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Title: Seasonal control of tuberization in potato: Conserved Elements with the Flowering Response
Authors: Rodriguez-Falcon, M.
Bou, J.
Prat, S.
Keywords: day length; gibberellin; tuberization transition; stolon meristem
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Annual Reviews
Citation: Annual Review of Plant Biology Vol. 57: 151-180
Abstract: Fluctuations in day length determine the time to flower in many plants and in potato are critical to promote differentiation of tubers. Day length is perceived in the leaves and under inductive conditions these synthesize a systemic signal that is transported to the underground stolons to induce tuber development. Flowering tobacco shoots grafted into potato stocks promote tuberization in the stocks, indicating that the floral and tuber-inducing signals might be similar. We describe recent progress in the identification of the molecular mechanisms underlying day-length recognition in potato. Evidence has been obtained for a conserved function of the potato orthologs of the CONSTANS (CO) and FLOWERING LOCUS T (FT) proteins in tuberization control under short days (SDs). These observations indicate that common regulatory pathways are involved in both flowering and tuberization photoperiodic responses in plants.
Description: Instituto de Biología Vegetal y Biotecnología, Universidad de Talca, Talca, Chile
URI: http://dspace.utalca.cl/handle/1950/4136
ISSN: 1040-2519
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