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Goldacre paper: Localised and non-localised promotion of fruit development by seeds inArabidopsis
Functional Plant Biology
In Arabidopsis, as in the majority of flowering plants, developing seeds promote fruit growth. One method to investigate this interaction is to use plants with reduced seed set and determine the effect on fruit growth. Plants homozygous for a transgene designed to ectopically express a gene encoding a gibberellin-deactivating enzyme exhibit reduced pollen tube elongation, suggesting that the plant hormone gibberellin is required for this process. Reduced pollen tube growth causes reduced seeddoi:10.1071/fp05136 pmid:32689210 fatcat:tq2kpqguyfgy7mg7bvq3elgenu