Nisar, Nazia; Cuttriss, Abby; Pogson, Barry; Cazzonelli, Christopher
Cellular auxin homeostasis controls many aspects of plant growth, organogenesis and development. The existence of intracellular auxin transport mediated by endoplasmic reticulum (ER)-localized PIN 5, PIN 6 and PIN 8 proteins is a relatively recent discovery shaping a new era in understanding auxin-mediated growth processes. Here we summarize the importance of PIN 6 in mediating intracellular auxin transport during root formation, leaf vein patterning and nectar production. While, it was...[Show more]
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