Light-induced degradation of phyA is promoted by transfer of the photoreceptor into the nucleus

@article{Debrieux2010LightinducedDO,
  title={Light-induced degradation of phyA is promoted by transfer of the photoreceptor into the nucleus},
  author={Dimitry Debrieux and Christian Fankhauser},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={73},
  pages={687-695}
}
Higher plants possess multiple members of the phytochrome family of red, far-red light sensors to modulate plant growth and development according to competition from neighbors. The phytochrome family is composed of the light-labile phyA and several light-stable members (phyB-phyE in Arabidopsis). phyA accumulates to high levels in etiolated seedlings and is essential for young seedling establishment under a dense canopy. In photosynthetically active seedlings high levels of phyA counteract the… CONTINUE READING
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