Information Integration and Communication in Plant Growth Regulation

Abstract

Plants are equipped with the capacity to respond to a large number of diverse signals, both internal ones and those emanating from the environment, that are critical to their survival and adaption as sessile organisms. These signals need to be integrated through highly structured intracellular networks to ensure coherent cellular responses, and in addition, spatiotemporal actions of hormones and peptides both orchestrate local cell differentiation and coordinate growth and physiology over long distances. Further, signal interactions and signaling outputs vary significantly with developmental context. This review discusses our current understanding of the integrated intracellular and intercellular signaling networks that control plant growth.

DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2016.01.044

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@article{Chaiwanon2016InformationIA, title={Information Integration and Communication in Plant Growth Regulation}, author={Juthamas Chaiwanon and Wenfei Wang and Jia-Ying Zhu and Eunkyoo Oh and Zhi-Yong Wang}, journal={Cell}, year={2016}, volume={164}, pages={1257-1268} }