SCARECROW-LIKE23 and SCARECROW jointly specify endodermal cell fate but distinctly control SHORT-ROOT movement.

@article{Long2015SCARECROWLIKE23AS,
  title={SCARECROW-LIKE23 and SCARECROW jointly specify endodermal cell fate but distinctly control SHORT-ROOT movement.},
  author={Yuchen Long and Joachim Goedhart and Martinus A Schneijderberg and Inez Terpstra and Akie Shimotohno and Benjamin Pierre Bouchet and Anna Akhmanova and Theodorus W. J. Gadella and Renze Heidstra and Ben Scheres and Ikram Blilou},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={84 4},
  pages={773-84}
}
Intercellular signaling through trafficking of regulatory proteins is a widespread phenomenon in plants and can deliver positional information for the determination of cell fate. In the Arabidopsis root meristem, the cell fate determinant SHORT-ROOT (SHR), a GRAS domain transcription factor, acts as a signaling molecule from the stele to the adjacent layer to specify endodermal cell fate. Upon exiting the stele, SHR activates another GRAS domain transcription factor, SCARCROW (SCR), which… CONTINUE READING
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