Flavonoid accumulation patterns of transparent testa mutants of arabidopsis.

@article{Peer2001FlavonoidAP,
  title={Flavonoid accumulation patterns of transparent testa mutants of arabidopsis.},
  author={Wendy Ann Peer and D E Brown and Brian W. Tague and Gloria K. Muday and Lincoln Taiz and Angus S Murphy},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={126 2},
  pages={536-48}
}
Flavonoids have been implicated in the regulation of auxin movements in Arabidopsis. To understand when and where flavonoids may be acting to control auxin movement, the flavonoid accumulation pattern was examined in young seedlings and mature tissues of wild-type Arabidopsis. Using a variety of biochemical and visualization techniques, flavonoid accumulation in mature plants was localized in cauline leaves, pollen, stigmata, and floral primordia, and in the stems of young, actively growing… CONTINUE READING
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