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MYC2 Differentially Modulates Diverse Jasmonate-Dependent Functions in Arabidopsis[W]
The Arabidopsis thaliana basic helix-loop-helix Leu zipper transcription factor (TF) MYC2/JIN1 differentially regulates jasmonate (JA)-responsive pathogen defense (e.g., PDF1.2) and wound responseExpand
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Seed dormancy and ABA metabolism in Arabidopsis and barley: the role of ABA 8'-hydroxylase.
We have investigated the relationship between seed dormancy and abscisic acid (ABA) metabolism in the monocot barley and the dicot Arabidopsis. Whether dormant (D) or non-dormant (ND), dry seed ofExpand
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Grapes on Steroids. Brassinosteroids Are Involved in Grape Berry Ripening1
Fruit ripening is a unique plant developmental process with direct implications for our food supply, nutrition, and health. In contrast to climacteric fruit, where ethylene is pivotal, the hormonalExpand
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Plant hormones in arbuscular mycorrhizal symbioses: an emerging role for gibberellins.
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Arbuscular mycorrhizal symbioses are important for nutrient acquisition in >80 % of terrestrial plants. Recently there have been major breakthroughs in understanding the signalsExpand
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A Study of Gibberellin Homeostasis and Cryptochrome-Mediated Blue Light Inhibition of Hypocotyl Elongation1[W][OA]
Cryptochromes mediate blue light-dependent photomorphogenic responses, such as inhibition of hypocotyl elongation. Expand
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Defective Long-Distance Auxin Transport Regulation in the Medicago truncatula super numeric nodules Mutant1[W]
Long-distance auxin transport was examined in Medicago truncatula and in its supernodulating mutant sunn (super numeric nodules) to investigate the regulation of auxin transport during autoregulationExpand
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Gibberellin 2-oxidation and the SLN gene of Pisum sativum.
Two cDNAs encoding gibberellin 2-oxidases were isolated from maturing pea seeds. The first, PsGA2ox1, was isolated by activity screening of a Lambda-ZAP cDNA library excised into phagemid form andExpand
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Nodulation Phenotypes of Gibberellin and Brassinosteroid Mutants of Pea1
The initiation and development of legume nodules induced by compatible Rhizobium species requires a complex signal exchange involving both plant and bacterial compounds. Phytohormones have beenExpand
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Control of Gibberellin Levels and Gene Expression during De-Etiolation in Pea1
Gibberellin A1 (GA1) levels drop significantly in wild-type pea (Pisum sativum) plants within 4 h of exposure to red, blue, or far-red light. This response is controlled by phytochrome A (phyA) (andExpand
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The Pea DELLA Proteins LA and CRY Are Important Regulators of Gibberellin Synthesis and Root Growth[W][OA]
The theory that bioactive gibberellins (GAs) act as inhibitors of inhibitors of plant growth was based originally on the slender pea (Pisum sativum) mutant (genotype la cry-s), but the molecular nature of this mutant has remained obscure. Expand
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