Plant Hormone Homeostasis, Signaling, and Function during Adventitious Root Formation in Cuttings

@inproceedings{Druege2016PlantHH,
  title={Plant Hormone Homeostasis, Signaling, and Function during Adventitious Root Formation in Cuttings},
  author={Uwe Druege and Philipp Franken and Mohammad Reza Hajirezaei},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2016}
}
Adventitious root (AR) formation in cuttings is a multiphase developmental process, resulting from wounding at the cutting site and isolation from the resource and signal network of the whole plant. Though, promotive effects of auxins are widely used for clonal plant propagation, the regulation and function of plant hormones and their intricate signaling networks during AR formation in cuttings are poorly understood. In this focused review, we discuss our recent publications on the involvement… CONTINUE READING
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