New insights into the roles of cucumber TIR1 homologs and miR393 in regulating fruit/seed set development and leaf morphogenesis

@inproceedings{Xu2017NewII,
  title={New insights into the roles of cucumber TIR1 homologs and miR393 in regulating fruit/seed set development and leaf morphogenesis},
  author={Jian Xue Xu and Ji Li and Li E Cui and Ting Ting Zhang and Zhe Wu and Pin-yu Zhu and Yong-Jiao Meng and Kai-Jing Zhang and Xia-Qing Yu and Qun-feng Lou and Jin-Feng Chen},
  booktitle={BMC Plant Biology},
  year={2017}
}
TIR1-like proteins act as auxin receptors and play essential roles in auxin-mediated plant development processes. The number of auxin receptor family members varies among species. While the functions of auxin receptor genes have been widely studied in Arabidopsis, the distinct functions of cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) auxin receptors remains poorly understood. To further our understanding of their potential role in cucumber development, two TIR1-like genes were identified and designated CsTIR1… CONTINUE READING
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