Procuste1 mutants identify two distinct genetic pathways controlling hypocotyl cell elongation, respectively in dark- and light-grown Arabidopsis seedlings.

@article{Desnos1996Procuste1MI,
  title={Procuste1 mutants identify two distinct genetic pathways controlling hypocotyl cell elongation, respectively in dark- and light-grown Arabidopsis seedlings.},
  author={Thierry Desnos and Vladimir Orbovi{\'c} and Costanzo Bellini and Joceline Kronenberger and Michel Caboche and Jan Traas and Herman H{\"o}fte},
  journal={Development},
  year={1996},
  volume={122 2},
  pages={683-93}
}
Plant morphogenesis is dependent on a tight control of cell division and expansion. Cell elongation during post-embryonic hypocotyl growth is under the control of a light-regulated developmental switch. Light is generally believed to exert its effects on hypocotyl elongation through a phytochrome-and blue-light receptor-mediated inhibitory action on a so far unknown cell elongation mechanism. We describe here a new class of allelic mutants in Arabidopsis, at the locus PROCUSTE1 (prc1-1 to -4… CONTINUE READING
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