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PROPORZ1, a putative Arabidopsis transcriptional adaptor protein, mediates auxin and cytokinin signals in the control of cell proliferation

Current Biology : CB

May 16, 2003

Tobias SiebererChristian Luschnig

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Plants generate cells and organs throughout their life cycle. Plant cell proliferation relates to the activity of dividing meristematic cells, which subsequently differentiate in a position- and lineage-dependent manner. The events underlying the regulation of cell division and further ...read more

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Organogenesis, Plant
Immunofluorescence Assay
Genes, Plant
Chimeric Proteins, Recombinant
Arabidopsis
Plant Components
Transcription, Genetic
Auxins
Gene Deletion
Callus - plant part
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PROPORZ1, a putative Arabidopsis transcriptional adaptor protein, mediates auxin and cytokinin signals in the control of cell proliferation

Current Biology : CB

May 16, 2003

Tobias SiebererChristian Luschnig

PMID: 12747832

DOI: 10.1016/s0960-9822(03)00327-0

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Plants generate cells and organs throughout their life cycle. Plant cell proliferation relates to the activity of dividing meristematic cells, which subsequently differentiate in a position- and lineage-dependent manner. The events underlying the regulation of cell division and further ...read more

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Organogenesis, Plant
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