Arabidopsis fhl/fhy1 double mutant reveals a distinct cytoplasmic action of phytochrome A.

@article{Rsler2007ArabidopsisFD,
  title={Arabidopsis fhl/fhy1 double mutant reveals a distinct cytoplasmic action of phytochrome A.},
  author={Jutta R{\"o}sler and Ilse Klein and Mathias Zeidler},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2007},
  volume={104 25},
  pages={10737-42}
}
Phytochrome A (phyA) plays an important role during germination and early seedling development. Because phyA is the primary photoreceptor for the high-irradiance response and the very-low-fluence response, it can trigger development not only in red and far-red (FR) light but also in a wider range of light qualities. Although phyA action is generally associated with translocation to the nucleus and regulation of transcription, there is evidence for additional cytoplasmic functions. Because… CONTINUE READING

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