microRNA regulation of fruit growth

  title={microRNA regulation of fruit growth},
  author={Juan Jos{\'e} Ripoll and Lindsay J. Bailey and Quynh-Anh Mai and Scott Wu and Cindy T. Hon and Elisabeth J. Chapman and Gary S. Ditta and Mark Estelle and Martin F. Yanofsky},
  journal={Nature Plants},
Growth is a major factor in plant organ morphogenesis and is influenced by exogenous and endogenous signals including hormones. Although recent studies have identified regulatory pathways for the control of growth during vegetative development, there is little mechanistic understanding of how growth is controlled during the reproductive phase. Using Arabidopsis fruit morphogenesis as a platform for our studies, we show that the microRNA miR172 is critical for fruit growth, as the growth of… CONTINUE READING
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