T Asami et al.
Plant physiology, 123(1), 93-100 (2000-05-12)
Screening for brassinosteroid (BR) biosynthesis inhibitors was performed to find chemicals that induce dwarfism in Arabidopsis, mutants that resembled BR biosynthesis mutants that can be rescued by BR. Through this screening experiment, the compound brassinazole was selected as the most...
Lijiang Hou et al.
Plant & cell physiology, 60(8), 1761-1777 (2019-05-18)
Brassinosteroid (BR) plays an important role in plant development and biotic and abiotic stress tolerance, but its specific function remains largely unknown in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), preventing its utilization in this important crop. In this study, the function of...
Arabidopsis G-Protein β Subunit AGB1 Interacts with BES1 to Regulate Brassinosteroid Signaling and Cell Elongation.
Zhang T, et al.
Frontiers in Plant Science, 8, 2225-2225 (2018)
Zhongtao Jia et al.
Plant physiology, 183(3), 998-1010 (2020-05-14)
Root developmental plasticity enables plants to adapt to limiting or fluctuating nutrient conditions in the soil. When grown under nitrogen (N) deficiency, plants develop a more exploratory root system by increasing primary and lateral root length. However, mechanisms underlying this...
Xuejiao Cheng et al.
The Plant cell, 32(4), 923-934 (2020-02-16)
Six subspecies of hexaploid wheat (Triticumaestivum) have been identified, but the origin of Indian dwarf wheat (Triticum sphaerococcum), the only subspecies with round grains, is currently unknown. Here, we isolated the grain-shape gene Tasg-D1 in Tsphaerococcum via positional cloning. Tasg-D1...