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Title: Strigolactone signaling in plants
Authors: Marzec, Marek
Keywords: Strigolactones (SLs; Perception; Signaling; Degradation; SCF complex
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: London : In Tech
Citation: Mohamed A. El-Esawi (red.), "Phytohormones - Signaling Mechanisms and Crosstalk in Plant Development and Stress Responses" (S. 101-115). London : InTech
Abstract: They were found to be involved in the communication between plant roots and symbiotic bacteria or fungi, but also in the interactions between roots of host plants and germinating seeds of parasitic plants. Over the years, however, it has become clear that SLs play a regulatory role in many aspects of plant growth and development. Extensive studies on plant model species Arabidopsis thaliana L. and Oryza sativa L. have uncovered the molecular mechanisms of SL biosynthesis and signaling. In some aspects, the SL perception and signaling correspond to the already known mechanisms described for other phytohormones, but in other points, they seem to be unique in the plant kingdom. This chapter summarizes the recent discoveries in the signal transduction pathway of SLs and describes the model of SL perception and signaling.
DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.68497
ISBN: 978-953-51-3412-1
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