Temperature-dependent shade avoidance involves the receptor-like kinase ERECTA.

@article{Patel2013TemperaturedependentSA,
  title={Temperature-dependent shade avoidance involves the receptor-like kinase ERECTA.},
  author={Dhaval Patel and Manojit M Basu and Scott Hayes and Imre Majl{\'a}th and Flora M Hetherington and Timothy J. Tschaplinski and Keara A. Franklin},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={73 6},
  pages={980-92}
}
Plants detect the presence of neighbouring vegetation by monitoring changes in the ratio of red (R) to far-red (FR) wavelengths (R:FR) in ambient light. Reductions in R:FR are perceived by the phytochrome family of plant photoreceptors and initiate a suite of developmental responses termed the shade avoidance syndrome. These include increased elongation growth of stems and petioles, enabling plants to overtop competing vegetation. The majority of shade avoidance experiments are performed at… CONTINUE READING
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