AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR 2 Intersects Hormonal Signals in the Regulation of Tomato Fruit Ripening

@inproceedings{Breitel2016AUXINRF,
  title={AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR 2 Intersects Hormonal Signals in the Regulation of Tomato Fruit Ripening},
  author={Dario A. Breitel and Louise Chappell-Maor and Sagit Meir and Irina Panizel and Clara Pons Puig and Yanwei Hao and Tamar Yifhar and Hagai Yasuor and Mohamed Zouine and Mondher Bouzayen and Antonio Granell Richart and Ilana Rogachev and Asaph Aharoni},
  booktitle={PLoS genetics},
  year={2016}
}
The involvement of ethylene in fruit ripening is well documented, though knowledge regarding the crosstalk between ethylene and other hormones in ripening is lacking. We discovered that AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR 2A (ARF2A), a recognized auxin signaling component, functions in the control of ripening. ARF2A expression is ripening regulated and reduced in the rin, nor and nr ripening mutants. It is also responsive to exogenous application of ethylene, auxin and abscisic acid (ABA). Over-expressing… CONTINUE READING
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