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In pea (Pisum sativum), normal pericarp growth requires the presence of seeds and removal or abortion of seeds lead to reduced pericarp growth and subsequent abscission. Previous studies in pea showed that auxin levels are higher in seeds than the surrounding ovary (pericarp) tissues, suggesting...
Indole-3-Acetic Acid is produced by Emiliania Huxleyi Coccolith-bearing cells and triggers a physiological response in bald cellsDownload
Indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) is an auxin produced by terrestrial plants which influences development through a variety of cellular mechanisms, such as altering cell orientation, organ development, fertility, and cell elongation. IAA is also produced by bacterial pathogens and symbionts of plants...
ABSTRACT The plant vascular system transports water and nutrients, but also regulatory molecules that function in short- and long-distance mechanisms to pattern surrounding tissues. As such, the development of the vascular system is tied to the overall patterning and development of the plant...
The plant vascular system transports water and nutrients, but also regulatory molecules that function in short- and long-distance mechanisms to pattern surrounding tissues. As such, the development of the vascular system is tied to the overall patterning and development of the plant body. The...
Soil microbial communities in boreal forests are structured by complex interactions among many factors operating simultaneously on large and small spatial scales. Of particular note in the boreal mixedwood, the microbial communities under trembling aspen and white spruce forest floors are...
The plant vascular system is a network of vascular strands that transport nutrients and signals. Some of these signals control the development of non-vascular tissues surrounding vascular strands; some others coordinate the development of new branches, leaves, and flowers with that of new roots....