Effects of Light and Wounding on Jasmonates in Rice phyAphyC Mutants

@article{Brendel2014EffectsOL,
  title={Effects of Light and Wounding on Jasmonates in Rice phyAphyC Mutants},
  author={Rita Brendel and Katharina Svyatyna and Y. Jikumaru and M. Reichelt and A. Mith{\"o}fer and M. Takano and Y. Kamiya and P. Nick and M. Riemann},
  journal={Plants},
  year={2014},
  volume={3},
  pages={143 - 159}
}
Jasmonates (JA) are lipid-derived plant hormones. They have been shown to be important regulators of photomorphogenesis, a developmental program in plants, which is activated by light through different red and blue light sensitive photoreceptors. In rice, inhibition of coleoptile growth by light is a central event in photomorphogenesis. This growth inhibition is impaired, when jasmonate biosynthesis is knocked out. Previously, we found that JASMONATE RESISTANT 1 (OsJAR1) transcripts were not… Expand

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