Auxin cross-talk: integration of signalling pathways to control plant development

@article{Swarup2002AuxinCI,
  title={Auxin cross-talk: integration of signalling pathways to control plant development},
  author={Ranjan Swarup and Geraint Parry and Neil Graham and Trudie Allen and Malcolm Bennett},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2002},
  volume={49},
  pages={409-424}
}
Plants sense and respond to endogenous signals and environmental cues to ensure optimal growth and development. Plant cells must integrate the myriad transduction events into a comprehensive network of signalling pathways and responses. The phytohormone auxin occupies a central place within this transduction network, frequently acting in conjunction with other signals, to co-ordinately regulate cellular processes such as division, elongation and differentiation. As a non-cell autonomous signal… CONTINUE READING

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