Unraveling the molecular mechanisms underlying high ambient temperature acclimation in plants using the novel growth regulator Heatin

Unraveling the molecular mechanisms underlying high

Unraveling the molecular mechanisms underlying high ambient temperature acclimation in plants using the novel growth regulator Heatin.

Unraveling the molecular mechanisms underlying high

Plants respond to high ambient temperatures by several architectural adaptations, collectively called the High Temperature Acclimation Response (HTAR). Despite the important societal and economic impact of these adaptations, the molecular mechanisms underlying HTAR and thermosensing are hardly understood.

Unraveling the molecular mechanisms underlying high

Unraveling the molecular mechanisms underlying high ambient temperature acclimation in plants using the novel growth regulator Heatin.

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important societal and economic impact of these adaptations, the molecular mechanisms underlying HTAR and thermosensing are hardly understood. I have identified a novel growth regulator that enhances HTAR using a chemical genetics screen. This novel growth regulator, named Heatin, does not affect plant growth under control temperatures.

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Higher plants adapt their growth to high temperature by a dramatic change in plant architecture. It has been shown that the transcriptional regulator phytochrome-interacting factor 4 (PIF4) and the phytohormone auxin are involved in the regulation of high temperature-induced hypocotyl elongation in Arabidopsis.

High temperature acclimation through PIF4 signaling

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Ambient temperature affects plant growth and even minor changes can substantially impact crop yields. The underlying mechanisms of temperature perception and response are just beginning to emerge.

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