Gibberellins accumulate in the elongating endodermal cells of Arabidopsis root.

@article{Shani2013GibberellinsAI,
  title={Gibberellins accumulate in the elongating endodermal cells of Arabidopsis root.},
  author={Eilon Shani and Roy Weinstain and Yi Zhang and Cristina Castillejo and Eirini Kaiserli and Joanne Chory and Roger Tsien and Mark Estelle},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2013},
  volume={110 12},
  pages={4834-9}
}
Plant hormones are small-molecule signaling compounds that are collectively involved in all aspects of plant growth and development. Unlike animals, plants actively regulate the spatial distribution of several of their hormones. For example, auxin transport results in the formation of auxin maxima that have a key role in developmental patterning. However, the spatial distribution of the other plant hormones, including gibberellic acid (GA), is largely unknown. To address this, we generated two… CONTINUE READING