PrMATE1 Is Differentially Expressed in Radiata Pine Exposed to Inclination and the Deduced Protein Displays High Affinity to Proanthocyanidin Substrates by a Computational Approach

The response to inclination in plants is an attractive and extensively studied biological process. The most commonly held theory proposes a differential growth in stem tissue due to unequal auxin redistribution. Further evidence proposed that flavonoids act as molecular regulators of auxin distribution or flux. It is well known that flavonoids affect auxin… CONTINUE READING