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Strigolactones As An Auxiliary Hormonal Defence Mechanism Against Leafy Gall Syndrome In Arabidopsis Thaliana

Elisabeth Stes, Stephen Depuydt, A. De Keyser, C. Matthys, K. Audenaert, K. Yoneyama, S. Werbrouck, S. Goormachtig, D. Vereecke
Published 2015 · Biology, Medicine

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Highlight To antagonize the developmental process initiated by Rhodococcus fascians and in response to the bacterial cytokinins, Arabidopsis activates its strigolactone response, partially suppressing shoot branching in the rosette.
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