Regulation of shoot and root development through mutual signaling.

  title={Regulation of shoot and root development through mutual signaling.},
  author={J{\'e}r{\^o}me Puig and Germain Pauluzzi and Emmanuel Guiderdoni and Pascal P Gantet},
  journal={Molecular plant},
  volume={5 5},
Plants adjust their development in relation to the availability of nutrient sources. This necessitates signaling between root and shoot. Aside from the well-known systemic signaling processes mediated by auxin, cytokinin, and sugars, new pathways involving carotenoid-derived hormones have recently been identified. The auxin-responsive MAX pathway controls shoot branching through the biosynthesis of strigolactone in the roots. The BYPASS1 gene affects the production of an as-yet unknown… CONTINUE READING
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