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Regulation of shoot meristem shape by photoperiodic signaling and phytohormones during floral induction of Arabidopsis
Atsuko Kinoshita et al.
The shoot meristem becomes domed in shape during floral transition and this is controlled by flowering pathways and the phytohormone gibberellin causing increases in cell size and number.
-glycan composition impacts flagella-mediated adhesion in
Nannan Xu et al.
Adhesion force measurements reveal that proper
-glycosylation of flagellar membrane proteins is crucial for adhering
cells onto surfaces.
SUMOylation contributes to proteostasis of the chloroplast protein import receptor TOC159 during early development
Sonia Accossato et al.
The Arabidopsis V-ATPase is localized to the TGN/EE via a seed plant-specific motif
Upendo Lupanga et al.
Analysis of the Arabidopsis V-ATPase reveals convergent evolution of differential targeting as well as redundancy of the endosomal and vacuolar isoforms during vegetative development.
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
A self-balancing circuit centered on MoOsm1 kinase governs adaptive responses to host-derived ROS in
Xinyu Liu et al.
A phosphorylation circuitry balancing among kinase, transcription factor, transcription repressor, and phosphatase in response against host immunity during
Photosynthetic sea slugs induce protective changes to the light reactions of the chloroplasts they steal from algae
Vesa Havurinne, Esa Tyystjärvi
Slug chloroplasts avoid damage to photosynthesis by maintaining an oxidized electron transfer chain with the help of oxygen-sensitive electron acceptors.
Photosynthesis: On the art of stealing chloroplasts
Paulo Cartaxana, Sónia Cruz
Sea slugs increase the longevity of the chloroplasts they steal from algae by limiting the harmful side-effects of photosynthesis.
The genetic architecture of host response reveals the importance of arbuscular mycorrhizae to maize cultivation
M Rosario Ramírez-Flores et al.
Heritable variation in the benefit maize plants receive from arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi supports the feasibility of breeding crops to optimize use of this ancient symbiosis.
Chromosomes and Gene Expression
A new role for histone demethylases in the maintenance of plant genome integrity
Javier Antunez-Sanchez et al.
Plants reset chromatin marks during sexual reproduction to safeguard the stability of the genome.
Photosynthesis without β-carotene
Pengqi Xu et al.
Tobacco plants containing xanthophyll astaxanthin show that both photosystems are fully functional in the absence of carotenes, and these pigments are not essential for photosynthesis.
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