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DELLA proteins restrict cell divisions by distinct mechanisms

by Jens Sundström Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences Breeding cereal crops with reduced stem length, in so-called semi-dwarf varieties, greatly contributed to yield increases associated with the green revolution. However, the semi-dwarf genotype was also associated with reduced inflorescence size. … Continue reading

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Does gibberellin regulate the trade-off between flowering and runnering in strawberry?

by Timo Hytönen Department of Agricultural Sciences, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland Strawberry is one of the most economically-important berry crops in the world. It is a rosette plant that reproduces both generatively and vegetatively through stolons called runners. There is … Continue reading

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