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by Michael Venis
New Biological Books. Hormone Binding Sites in Plants.
New Biological Books. Peter J. Davies, "Hormone Binding Sites in Plants.
Hormone receptors, Plant hormones.
Similar to classical plant. hormones, . Arabidopsis plants with mutants in the site-1 gene encoding HORMONES. auxins and cytokinins, the site of synthesis and. the site of action of peptide hormones are not necessarily the. same. Some peptide hormones travel long distances, for example, from the roots to the shoot where receptor proteins recognize. them and initiate appropriate signal cascades to bring about. Arabidopsis plants with mutants in the site-1 gene encoding. S1P, a subtilisin serine peptidase. When S1P is functional, RALF. peptides are correctly processed.
The hormone auxin is critical for many plant developmental processes. Unlike the model eudicot plant Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana), auxin distribution and signaling in rice tissues has not been systematically investigated due to the absence of suitable auxin response reporters.
Selenium concentrations in vegetation can vary widely, depending upon both selenium phytoavailability in the soil and plant genotype.
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Note how the plant reaches for and wraps around the galvanised wire provided for the purpose. This is a very tough twig and appears to have no other purpose than support for the plant. The ideas behind plant neurobiology were criticised in a 2007 article published in Trends in Plant Science by Amedeo Alpi and 35 other scientists, including such eminent plant biologists as Gerd Jürgens, Ben Scheres, and Chris Sommerville.