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Developmental Programmed Cell Death In Plants.

H. Kuriyama, H. Fukuda
Published 2002 · Biology, Medicine

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Mechanisms of plant developmental programmed cell death (PCD) have been intensively studied in recent years. Most plant developmental PCD is triggered by plant hormones, and the 'death signal' may be transduced by hormonal signaling pathways. Although there are some fundamental differences in the regulation of developmental PCD in various eukaryotes of different kingdoms, hormonal control and death signal transduction via pleiotropic signaling pathways constitute a common framework. However, plants possess a unique process of PCD execution that depends on vacuolar lytic function. Comparisons of the developmental PCD mechanisms of plants and other organisms are providing important insights into the detailed characteristics of developmental PCD in plants.
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