Leaf epinasty and auxin: A biochemical and molecular overview.

@article{Sandalio2016LeafEA,
  title={Leaf epinasty and auxin: A biochemical and molecular overview.},
  author={Luisa M Sandalio and Mar{\'i}a Rodr{\'i}guez-Serrano and Mar{\'i}a C Romero-Puertas},
  journal={Plant science : an international journal of experimental plant biology},
  year={2016},
  volume={253},
  pages={187-193}
}
Leaf epinasty involves the downward bending of leaves as a result of disturbances in their growth, with a greater expansion in adaxial cells as compared to abaxial surface cells. The co-ordinated anisotropy of growth in epidermal, palisade mesophyll and vascular tissues contributes to epinasty. This phenotype, which is regulated by auxin (indole-3-acetic acid, IAA), controls plant cell division and elongation by regulating the expression of a vast number of genes. Other plant hormones, such as… CONTINUE READING

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