The bps signal: embryonic arrest from an auxin-independent mechanism in bypass triple mutants.

Abstract

Long-distance signaling is essential for coordination of plant development and environmental responses. We originally isolated a tiny mutant named bypass1 (bps1), which has defects in shoot and root development. The bps1 roots overproduce a mobile signal (bps signal) that arrests both root and shoot development. Our recent study demonstrated that all three… (More)
DOI: 10.4161/psb.20282

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