Growth Hormone CYTOKININ Course: BOT 331Plant Physiology March 11, 2009 Pankaj Jaiswal Oregon State University Corvallis, OR 1 Suppresses growth of root by reducing cell size and cell division Regulates Cell Cycle
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Course: BOT 331Plant Physiology
March 11, 2009
Oregon State University
Regulates the cell cycle/cell division (therefore, the name "cytokinins) – especially by controlling the transition from G2 phase of mitosis.
This effect is moderated by cyclin-dependent protein kinases (CDK's) and their subunits, cyclins.
Current Biology, Volume 17, Issue 9, R321-R323, 1 May 2007
Science DOI: 10.1126/science.1113373
WUSCHEL controls meristem function by direct regulation of cytokinin-inducible response regulators
Nature 445, 652-655(8 February 2007)