Tendril Coiling in Grapevine: Jasmonates and a New Role for GABA?

@article{Malabarba2019TendrilCI,
  title={Tendril Coiling in Grapevine: Jasmonates and a New Role for GABA?},
  author={Jaiana Malabarba and Michael Reichelt and Giancarlo Pasquali and Axel Mith{\"o}fer},
  journal={Journal of Plant Growth Regulation},
  year={2019},
  volume={38},
  pages={39-45}
}
Grapevine (Vitis vinifera L., Vitaceae) belongs to the genus Vitis, and is characterized as a vine due to the presence of tendrils, which are located opposite to leaves. Tendrils are thigmo-responsive organs, able to carry out delicate mechanosensory responses upon touch and related stimuli. These organs are an adaptation of the plant to climb with the help of support to higher places and finally remain at a position with favorable light quality. In previous studies on Bryonia dioica… 
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