Diurnal dependence of growth responses to shade in Arabidopsis: role of hormone, clock, and light signaling.

@article{Sellaro2012DiurnalDO,
  title={Diurnal dependence of growth responses to shade in Arabidopsis: role of hormone, clock, and light signaling.},
  author={Romina Sellaro and Manuel Pac{\'i}n and Jorge Jos{\'e} Casal},
  journal={Molecular plant},
  year={2012},
  volume={5 3},
  pages={619-28}
}
We investigated the diurnal dependence of the hypocotyl-growth responses to shade under sunlight-night cycles in Arabidopsis thaliana. Afternoon shade events promoted hypocotyl growth, while morning shade was ineffective. The lhy-D, elf3, lux, pif4 pif5, toc1, and quadruple della mutants retained the response to afternoon shade and the lack of response to morning shade while the lhy cca1 mutant responded to both morning and afternoon shade. The phyB mutant, plants overexpressing the multidrug… CONTINUE READING
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