A Role of TDIF Peptide Signaling in Vascular Cell Differentiation is Conserved Among Euphyllophytes

@inproceedings{Hirakawa2015ARO,
  title={A Role of TDIF Peptide Signaling in Vascular Cell Differentiation is Conserved Among Euphyllophytes},
  author={Yuki Hirakawa and John L Bowman},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2015}
}
Peptide signals mediate a variety of cell-to-cell communication crucial for plant growth and development. During Arabidopsis thaliana vascular development, a CLE (CLAVATA3/EMBRYO SURROUNDING REGION-related) family peptide hormone, TDIF (tracheary element differentiation inhibitory factor), regulates procambial cell fate by its inhibitory activity on xylem differentiation. To address if this activity is conserved among vascular plants, we performed comparative analyses of TDIF signaling in non… CONTINUE READING
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