Implications of long-distance flavonoid movement in Arabidopsis thaliana
Flavonoid synthesis is modulated by developmental and environmental signals that control the amounts and localization of the diverse flavonoids found in plants. Flavonoids are implicated in regulating a number of physiological processes including UV protection, fertilization, auxin transport, plant architecture, gravitropism and pathogenic and symbiotic interactions with other organisms. Recendy we showed that flavonoids can move long distances in plants, which may facilitate these molecules...[Show more]
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