volume 1, issue 5, P100078 2020
DOI: 10.1016/j.xplc.2020.100078
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Abstract: Plants optimize their growth in fluctuating environments using information acquired by different organs. This information is then transmitted through the rest of the plant using both short- and long-distance signals, including hormones and mobile proteins. Although a few of these signals have been characterized, long-distance signaling is not well understood in plants. Recently, the light-regulated transcription factor HY5 was reported to move from the shoot to the root to regulate root growth. We generated a …

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