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Molecular Mechanism of Plant Color Change
Workshop Ⅱ on Biodiversity Data Sharing Environment in Asia
CTFS & CForBio Analytical WorkshopⅥ
International Symposium on the Regulation of Photosynthetic Function
International Symposium on Conservation and Utilization of Crop Wild Relatives for Mitigating the Effects of Global Climate Change
Journal of Plant Ecology (JPE)
Journal of Systematics and Evolution (formerly Acta Phytotaxonomica Sinica)
Journal of Plant Ecology (Chinese Version)
Why Roots Grow Vertically: New Breakthrough in the Research on Roots Gravitropism
Why Roots Grow Vertically? The importance of gravitropism to plant development had been answered by the biologist Charles Robert Darwin around one century ago. The distribution of root system in the soil directly affects the absorption and the usage of nutrients and water. PIN proteins are auxin export carriers that direct intercellular auxin flow and in turn regulate many aspects of plant...
New Findings in the evolutionary mechanism of molecular regulation in floral symmetry
CYCLOIDEA (CYC)-like TCP genes have conserved dorsal identity function in patterning floral zygomorphy. Their expression changes are usually related to morphological diversity of zygomorphic flowers. However, it is still a challenge to elucidate the molecular mechanism underlying their expression differentiation. Professor WANG Yinzheng of the Institute of Botany, CAS and his colleagues no...
Resist to Drought: A Novel Regulator in Plant ABA Signaling
Abscisic acid (ABA) is a phytohormone that plays a fundamental role in plant development and stress response, especially in the regulation of stomatal closure in response to water deficit stress. The signal transduction that occurs in response to ABA and drought stress is mediated by protein phosphorylation and ubiquitination. Protein ubiquitination plays a fundamental role in accurate adj...
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