Johanna Morrow

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Plant phototropism is an adaptive response to changes in light direction, quantity, and quality that results in optimization of photosynthetic light harvesting, as well as water and nutrient acquisition. Though several components of the phototropic signal response pathway have been identified in recent years, including the blue light (BL) receptors(More)
Phototropism, or the differential cell elongation exhibited by a plant organ in response to directional blue light, provides the plant with a means to optimize photosynthetic light capture in the aerial portion and water and nutrient acquisition in the roots. Tremendous advances have been made in our understanding of the molecular, biochemical, and cellular(More)
Diana Roberts,a,b,1 Ullas V. Pedmale,a,b,1,2 Johanna Morrow,a,b Shrikesh Sachdev,b,c Esther Lechner,d Xiaobo Tang,e,f Ning Zheng,e,f Mark Hannink,b,c Pascal Genschik,d and Emmanuel Liscuma,b,3 a Division of Biological Sciences, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri 65211 b Christopher S. Bond Life Sciences Center, University of Missouri, Columbia,(More)
Phototropism, or the differential cell elongation exhibited by a plant organ in response to directional blue light, provides the plant with a means to optimize photosynthetic light capture in the aerial portion and water and nutrient acquisition in the roots. Tremendous advances have been made in our understanding of the molecular, biochemical, and cellular(More)
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