4262-5063; Michelle Facette, orcid.org/0000-0002-6214-9359, Front. But how do the outer pair of subsidiary cells arise? 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