Roy Borochov

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SPINDLY (SPY) is a negative regulator of gibberellin (GA) responses; however, spy mutants exhibit various phenotypic alterations not found in GA-treated plants. Assaying for additional roles for SPY revealed that spy mutants are resistant to exogenously applied cytokinin. GA also repressed the effects of cytokinin, suggesting that there is cross talk(More)
Arabidopsis thaliana GAMT1 and GAMT2 encode enzymes that catalyze formation of the methyl esters of gibberellins (GAs). Ectopic expression of GAMT1 or GAMT2 in Arabidopsis, tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum), and petunia (Petunia hybrida) resulted in plants with GA deficiency and typical GA deficiency phenotypes, such as dwarfism and reduced fertility. GAMT1 and(More)
Marina Varbanova,a Shinjiro Yamaguchi,b Yue Yang,a Katherine McKelvey,a Atsushi Hanada,b Roy Borochov,c Fei Yu,d Yusuke Jikumaru,b Jeannine Ross,e Diego Cortes,f Choong Je Ma,a Joseph P. Noel,e Lew Mander,g Vladimir Shulaev,f Yuji Kamiya,b Steve Rodermel,d David Weiss,c and Eran Picherskya1 a Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology,(More)
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