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Regulation of plant growth and development by light

Riverside Symposium in Plant Physiology (18th 1996 University of California, Riverside)

Regulation of plant growth and development by light

by Riverside Symposium in Plant Physiology (18th 1996 University of California, Riverside)

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Published by American Society of Plant Physiologists in Rockville, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plants -- Effect of light on -- Congresses,
  • Growth (Plants) -- Congresses,
  • Plants -- Development -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Winslow R. Briggs, Robert L. Heath, Elaine M. Tobin.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesCurrent topics in plant physiology -- v. 17.
    ContributionsBriggs, Winslow R., Heath, Robert L., Tobin, Elaine M.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 203 p. :
    Number of Pages203
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17597011M
    ISBN 100943088348
    OCLC/WorldCa38010148

      Circadian rhythms in transcription ultimately result in oscillations of key biological processes. Understanding how transcriptional rhythms are generated in plants provides an opportunity for fine-tuning growth, development, and responses to the environment. Here, we present a succinct description of the plant circadian clock, briefly reviewing a number of recent studies but mostly Cited by: 1.   Ethylene, for all the simplicity of its structure (C 2 H 4), regulates many aspects of plant growth and development [].The phrase 'growth and development' may be one of the most commonly used scientific phrases (a Google search turns up over 17 million hits), but for our purposes it is worthwhile to disengage the terms 'growth' and 'development' from each by:

    Plant Growth Regulators A hormone is a naturally produced chemical synthesized in one part of the plant and then travels to another part where it effects growth and development. There are five main groups: Auxin or Indole Acetic Acid (IAA) Gibberellin or Gibberellic Acid (GA) Cytokinin (Ck) Ethylene (C 2 H 4) Abscisic Acid (AbA). Journal of Plant Growth Regulation. All Volumes & Issues. Online First Articles. ISSN: (Print) Plant Growth and Photosynthetic Characteristics of Soybean Seedlings Under Different LED Lighting Quality Conditions. Springer for Research & Development.

    A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Plant hormones are a. Auxin is sent to the part of the plant facing away from the light, where it promotes cell elongation, thus causing the plant to bend towards the light. Fruit growth and development. Auxin is required for fruit growth and development and delays fruit senescence. When seeds are removed from strawberries, fruit growth is stopped; exogenous auxin.


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The Journal of Plant Growth Regulation is an international publication featuring original articles on all aspects of plant growth and development.

Published manuscripts report question-based research using hormonal, physiological, environmental, genetic, biophysical, developmental and/or molecular approaches to study the regulation of plant growth.

@bul:* Provides clear synthesis and review of hormonal and environmental regulation of plant growth and development * Contains more than illustrations supplementary information on techniques and/or related topics of interest * Single-authored text provides uniformity of presentation and integration of the subject matter * References listed.

Plant development is highly adaptive to environmental conditions, for example, light, nutrient or water availability, temperature, and other stresses. Several phytohormones control plant growth and development in response to external signals by regulating cell proliferation and expansion.

Plant Growth Regulation is an international journal publishing original articles in English on all aspects of plant growth and development. Published papers report on question-based research using hormonal, physiological, environmental, genetical, biophysical, developmental or molecular approaches to the study of plant growth regulation.

The best-elucidated molecular mechanism of DELLA-mediated growth regulation came from studies on the interaction between light and GA pathways. In etiolated Arabidopsis seedlings, PHYTOCHROME-INTERACTING FACTORs (PIFs) belonging to the subfamily 15 of bHLH transcription factors promote hypocotyl by: The height of greenhouse plants can be controlled by a number of non-chemical cultural methods.

Interest in these techniques has grown because of the tighter controls placed on the use of agricultural chemicals and the public's negative perception of chemicals in general.

The Worker Protection Standards recently developed by the USEPA control the use of plant growth regulators. UVR8. The effect of UV-B radiation on plant growth is dual. High fluence UV-B exposure causes photodamage, but low fluence UV-B contributes to photomorphogenesis and increases the resistance to herbivorous insects and pathogens (Ballaré et al., ; Galvão and Fankhauser, ).UV-B (– nm) is perceived by UVR8, which uses a structure based on tryptophans and a complex Cited by:   Brassinosteroids (BRs) are a group of polyhydroxylated plant steroid hormones that are crucial for many aspects of a plant’s life.

