ABI1 regulates carbon/nitrogen-nutrient signal transduction independent of ABA biosynthesis and canonical ABA signalling pathways in Arabidopsis

@inproceedings{Lu2015ABI1RC,
  title={ABI1 regulates carbon/nitrogen-nutrient signal transduction independent of ABA biosynthesis and canonical ABA signalling pathways in Arabidopsis
},
  author={Yu Lu and Yuki Sasaki and Xingwen Li and Izumi C. Mori and Takakazu Matsuura and Takashi Hirayama and T Shun Sato and J. Unji Yamaguchi},
  booktitle={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2015}
}
Plants are able to sense and mediate the balance between carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) nutrient availability to optimize metabolism and growth, described as the C/N response. To clarify the C/N signalling mechanism, C/N-insensitive plants were obtained from an Arabidopsis FOX hunting population, which over-expresses full-length cDNAs for individuals. The resulting cni2-D (carbon/nitrogen insensitive 2-dominant) plant was found to overcome the post-germination growth checkpoint and to expand green… CONTINUE READING
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