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Small signaling peptides in Arabidopsis development: how cells communicate over a short distance

(2012) PLANT CELL. 24(8). p.3198-3217
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To sustain plants' postembryonic growth and development in a structure of cells fixed in cell walls, a tightly controlled short distance cell-cell communication is required. The focus on phytohormones, such as auxin, has historically overshadowed the importance of small peptide signals, but it is becoming clear that secreted peptide signals are important in cell-cell communication to coordinate and integrate cellular functions. However, of the more than 1000 potential secreted peptides, so far only very few have been functionally characterized or matched to a receptor. Here, we will describe our current knowledge on how small peptide signals can be identified, how they are modified and processed, which roles they play in Arabidopsis thaliana development, and through which receptors they act.
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LATERAL ROOT DEVELOPMENT, TYROSYLPROTEIN SULFOTRANSFERASE, RECEPTOR-LIKE KINASE, FLORAL ORGAN ABSCISSION, POLLEN-TUBE RECEPTION, PLANT DEVELOPMENT, SECRETED PEPTIDE, CLE PEPTIDES, STOMATAL DENSITY, INFLORESCENCE-DEFICIENT

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Murphy, Evan, Stephanie Smith, and Ive De Smet. “Small Signaling Peptides in Arabidopsis Development: How Cells Communicate over a Short Distance.” PLANT CELL 24.8 (2012): 3198–3217. Print.
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Murphy, E., Smith, S., & De Smet, I. (2012). Small signaling peptides in Arabidopsis development: how cells communicate over a short distance. PLANT CELL, 24(8), 3198–3217.
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Murphy, Evan, Stephanie Smith, and Ive De Smet. 2012. “Small Signaling Peptides in Arabidopsis Development: How Cells Communicate over a Short Distance.” Plant Cell 24 (8): 3198–3217.
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Murphy, Evan, Stephanie Smith, and Ive De Smet. 2012. “Small Signaling Peptides in Arabidopsis Development: How Cells Communicate over a Short Distance.” Plant Cell 24 (8): 3198–3217.
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Murphy E, Smith S, De Smet I. Small signaling peptides in Arabidopsis development: how cells communicate over a short distance. PLANT CELL. 2012;24(8):3198–217.
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E. Murphy, S. Smith, and I. De Smet, “Small signaling peptides in Arabidopsis development: how cells communicate over a short distance,” PLANT CELL, vol. 24, no. 8, pp. 3198–3217, 2012.
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  abstract     = {To sustain plants' postembryonic growth and development in a structure of cells fixed in cell walls, a tightly controlled short distance cell-cell communication is required. The focus on phytohormones, such as auxin, has historically overshadowed the importance of small peptide signals, but it is becoming clear that secreted peptide signals are important in cell-cell communication to coordinate and integrate cellular functions. However, of the more than 1000 potential secreted peptides, so far only very few have been functionally characterized or matched to a receptor. Here, we will describe our current knowledge on how small peptide signals can be identified, how they are modified and processed, which roles they play in Arabidopsis thaliana development, and through which receptors they act.},
  author       = {Murphy, Evan and Smith, Stephanie and De Smet, Ive},
  issn         = {1040-4651},
  journal      = {PLANT CELL},
  keywords     = {LATERAL ROOT DEVELOPMENT,TYROSYLPROTEIN SULFOTRANSFERASE,RECEPTOR-LIKE KINASE,FLORAL ORGAN ABSCISSION,POLLEN-TUBE RECEPTION,PLANT DEVELOPMENT,SECRETED PEPTIDE,CLE PEPTIDES,STOMATAL DENSITY,INFLORESCENCE-DEFICIENT},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {8},
  pages        = {3198--3217},
  title        = {Small signaling peptides in Arabidopsis development: how cells communicate over a short distance},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1105/tpc.112.099010},
  volume       = {24},
  year         = {2012},
}

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