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Auxin-induced degradation dynamics and plant development
Development requires cells to send and receive information, often in the form of small molecules or peptides. An emerging theme in biology is that information can be encoded in the dynamics of signaling, not just in the relative abundance of signaling molecules. In plants, response to the hormone auxin is a useful tool for ...
Stem cells and fate control in plant stomatal development
The plant epidermis is a critical interface between the atmosphere and internal plant tissues, which allows plants to succeed on land by restricting their exposure to the environment. Stomata, closable pores on the plant surface bounded by specialized guard cells, are an integral part of epidermal function. By controlling ...