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Abstract

Phytohormones influence many diverse developmental processes ranging from seed germination to root, shoot, and flower formation. Recently, mutational analysis using the model plant has been instrumental in determining the individual components of specific hormone signal transduction pathways. Moreover, epistasis and suppressor studies are beginning to explain how these genes and their products relate to one another. While no hormone transduction pathway is completely understood, the genes identified to date suggest that simple molecular rules can be established to explain how plant hormone signals are transduced. This review describes some of the shared characteristics of plant hormone signal transduction pathways and the properties for informational transfer common to many of the genes that specify the transduction of the signal.

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1999-06-01
2024-06-19
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