FAR-RED ELONGATED HYPOCOTYLS3 Negatively Regulates Shade Avoidance Responses in Arabidopsis.

@article{Ma2019FARREDEH,
  title={FAR-RED ELONGATED HYPOCOTYLS3 Negatively Regulates Shade Avoidance Responses in Arabidopsis.},
  author={Lin Ma and Yang Li and Xiuxiu Li and Di Xu and Xueqiao Lin and Mingmei Liu and Gang Li and Xiaochun Qin},
  journal={Plant, cell \& environment},
  year={2019}
}
  • Lin Ma, Yang Li, X. Qin
  • Published 12 August 2019
  • Environmental Science
  • Plant, cell & environment
Light is a key limiting factor of plant growth and development under the canopy. Specific light signals such as a low ratio of red: far-red (R:FR) light, trigger the shade avoidance response, which affects hypocotyl, stem, and leaf growth. Although multiple components mediating shade avoidance responses have been identified in the past few decades, the underlying regulatory mechanism remains unclear. In this study, we found that the far-red elongated hypocotyls 3 (fhy3) mutant exhibited longer… 

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