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Antisense Expression of an Arabidopsis Ran Binding Protein Renders Transgenic Roots Hypersensitive to Auxin and Alters Auxin-Induced Root Growth and Development by Arresting Mitotic Progress
The Plant Cell
We cloned a cDNA encoding an Arabidopsis Ran binding protein, AtRanBP1c, and generated transgenic Arabidopsis expressing the antisense strand of the AtRanBP1c gene to understand the in vivo functions of the Ran/RanBP signal pathway. The transgenic plants showed enhanced primary root growth but suppressed growth of lateral roots. Auxin significantly increased lateral root initiation and inhibited primary root growth in the transformants at 10 pM, several orders of magnitude lower than requireddoi:10.1105/tpc.13.12.2619 pmid:11752376 fatcat:dmihnxmmyva63nifxkk4svvame