Selective deactivation of gibberellins below the shoot apex is critical to flowering but not to stem elongation of Lolium
Gibberellins (GAs) cause dramatic increases in plant height and a genetic block in the synthesis of GA1 explains the dwarfing of Mendel's pea. For flowering, it is GA5 which is important in the long-day (LD) responsive grass, Lolium. As we show here, GA1
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