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A key regulator of cell division in all eukaryotes is the kinase Aurora B, which is encoded by the Aurora 3 (AUR3) gene in Arabidopsis. Aurora B has at least two central functions during cell division. On the one hand, it is essential for the correct, i.e. balanced, segregation of chromosomes in mitosis and meiosis by controlling kinetochore function. On the other hand, Aurora B acts at the division plane, where it is necessary to complete cytokinesis. To accomplish these two spatially distinctdoi:10.1101/2020.03.19.998880 fatcat:gf3pmxihafcadazlvcj3hppm34