Two pathways become one

Its inactivation is a key process in regulating auxin levels, but it is only that we are starting to properly understand the steps involved

John J. Ross; Ariane GĂ©linas-Marion

2021

Scholarcy highlights

  • Auxin is a master hormone that affects most aspects of plant development
  • Its inactivation is a key process in regulating auxin levels, but it is only that we are starting to properly understand the steps involved
  • In 2011, breakthrough papers placed those genes into a single pathway
  • The major genes involved have been known for some time, and they have been placed into a single linear pathway, reported by Hayashi et al.1 in a recent issue of Nature Communications

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