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    • Approaches to study light effects on brassinosteroid sensitivity 

      Paulišic, Sandi; Molina Contreras, Maria José; Roig Villanova, Irma; Martínez García, Jaime Francisco (Springer, 2017-01-26)
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      Light perception and hormone signaling in plants are likely connected at multiple points. Light conditions, perceived by photoreceptors, control plant responses by altering hormone concentration, tissue sensitivity, or a ...
    • Light signaling: back to space 

      Roig Villanova, Irma; Bou Torrent, Jordi; Martínez García, Jaime Francisco (2008)
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      Recent work has increased our understanding of the molecular and cellular mechanisms of the phytochrome family of photoreceptors in controlling plant photomorphogenesis. However, the importance of long-distance communication ...
    • PAR1 and PAR2 integrate shade and hormone transcriptional networks 

      Bou Torrent, Jordi; Roig Villanova, Irma; Galstyan, Anahit; Martínez García, Jaime Francisco (2008)
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      PHYTOCHROME RAPIDLY REGULATED1 (PAR1) and PAR2 are two negative regulators of shade avoidance syndrome (SAS) responses in Arabidopsis. PAR1 and PAR2 belong to the bHLH family of transcription factors and act as direct ...
    • Photoreceptor activity contributes to contrasting responses to shade in cardamine and arabidopsis seedlings 

      Molina Contreras, Maria José; Paulišic, Sandi; Then, Christiane; Moreno Romero, Jordi; Pastor Andreu, Pedro; Morelli, Luca; Roig Villanova, Irma; Jenkins, Huw; Hallab, Asis; Gan, Xiangchao; Gómez Cadenas, Aurelio; Tsiantis, Miltos; Rodríguez Concepción, Manuel; Martínez García, Jaime Francisco (American Society of Plant Biologists, 2019-09-17)
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      Plants have evolved two major ways to deal with nearby vegetation or shade: avoidance and tolerance. Moreover, someplants respond to shade in different ways; for example, Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana) undergoes an ...
    • Plant responses to vegetation proximity: a whole life avoiding shade 

      Roig Villanova, Irma; Martínez García, Jaime Francisco (2016-02-27)
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      In high density of vegetation, plants detect neighbors by perceiving changes in light quality through phytochrome photoreceptors. Close vegetation proximity might result in competition for resources, such as light. To face ...
    • Shade avoidance and neighbor detection 

      Roig Villanova, Irma; Paulišic, Sandi; Martínez García, Jaime Francisco (Springer, 2019)
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      Plants detect neighboring vegetation as potential competitors for resources. Vegetation proximity is perceived by changes in the red (R) to far-red (FR) ratio (R:FR) through the phytochrome photorecep-tors. To face this ...