BRs were originally characterized for their function in cell elongation, but it is becoming clear that they play major roles in plant growth, development, and responses to several stresses such as extreme temperatures and by: 3.

INTRODUCTION. Plant growth is influenced by environmental cues (Sablowski and Carnier Dornelas, ; Sánchez Alvarado and Yamanaka, ).Among these cues, light is an important signal regulating many developmental and physiological processes in plants (Kami et al., ).Roots are underground organs that normally grow downwards into the soil following the gravity Cited by:   Introduction.

The plant hormone auxin or indoleacetic acid (IAA) was discovered ∼70 years ago, although the concept of plant hormones and speculation over their roles in plant development were conceived much earlier (reviewed by Abel and Theologis, ).Auxin research took off in the s following the discovery of a battery of genes involved in auxin responses, and more recently Cited by:   For example biological processes such as, the regulation of primary metabolism, photosynthesis, the regulation of growth, hormone levels, nutrient uptake, the developmental transition to flowering, and defense responses, are a subset of key processes regulated by the Cited by:   LIGHT AS IMPORTANT ENVIRONMENTAL FACTOR FOR ROOTS.

In nature, sessile plants have to respond to diurnal change in the light environment. One of main roles of light in plant’s life is to provide energy for photosynthesis and for the regulation of plant development at different stages such as seed germination, vegetative growth, tropisms and by: CHAPTER.

PLANT GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT Increase in the size of living organisms is commonly called ‘growth’. Many physiological processes play an important role during growth of plants and animals. In plants seed germinates and develops into a File Size: KB.

This book takes the reader from basic concepts to the most up-to-date thinking on these topics. * Provides clear synthesis and review of hormonal and environmental regulation of plant growth and development * Contains more than illustrations supplementary information on techniques and/or related topics of interestReviews: 2.

Development pathways are controlled by networks of interacting genes 4. Development is regulated by cell-to-cell signaling. Ligand- small proteins, CHO Hormone signaling Class will emphasis light and hormonal cues on plant growth and development.

Will not focus on embryogenesis or cell fate determination or patterning. [ch. 16]. Stomatal cell fate and patterning, which are regulated by key transcriptional factors and intercellular communications, are critical for plant growth and survival.

The known regulators of stomatal development do not appear to have microRNAs (miRNAs) regulating them. Thus, it remains elusive as to whether and how miRNAs are involved in stomatal : Jiali Zhu, Ji-Hwan Park, Seulbee Lee, Jae Ho Lee, Daehee Hwang, June M.

Kwak, Yun Ju Kim. Five categories of hormones control plant growth and development: Auxins stimulate the elongation of cells in the plant stem and phototropism (the growth of plants toward light). If a plant receives equal light on all sides, its stem grows straight.

If light is uneven, then. Phototropism, plant growth towards or away from light, and photoperiodism, regulation of flowering and other developmental transitions by day/night length.

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Light and cytokinin cause in part similar effects on plant growth and development. Miller () showed that, similar to red light, cytokinin induces expansion of leaf discs and elongation of epicotyl segments in etiolated Phaseolus vulgaris seedlings, and induces germination in light-sensitive Lactuca sativa seeds.

Particularly well studied is Cited by:   Geometric growth pattern in plants: Plant growth and regulation Simple tricks to learn the basics of Light Reactions of photosynthesis:PS-1 & PS Plant Growth & Development.

Plants require light, water, oxygen, minerals and other nutrients for their growth and development. Apart from these external requirements, plants also depend on certain organic compounds to signal, regulate and control the growth of plants.Journal of Plant Growth Regulation.

All Volumes & Issues. Vol Issue 4, December Compatibility of Inherent Fungal Endophytes of Withania somnifera with Trichoderma viride and its Impact on Plant Growth and Withanolide Content.

Springer for Research & Development.Among all environmental cues, the light seems to be the stand out factor influencing plant growth and development. During the course of evolution, plants have developed well-equipped signaling system that enables regulation of both quantitative and qualitative differences in the amount of perceived by: 7.