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The whats, the wheres and the hows of strigolactone action in the roots

(2016) PLANTA. 243(6). p.1327-1337
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Strigolactones control various aspects of plant development, including root architecture. Here, we review how strigolactones act in the root and survey the strigolactone specificity of signaling components that affect root development. Strigolactones are a group of secondary metabolites produced in plants that have been assigned multiple roles, of which the most recent is hormonal activity. Over the last decade, these compounds have been shown to regulate various aspects of plant development, such as shoot branching and leaf senescence, but a growing body of literature suggests that these hormones play an equally important role in the root. In this review, we present all known root phenotypes linked to strigolactones. We examine the expression and presence of the main players in biosynthesis and signaling of these hormones and bring together the available information that allows us to explain how strigolactones act to modulate the root system architecture.
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AUXIN TRANSPORT, ARABIDOPSIS, LEAF SENESCENCE, SEED-GERMINATION, PLANT DEVELOPMENT, ANALOG GR24, LOW-PHOSPHATE CONDITIONS, F-BOX PROTEIN, Strigolactone-related compounds, RICE, ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI, Strigolactone, rac-GR24, Root system architecture

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Matthys, Cedrick, Alan Walton, Sylwia Magdalena Struk, Elisabeth Stes, François-Didier Boyer, Kris Gevaert, and Sofie Goormachtig. 2016. “The Whats, the Wheres and the Hows of Strigolactone Action in the Roots.” Planta 243 (6): 1327–1337.
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Matthys, Cedrick, Walton, A., Struk, S. M., Stes, E., Boyer, F.-D., Gevaert, K., & Goormachtig, S. (2016). The whats, the wheres and the hows of strigolactone action in the roots. PLANTA, 243(6), 1327–1337.
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Matthys C, Walton A, Struk SM, Stes E, Boyer F-D, Gevaert K, et al. The whats, the wheres and the hows of strigolactone action in the roots. PLANTA. 2016;243(6):1327–37.
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Matthys, Cedrick, Alan Walton, Sylwia Magdalena Struk, et al. “The Whats, the Wheres and the Hows of Strigolactone Action in the Roots.” PLANTA 243.6 (2016): 1327–1337. Print.
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  abstract     = {Strigolactones control various aspects of plant development, including root architecture. Here, we review how strigolactones act in the root and survey the strigolactone specificity of signaling components that affect root development. 
Strigolactones are a group of secondary metabolites produced in plants that have been assigned multiple roles, of which the most recent is hormonal activity. Over the last decade, these compounds have been shown to regulate various aspects of plant development, such as shoot branching and leaf senescence, but a growing body of literature suggests that these hormones play an equally important role in the root. In this review, we present all known root phenotypes linked to strigolactones. We examine the expression and presence of the main players in biosynthesis and signaling of these hormones and bring together the available information that allows us to explain how strigolactones act to modulate the root system architecture.},
  author       = {Matthys, Cedrick and Walton, Alan and Struk, Sylwia Magdalena and Stes, Elisabeth and Boyer, Fran\c{c}ois-Didier and Gevaert, Kris and Goormachtig, Sofie},
  issn         = {0032-0935},
  journal      = {PLANTA},
  keyword      = {AUXIN TRANSPORT,ARABIDOPSIS,LEAF SENESCENCE,SEED-GERMINATION,PLANT DEVELOPMENT,ANALOG GR24,LOW-PHOSPHATE CONDITIONS,F-BOX PROTEIN,Strigolactone-related compounds,RICE,ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI,Strigolactone,rac-GR24,Root system architecture},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {1327--1337},
  title        = {The whats, the wheres and the hows of strigolactone action in the roots},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00425-016-2483-9},
  volume       = {243},
  year         = {2016},
}

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