Auxin fluxes in the root apex co-regulate gravitropism and lateral root initiation.

@article{Lucas2008AuxinFI,
  title={Auxin fluxes in the root apex co-regulate gravitropism and lateral root initiation.},
  author={Mika{\"e}l Lucas and Christophe Godin and Christian Jay-Allemand and Laurent Laplaze},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2008},
  volume={59 1},
  pages={55-66}
}
Root architecture plays an important role in water and nutrient acquisition and in the ability of the plant to adapt to the soil. Lateral root development is the main determinant of the shape of the root system and is controlled by external factors such as nutrient concentration. Here it is shown that lateral root initiation and root gravitropism, two processes that are regulated by auxin, are co-regulated in Arabidopsis. A mathematical model was generated that can predict the effects of… CONTINUE READING

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