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Leaf growth : complex regulation of a seemingly simple process.

Michele Schneider (UGent) , Michiel Van Bel (UGent) , Dirk Inzé (UGent) and Alexandra Baekelandt (UGent)
(2024) PLANT JOURNAL. 117(4). p.1018-1051
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Understanding the underlying mechanisms of plant development is crucial to successfully steer or manipulate plant growth in a targeted manner. Leaves, the primary sites of photosynthesis, are vital organs for many plant species, and leaf growth is controlled by a tight temporal and spatial regulatory network. In this review, we focus on the genetic networks governing leaf cell proliferation, one major contributor to final leaf size. First, we provide an overview of six regulator families of leaf growth in Arabidopsis: DA1, PEAPODs, KLU, GRFs, the SWI/SNF complexes, and DELLAs, together with their surrounding genetic networks. Next, we discuss their evolutionary conservation to highlight similarities and differences among species, because knowledge transfer between species remains a big challenge. Finally, we focus on the increase in knowledge of the interconnectedness between these genetic pathways, the function of the cell cycle machinery as their central convergence point, and other internal and environmental cues.
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Arabidopsis thaliana, DA1, DELLA, GRF, KLU, PEAPOD, SWI/SNF, cell division, evolutionary conservation, leaf growth, CHROMATIN-REMODELING COMPLEXES, GRF TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS, UBIQUITIN RECEPTOR DA1, ANAPHASE-PROMOTING COMPLEX/CYCLOSOME, SHAPED-COTYLEDON GENES, B RESPONSE REGULATORS, PLAY DISTINCT ROLES, ORGAN SIZE, ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA, CELL-PROLIFERATION

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MLA
Schneider, Michele, et al. “Leaf Growth : Complex Regulation of a Seemingly Simple Process.” PLANT JOURNAL, vol. 117, no. 4, 2024, pp. 1018–51, doi:10.1111/tpj.16558.
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Schneider, M., Van Bel, M., Inzé, D., & Baekelandt, A. (2024). Leaf growth : complex regulation of a seemingly simple process. PLANT JOURNAL, 117(4), 1018–1051. https://doi.org/10.1111/tpj.16558
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Schneider, Michele, Michiel Van Bel, Dirk Inzé, and Alexandra Baekelandt. 2024. “Leaf Growth : Complex Regulation of a Seemingly Simple Process.” PLANT JOURNAL 117 (4): 1018–51. https://doi.org/10.1111/tpj.16558.
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Schneider, Michele, Michiel Van Bel, Dirk Inzé, and Alexandra Baekelandt. 2024. “Leaf Growth : Complex Regulation of a Seemingly Simple Process.” PLANT JOURNAL 117 (4): 1018–1051. doi:10.1111/tpj.16558.
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Schneider M, Van Bel M, Inzé D, Baekelandt A. Leaf growth : complex regulation of a seemingly simple process. PLANT JOURNAL. 2024;117(4):1018–51.
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M. Schneider, M. Van Bel, D. Inzé, and A. Baekelandt, “Leaf growth : complex regulation of a seemingly simple process.,” PLANT JOURNAL, vol. 117, no. 4, pp. 1018–1051, 2024.
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