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  • Cytokinin Targets Auxin Transport to Promote Shoot Branching. 

    Waldie, Tanya; Leyser, Ottoline (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2018-06)
    Cytokinin promotes shoot branching by activating axillary buds, but its mechanism of action in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana) in this process is unclear. We have shown previously that a hextuple mutant lacking a clade ...
  • Transcription factors PRE3 and WOX11 are involved in the formation of new lateral roots from secondary growth taproot in A. thaliana. 

    Baesso, B; Chiatante, D; Terzaghi, M; Zenga, D; Nieminen, K; Mahonen, AP; Siligato, R et al. (Wiley, 2018-05)
    The spatial deployment of lateral roots determines the ability of a plant to interact with the surrounding environment for nutrition and anchorage. This paper shows that besides the pericycle, the vascular cambium becomes ...
  • A Gene Regulatory Network for Cellular Reprogramming in Plant Regeneration. 

    Ikeuchi, Momoko; Shibata, Michitaro; Rymen, Bart; Iwase, Akira; Bågman, Anne-Maarit; Watt, Lewis; Coleman, Duncan et al. (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2018-04-01)
    Wounding triggers organ regeneration in many plant species, and application of plant hormones, such as auxin and cytokinin, enhances their regenerative capacities in tissue culture. Recent studies have identified several ...
  • Developmental Restriction of Retrotransposition Activated in Arabidopsis by Environmental Stress. 

    Gaubert, Hervé; Sanchez, Diego H; Drost, Hajk-Georg; Paszkowski, Jerzy (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2017-10)
    Retrotransposons (RTs) can rapidly increase in copy number due to periodic bursts of transposition. Such bursts are mutagenic and thus potentially deleterious. However, certain transposition-induced gain-of-function or ...

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