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Reduced phototropism in pks mutants may be due to altered auxin-regulated gene expression or reduced lateral auxin transport

Reduced phototropism in pks mutants may be due to altered auxin-regulated gene expression or reduced lateral auxin transport

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KAMI, Chitose, Laure ALLENBACH, Melina ZOURELIDOU, Karin LJUNG, Frédéric SCHÜTZ, Erika ISONO, Masaaki K. WATAHIKI, Kotaro T. YAMAMOTO, Claus SCHWECHHEIMER, Christian FANKHAUSER, 2014. Reduced phototropism in pks mutants may be due to altered auxin-regulated gene expression or reduced lateral auxin transport. In: The Plant Journal. 77(3), pp. 393-403. ISSN 0960-7412. eISSN 1365-313X

@article{Kami2014-02Reduc-37984, title={Reduced phototropism in pks mutants may be due to altered auxin-regulated gene expression or reduced lateral auxin transport}, year={2014}, doi={10.1111/tpj.12395}, number={3}, volume={77}, issn={0960-7412}, journal={The Plant Journal}, pages={393--403}, author={Kami, Chitose and Allenbach, Laure and Zourelidou, Melina and Ljung, Karin and Schütz, Frédéric and Isono, Erika and Watahiki, Masaaki K. and Yamamoto, Kotaro T. and Schwechheimer, Claus and Fankhauser, Christian} }

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