Characterising CEP peptide hormone and CEPR1 receptor activity in the control of Arabidopsis thaliana root growth and seed yield
Plants use numerous metabolite and peptide hormone pathways to respond to environmental changes and to ensure their survival and reproductive success. One important class of hormone are the small signalling peptides encoded by the CEP (C-TERMINALLY ENCODED PEPTIDE) gene family. CEPs have established roles in inhibiting root growth, and in promoting root nitrate uptake and legume nodulation. Specific roles for CEP signalling in aboveground growth and development, however, are not currently...[Show more]
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