Cellular Communication in Plants by Alan M Jones (auth.), Richard M. Amasino (eds.)

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In RP Pharis, SB Rood, eds, Plant Growth Substances. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp 537-546 19. Richmond AE, Lang A (1957) Effect of kinetin on protein content and survival of detached Xanthium leaves. Science 125: 650-651 20. Russell DW, Davidson H (1982) Regulation of cytosolic HMG-CoA reductase activity in pea seedlings: contrasting responses to different hormones, and hormone-product interaction, suggest hormonal modulation of activity. Biochem Biophys Res Comm 104: 1537-1543 44 MOLECULAR GENETIC APPROACHES TO ELUCIDATING THE ROLE OF HORMONES IN PLANT DEVELOPMENT Harry Klee and Charles Romano Monsanto Company 700 Chesterfield Village Parkway Chesterfield, MO 63198 INTRODUCTION Physiological studies conducted over the last half century have established a role for hormones in virtually every aspect of plant development.

It is known, for example, that the anthocyanin pathway includes a common set of structural genes that are active in diverse plant tissues at many different times in the plant life cycle. , 1991). In addition to Vpl two other regulatory genes, Cl andRl, are required for activation of the anthocyanin pathway in the seed. Unlike vpl, the c1 and r1 mutants affect only anthocyanin pigmentation. The Cl and Rl genes encode transcription factors with sequence homology to the myb and myc proteins in animals, respectively.

McCarty, D. R and C. B. Carson. 1990. The molecular genetics of seed maturation in maize. Physiol Plant. 81: 267-272. McCarty, D. R, T. Hattori, C. B. Carson, V. Vasil and I. K. Vasil. 1991. The viviparous-l developmental gene of maize encodes a novel transcriptional activator. Cell 66: 895-905. , K. -H. Chua. 1990. Nuclear proteins bind conserved elements in the abscisic acid responsive promoter of a rice rab gene. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA. 87:406-410. Neill, S. , R Horgan and A. D. Parry. 1986.

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