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Phototropin from Chlamydomonas reinhardtii is Functional in Arabidopsis thaliana

The expression of phototropins in Arabidopsis leaves: developmental and light regulation

Fine tuning chloroplast movements through physical interactions between phototropins

A C-Terminal Membrane Association Domain of Phototropin 2 is Necessary for Chloroplast Movement

Antagonistic Regulation of Leaf Flattening by Phytochrome B and Phototropin in Arabidopsis thaliana

Both Phototropin 1 and 2 Localize on the Chloroplast Outer Membrane with Distinct Localization Activity

Phototropins and Neochrome1 Mediate Nuclear Movement in the Fern Adiantum capillus-veneris

In Vivo Phosphorylation Site Mapping and Functional Characterization of Arabidopsis Phototropin 1

Blue-light-activated phototropin2 trafficking from the cytoplasm to Golgi/post-Golgi vesicles

Evolution of Three LOV Blue Light Receptor Families in Green Plants and Photosynthetic Stramenopiles: Phototropin, ZTL/FKF1/LKP2 and Aureochrome

Function Analysis of Phototropin2 using Fern Mutants Deficient in Blue Light-Induced Chloroplast Avoidance Movement

Blue Light-Induced Phototropism of Inflorescence Stems and Petioles is Mediated by Phototropin Family Members phot1 and phot2

Phototropin-Dependent Weak and Strong Light Responses in the Determination of Branch Position in the Moss Physcomitrella patens

The Subcellular Localization and Blue-Light-Induced Movement of Phototropin 1-GFP in Etiolated Seedlings of Arabidopsis thaliana w

 

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Any of a class of photosensitive flavoproteins that are sensitive to blue light and trigger reorientating growth of a plant towards a light source (i.e. phototropism). They also cause opening of stomata and movement of chloroplasts inside leaves. Light activates phototropins by inducing autophosphorylation.

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