Signalling and responses to strigolactones and karrikins

Strigolactone and karrikin signalling control many aspects of plant growth and development through similar mechanisms employing related α/β-fold hydrolase-receptors and a common F-box protein named MORE AXILARY GROWTH2 in Arabidopsis or DWARF3 in rice

Steven M Smith

2014

Scholarcy highlights

  • Strigolactone and karrikin signalling control many aspects of plant growth and development through similar mechanisms employing related α/β-fold hydrolase-receptors and a common F-box protein named MORE AXILARY GROWTH2 in Arabidopsis or DWARF3 in rice
  • Analysis of responses to SL or KAR has identified many genes regulated by these compounds
  • We critically analyse how to progress towards a clearer understanding of the targets and functions of the SL and KAR signalling systems

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