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  • Cell size and growth regulation in the $\textit{Arabidopsis thaliana}$ apical stem cell niche 

    Willis, L; Refahi, Y; Wightman, R; Landrein, B; Teles, J; Huang, KC; Meyerowitz, EM et al. (National Academy of Sciences, 2016-12-20)
    Cell size and growth kinetics are fundamental cellular properties with important physiological implications. Classical studies on yeast, and recently on bacteria, have identified rules for cell size regulation in single ...
  • Strigolactone regulates shoot development through a core signalling pathway. 

    Bennett, T; Liang, Y; Seale, M; Ward, S; Müller, D; Leyser, O (Company of Biologists, 2016-12-15)
    Strigolactones are a recently identified class of hormone that regulate multiple aspects of plant development. The DWARF14 (D14) α/β fold protein has been identified as a strigolactone receptor, which can act through the ...
  • Phytochromes function as thermosensors in $\textit{Arabidopsis}$ 

    Jung, J-H; Domijan, M; Klose, C; Biswas, S; Ezer, D; Gao, M; Khattak, AK et al. (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2016-11-18)
    Plants are responsive to temperature, and some species can distinguish differences of 1°C. In $\textit{Arabidopsis}$, warmer temperature accelerates flowering and increases elongation growth (thermomorphogenesis). However, ...
  • A continuous growth model for plant tissue 

    Bozorg, B; Krupinski, P; Jönsson, H (Institute of Physics, 2016-12-01)
    Morphogenesis in plants and animals involves large irreversible deformations. In plants, the response of the cell wall material to internal and external forces is determined by its mechanical properties. An appropriate ...

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