Gravitropic nature of root

Abidur rahman rupam at scitec.kobe-u.ac.jp
Tue Mar 7 04:12:54 EST 2000


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I am interested about the gravitropic response of <i>Arabidopsis</i> roots
and the involvement of Auxin and ethylene in this process. The Arabidopsis
auxin resistant mutants <i>aux1\,axr1,axr2,axr3,axr4&amp;dwf&nbsp;</i>
showed a defect in root gravitropic response. Recently two auxin resistant
mutants <i>tir1-1</i>and <i>ask1-1</i> have been reported (Genes &amp;
Development 12:198-207 &amp; 13:1678-4691). Could anybody tell me anything
about the gravitropic nature of the root of these two mutants?
<p>Thanks in anticipation.
<p>ABIDUR RAHMAN
<br>GRAD.SCHOOL OF SCIENCE &amp; TECHNOLOGY
<br>KOBE UNIVERSITY
<br>KOBE-JAPAN</html>

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