TCP Transcription Factors at the Interface between Environmental Challenges and the Plant’s Growth Responses

@inproceedings{Danisman2016TCPTF,
  title={TCP Transcription Factors at the Interface between Environmental Challenges and the Plant’s Growth Responses},
  author={Selahattin Danisman},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2016}
}
Plants are sessile and as such their reactions to environmental challenges differ from those of mobile organisms. Many adaptions involve growth responses and hence, growth regulation is one of the most crucial biological processes for plant survival and fitness. The plant-specific TEOSINTE BRANCHED 1, CYCLOIDEA, PCF1 (TCP) transcription factor family is involved in plant development from cradle to grave, i.e., from seed germination throughout vegetative development until the formation of… CONTINUE READING
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