A plastidic ABC protein involved in intercompartmental communication of light signaling.

@article{Mller2001APA,
  title={A plastidic ABC protein involved in intercompartmental communication of light signaling.},
  author={Simon G M\oller and Tim Kunkel and Nam Hai Chua},
  journal={Genes & development},
  year={2001},
  volume={15 1},
  pages={90-103}
}
Plants perceive light via specialized photoreceptors of which the phytochromes (phyA-E), absorbing far-red (FR) and red light (R) are best understood. Several nuclear and cytoplasmic proteins have been characterized whose deficiencies lead to changes in light-dependent morphological responses and gene expression. However, no plastid protein has yet been identified to play a role in phytochrome signal transduction. We have isolated a new Arabidopsis mutant, laf (long after FR) 6, with reduced… CONTINUE READING

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