Methyl jasmonate inhibits lamina joint inclination by repressing brassinosteroid biosynthesis and signaling in rice.

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Lamina joint inclination or leaf angle (the angle between the leaf blade and vertical culm) is a major trait of rice plant architecture. The plant hormone brassinosteroid (BR) is the main regulator of this trait, while other plant hormones, including ethylene, gibberellin, and auxin, also influence leaf angle. In this study, we found that methyl jasmonate… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.plantsci.2015.10.012

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@article{Gan2015MethylJI, title={Methyl jasmonate inhibits lamina joint inclination by repressing brassinosteroid biosynthesis and signaling in rice.}, author={Lijun Gan and Hong Wu and Dapeng Wu and Zhanfang Zhang and Zhengfei Guo and Na Yang and Kai Xia and Xie Zhou and Keimei Oh and Makoto Matsuoka and Denny K. S. Ng and Changhua Zhu}, journal={Plant science : an international journal of experimental plant biology}, year={2015}, volume={241}, pages={238-45} }