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Advanced transcriptome sequencing has revealed that the majority of eukaryotic genes undergo alternative splicing (AS). Nonetheless, limited effort has been dedicated to investigating the functional relevance of particular splicing events, even those in the key developmental and hormonal regulators. Here we reveal, in the plant model Arabidopsis thaliana, that the PIN7 gene, which encodes a polarly localized transporter for the phytohormone auxin, produces two evolutionarily conserveddoi:10.1101/2020.05.02.074070 fatcat:kbmgqwypirf5djseci4b5vbisy