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Polar Auxin Transport Determines Adventitious Root Emergence and Growth in Rice

Polar Auxin Transport Determines Adventitious Root Emergence and Growth in Rice

Flooding is a severe limitation for crop production worldwide. Unlike other crop plants, rice (Oryza sativa L.) is well adapted to partial submergence rendering it a suitable crop plant to understand flooding tolerance. Formation of adventitious roots (ARs), that support or replace the main root system, is a characteristic response to flooding. In rice, AR emergence is induced by ethylene and in the dark where roots grow upward. We used the...

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