BYPASS1: how a tiny mutant tells a big story about root-to-shoot signaling.

@article{Sieburth2010BYPASS1HA,
  title={BYPASS1: how a tiny mutant tells a big story about root-to-shoot signaling.},
  author={Leslie E Sieburth and Dong-Keun Lee},
  journal={Journal of integrative plant biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={52 1},
  pages={77-85}
}
Plants coordinate their development using long-distance signaling. The vascular system provides a route for long-distance movement, and specifically the xylem for root-to-shoot signaling. Root-to-shoot signals play roles communicating soil conditions, and these signals are important for agricultural water conservation. Using genetic approaches, the Arabidopsis bypass1 (bps1) mutant, which over-produces a root-derived signal, was identified. Although bps1 mutants have both root and shoot defects… CONTINUE READING

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