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Non-cell autonomous and spatiotemporal signaling from a tissue organizer orchestrates root vascular development

Baojun Yang (UGent) , Max Minne (UGent) , Federica Brunoni, Lenka Plačková, Ivan Petřík, Yanbiao Sun (UGent) , Jonah Nolf (UGent) , Wouter Smet (UGent) , Kevin Verstaen (UGent) , Jos Wendrich (UGent) , et al.
(2021) NATURE PLANTS. 7(11). p.1485-1494
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During plant development, a precise balance of cytokinin is crucial for correct growth and patterning, but it remains unclear how this is achieved across different cell types and in the context of a growing organ. Here we show that, in the root apical meristem, the TMO5/LHW complex increases active cytokinin levels via two cooperatively acting enzymes. By profiling the transcriptomic changes of increased cytokinin at single cell level, we further show that this effect is counteracted by a tissue specific increase in CYTOKININ OXIDASE 3 expression via direct activation of the mobile transcription factor SHORTROOT. In summary we show that within the root meristem, xylem cells act as a local organizer of vascular development by non-autonomously regulating cytokinin levels in neighboring procambium cells via sequential induction and repression modules.
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ARABIDOPSIS ROOT, BETA-GLUCOSIDASE, CYTOKININ ACTION, AUXIN, DIFFERENTIATION, INITIATION, DIVISION, PATHWAY, SYSTEM, REVEAL

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Yang, Baojun, et al. “Non-Cell Autonomous and Spatiotemporal Signaling from a Tissue Organizer Orchestrates Root Vascular Development.” NATURE PLANTS, vol. 7, no. 11, 2021, pp. 1485–94, doi:10.1038/s41477-021-01017-6.
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Yang, B., Minne, M., Brunoni, F., Plačková, L., Petřík, I., Sun, Y., … De Rybel, B. (2021). Non-cell autonomous and spatiotemporal signaling from a tissue organizer orchestrates root vascular development. NATURE PLANTS, 7(11), 1485–1494. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41477-021-01017-6
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Yang, Baojun, Max Minne, Federica Brunoni, Lenka Plačková, Ivan Petřík, Yanbiao Sun, Jonah Nolf, et al. 2021. “Non-Cell Autonomous and Spatiotemporal Signaling from a Tissue Organizer Orchestrates Root Vascular Development.” NATURE PLANTS 7 (11): 1485–94. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41477-021-01017-6.
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Yang, Baojun, Max Minne, Federica Brunoni, Lenka Plačková, Ivan Petřík, Yanbiao Sun, Jonah Nolf, Wouter Smet, Kevin Verstaen, Jos Wendrich, Thomas Eekhout, Klara Hoyerová, Gert Van Isterdael, Jurgen Haustraete, Anthony Bishopp, Etienne Farcot, Ondřej Novák, Yvan Saeys, and Bert De Rybel. 2021. “Non-Cell Autonomous and Spatiotemporal Signaling from a Tissue Organizer Orchestrates Root Vascular Development.” NATURE PLANTS 7 (11): 1485–1494. doi:10.1038/s41477-021-01017-6.
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Yang B, Minne M, Brunoni F, Plačková L, Petřík I, Sun Y, et al. Non-cell autonomous and spatiotemporal signaling from a tissue organizer orchestrates root vascular development. NATURE PLANTS. 2021;7(11):1485–94.
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B. Yang et al., “Non-cell autonomous and spatiotemporal signaling from a tissue organizer orchestrates root vascular development,” NATURE PLANTS, vol. 7, no. 11, pp. 1485–1494, 2021.
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  abstract     = {{During plant development, a precise balance of cytokinin is crucial for correct growth and patterning, but it remains unclear how this is achieved across different cell types and in the context of a growing organ. Here we show that, in the root apical meristem, the TMO5/LHW complex increases active cytokinin levels via two cooperatively acting enzymes. By profiling the transcriptomic changes of increased cytokinin at single cell level, we further show that this effect is counteracted by a tissue specific increase in CYTOKININ OXIDASE 3 expression via direct activation of the mobile transcription factor SHORTROOT. In summary we show that within the root meristem, xylem cells act as a local organizer of vascular development by non-autonomously regulating cytokinin levels in neighboring procambium cells via sequential induction and repression modules.}},
  author       = {{Yang, Baojun and Minne, Max and Brunoni, Federica and Plačková, Lenka and Petřík, Ivan and Sun, Yanbiao and Nolf, Jonah and Smet, Wouter and Verstaen, Kevin and Wendrich, Jos and Eekhout, Thomas and Hoyerová, Klara and Van Isterdael, Gert and Haustraete, Jurgen and Bishopp, Anthony and Farcot, Etienne and Novák, Ondřej and Saeys, Yvan and De Rybel, Bert}},
  issn         = {{2055-026X}},
  journal      = {{NATURE PLANTS}},
  keywords     = {{ARABIDOPSIS ROOT,BETA-GLUCOSIDASE,CYTOKININ ACTION,AUXIN,DIFFERENTIATION,INITIATION,DIVISION,PATHWAY,SYSTEM,REVEAL}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  number       = {{11}},
  pages        = {{1485--1494}},
  title        = {{Non-cell autonomous and spatiotemporal signaling from a tissue organizer orchestrates root vascular development}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41477-021-01017-6}},
  volume       = {{7}},
  year         = {{2021}},
}

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