Recent advances in brassinosteroid molecular genetics

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The importance of brassinosteroids (BRs, a specific class of ecdysone-like plant steroids) as essential endogenous regulators of growth and development is demonstrated through a growing number of well characterised Arabidopsis, pea, and tomato mutants deficient in BR biosynthesis or BR response. Thus, a rapid advancement in understanding the molecular genetics of BR biosynthesis and mode of action can be witnessed, which will be further enhanced through the availability of a set of extremely valuable molecular tools for the analysis of the biological function of BRs. © Current Biology Ltd.

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Altmann, T. (1998). Recent advances in brassinosteroid molecular genetics. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 1(5), 378–383. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1369-5266(98)80259-8

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