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Plants exhibit phenotypical plasticity. Their general body plan is genetically determined, but plant architecture and branching patterns are variable and can be adjusted to the prevailing… (More)
The TCP-type transcription factors BRANCHED1 and BRANCHED2 shape plant architecture by suppressing bud outgrowth, with BRANCHED2 only playing a minor role in Arabidopsis. Here, we investigated the… (More)
Plant architecture is modified by a regulatory system that controls axillary bud outgrowth. Key components in this system are strigolactones (SLs) and BRANCHED1, which inhibit bud outgrowth. Their… (More)
Plants exhibit a large degree of phenotypic plasticity. Modifications of their genetically pre-defined body plan allow them to flexibly react to a wide range of environmental conditions. This… (More)