Arabidopsis lonely guy (LOG) multiple mutants reveal a central role of the LOG-dependent pathway in cytokinin activation.

@article{Tokunaga2012ArabidopsisLG,
  title={Arabidopsis lonely guy (LOG) multiple mutants reveal a central role of the LOG-dependent pathway in cytokinin activation.},
  author={Hiroki Tokunaga and Mikiko Kojima and Takeshi Kuroha and Takashi Ishida and Keiko Sugimoto and Takatoshi Kiba and Hitoshi Sakakibara},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={69 2},
  pages={355-65}
}
Cytokinins are phytohormones that play key roles in the maintenance of stem cell activity in plants. Although alternative single-step and two-step activation pathways for cytokinin have been proposed, the significance of the single-step pathway which is catalyzed by LONELY GUY (LOG), is not fully understood. We analyzed the metabolic flow of cytokinin activation in Arabidopsis log multiple mutants using stable isotope-labeled tracers and characterized the mutants' morphological and… CONTINUE READING
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