Plant development goes like clockwork.

@article{Montaigu2010PlantDG,
  title={Plant development goes like clockwork.},
  author={Amaury de Montaigu and R{\'e}ka Anita T{\'o}th and George Coupland},
  journal={Trends in genetics : TIG},
  year={2010},
  volume={26 7},
  pages={296-306}
}
The plant circadian clock promotes daily rhythms in the activity of many processes. These rhythms are synchronized to the diurnal day/night cycle by environmental cues such as light and temperature. Output pathways link the clock to particular biological processes, ensuring that they peak in activity at the appropriate times of day or night. Recently, significant progress was made in defining the mechanisms by which output pathways are activated at specific times. Here these issues are… CONTINUE READING