Control of meristem development by CLAVATA1 receptor kinase and kinase-associated protein phosphatase interactions

  title={Control of meristem development by CLAVATA1 receptor kinase and kinase-associated protein phosphatase interactions},
  author={Stone and Trotochaud and K L Walker and A N Clark},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  volume={117 4},
The CLAVATA1 (CLV1) gene encodes a putative receptor kinase required for the proper balance between cell proliferation and differentiation in Arabidopsis shoot and flower meristems. Impaired CLV1 signaling results in masses of undifferentiated cells at the shoot and floral meristems. Although many putative receptor kinases have been identified in plants, the mechanism of signal transduction mediated by plant receptor-like kinases is largely unknown. One potential effector of receptor kinase… CONTINUE READING
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