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Genome-Wide Expression Pattern Analyses of the Arabidopsis Leucine-Rich Repeat Receptor-Like Kinases.
Receptor-like protein kinases (RLKs) are a large group of transmembrane proteins playing critical roles in cell-cell and cell-environment communications. Based on extracellular domain structures,Expand
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A group of receptor kinases are essential for CLAVATA signalling to maintain stem cell homeostasis
Continuous organ initiation and outgrowth in plants relies on the proliferation and differentiation of stem cells maintained by the CLAVATA (CLV)–WUSCHEL (WUS) negative-feedback loop1–3. Leucine-richExpand
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CIK Receptor Kinases Determine Cell Fate Specification during Early Anther Development in Arabidopsis[OPEN]
CLAVATA3 INSENSITIVE RECEPTOR KINASEs function with BARELY ANY MERISTEM 1/2 and RECEPTOR-LIKE PROTEIN KINASE2 to regulate early anther development in Arabidopsis. Appropriate cell division andExpand
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Constitutive Expresser of Pathogenesis Related Genes 1 Is Required for Pavement Cell Morphogenesis in Arabidopsis
For over 50 years, researchers have focused on the mechanisms underlying the important roles of the cytoskeleton in controlling the cell growth direction and cell expansion. In our study, weExpand
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Sterols are required for cell-fate commitment and maintenance of the stomatal lineage in Arabidopsis.
Asymmetric cell division is important for regulating cell proliferation and fate determination during stomatal development in plants. Although genes that control asymmetric division and cellExpand
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MLK1 and MLK2 Coordinate RGA and CCA1 Activity to Regulate Hypocotyl Elongation in Arabidopsis thaliana[OPEN]
MUT9p-LIKE PROTEIN1 (MLK1) and MLK2 mediate the interaction between gibberellins and the circadian clock, thereby regulating plant growth in Arabidopsis. Gibberellins (GAs) modulate diverseExpand
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The BIG gene is required for auxin-mediated organ growth in Arabidopsis
Control of organ size by cell expansion and cell proliferation is a fundamental process during development, but the importance of BIG in this process is still poorly understood. Here, we report theExpand
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TOPP4 Regulates the Stability of PHYTOCHROME INTERACTING FACTOR5 during Photomorphogenesis in Arabidopsis1
A type 1 protein phosphatase, TOPP4, participates in the phyB signaling pathway by dephosphorylating PIF5 and controlling the stability of PIF5 in seedlings. In plants, photoreceptors transfer lightExpand
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Homologs of SCAR/WAVE complex components are required for epidermal cell morphogenesis in rice
Highlights This study revealed that two novel proteins in rice – LPL2 and LPL3 – homologous to the SCAR/WAVE subunits PIR/SRA1 and NAP1, respectively, control epidermal cell morphogenesis throughExpand
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Multiple transcriptional factors control stomata development in rice.
Grass stomata can balance gas exchange and evaporation effectively in rapidly changing environments via their unique anatomical features. Although the key components of stomatal development inExpand
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