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Polar auxin transport: an early invention

Cell Polarity Signaling: Focus on Polar Auxin Transport

Regulation of polar auxin transport by protein and lipid kinases

Polar auxin transport in relation to long-distance transport of nutrients in the Charales

Inhibition of Transdifferentiation into Tracheary Elements by Polar Auxin Transport Inhibitors Through Intracellular Auxin Depletion

Genetic Analysis of the Effects of Polar Auxin Transport Inhibitors on Root Growth in Arabidopsis thaliana

Auxin response, but not its polar transport, plays a role in hydrotropism of Arabidopsis roots

Production of phenocopies of the lanceolate mutant in tomato using polar auxin transport inhibitors

Characterization of OsPID, the Rice Ortholog of PINOID, and its Possible Involvement in the Control of Polar Auxin Transport

Auxin Polar Transport and Flower Formation in Arabidopsis thaliana Transformed with Indoleacetamide Hydrolase (iaaH) Gene

The Role of PIN Auxin Efflux Carriers in Polar Auxin Transport and Accumulation and Their Effect on Shaping Maize Development

The role of polar auxin transport through pedicels of Prunus avium L. in relation to fruit development and retention

The polar auxin transport inhibitor NPA impairs embryo morphology and increases the expression of an auxin efflux facilitator protein PIN during Picea abies somatic embryo development

Auxin polar transport is essential for the development of zygote and embryo in Nicotiana tabacum L. and correlated with ABP1 and PM H+-ATPase activities

Expression of PaNAC01, a Picea abies CUP-SHAPED COTYLEDON orthologue, is regulated by polar auxin transport and associated with differentiation of the shoot apical meristem and formation of separated cotyledons

 

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The movement in one direction within a plant, basipetally in shoots, of plant growth substances and plant growth regulators by a mechanism that requires metabolic energy and that does not involve intact xylem or phloem streams.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.


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