Cellular events of strigolactone signalling and their crosstalk with auxin in roots.

@article{Koltai2015CellularEO,
  title={Cellular events of strigolactone signalling and their crosstalk with auxin in roots.},
  author={Hinanit Koltai},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2015},
  volume={66 16},
  pages={4855-61}
}
Strigolactones are a new group of plant hormones that suppress shoot branching. In roots, they regulate primary-root growth and lateral-root formation and increase root-hair elongation. Reception of strigolactones occurs via a specific cellular system which includes a D14-like/MAX2-like/SCF complex that, upon perception of strigolactone signalling, leads to certain degradation of receptors and to the release of downstream targets. This signalling pathway may eventually result in changes in… CONTINUE READING
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