PLANT PHYSIOLOGY

Exocyst SEC3 and phosphoinositides define sites of exocytosis in pollen tube initiation and growth

Bloch D., Pleskot R., Pejchar P., Potocký M., Trpkošová P., Cwiklik L., Vukašinović N., Sternberg H., Yalovsky S., Žárský V.
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 172 (2) : 980-1002 , 2016
Keywords: Arabidopsis, exocyst, phosphoinositides, pollen tube, tip growth, tobacco

Brassinosteroid biosynthesis is modulated via a transcription factor cascade of COG1, PIF4 and PIF5

Wei Y., Zuan T., Tarkowská D., Kim J., Nam H.G., Novák O., He K., Gou X., Li J.
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 174 : 1260-1273 , 2017
Keywords: Brassinosteroid, COG1, PIF4, PIF5, BR homeostasis, hypocotyl elongation, DWF4, BR6ox2

Analysis of exocyst subunit EXO70 family reveals distinct membrane domains in tobacco pollen tubes

Sekereš J., Pejchar P., Šantrůček J., Vukasinović N., Žárský V., Potocký M.
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 173(3) : 1659-1675 , 2017
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cis-Cinnamic acid is a novel, natural auxin efflux inhibitor that promotes lateral root formation

Steenackers WJ., Klíma P., Quareshy M., Cesarino I., Kumpf RP., Corneillie S., Araújo P., Viaene T., Goeminne G., Nowack MK., Ljung K., Friml J., Blakeslee JJ., Novák O., Zažímalová E., Napier RM., Boerjan WA., Vanholme B.
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 173 : 552-565 , 2017
Keywords: plant hormones,auxin,lignin biosynthesis,root development,secondary metabolism,phenylpropanoids,phenolics,transport

The allelochemical MDCA inhibits lignification and affects auxin homeostasis

Steenackers WJ., Cesarino I., Klíma P., Quareshy M., Vanholme R., Corneillie S., Kumpf R. P., Van de Wouwer D., Ljung K., Goeminne G., Novák O., Zažímalová E., Napier R., Boerjan W., Vanholme B.
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 172 : 874–888 , 2016
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Exocyst SEC3 and phosphoinositides define sites of exocytosis in pollen tube initiation and growth

Bloch D.*, Pleskot R.*, Pejchar P.*, Potocký M., Trpkošová P., Cwiklik L., Vukašinović N., Sternberg H., Yalovsky S.‡, Žárský V.‡ *These authors contributed equally to this work ‡Corresponding authors
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 172 (2) : 980-1002 , 2016
Keywords: Arabidopsis, exocyst, phosphoinositides, pollen tube, tip growth, tobacco

Putative O-linked N-acetylglucosamine transferase SPINDLY inhibits class I TCP proteolysis to promote sensitivity to cytokinin

Steiner E., Livne S., Kobinson-Katz T., Tal L., Pri-Tal O., Mosquna A., Tarkowská D., Mueller B., Tarkowski P., Weiss D.
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 171 : 1485-1494 , 2016
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Do phytotropins inhibit auxin efflux by impairing vesicle traffic?

Petrášek, J., Černá, A., Schwarzerová, K., Elčkner, M., Morris, D.A., and Zažímalová, E.
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 131 : 254-263 , 2003
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Proteome Analysis in Arabidopsis Reveals Shoot- and Root-Specific Targets of Cytokinin Action and Differential Regulation of Hormonal Homeostasis.

Žďárská M., Zatloukalová P., Benítez M., Šedo O., Potěšil D., Novák O., Svačinová J. Pešek B., Malbeck J., Vašíčková J., Zdráhal Z., Hejátko J.
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 161 : 918-930 , 2013
Keywords: abscisic-acid, cis-zeatin, meristem activity, auxin efflux, endoplasmic-reticulum, transcription factor, thaliana seedlings, 26s proteasome, acs protein, ethylene

Activity of the Brassinosteroid Transcription Factors BZR1 and BES1/BZR2 Blocks Developmental Reprogramming in Response to Low Phosphate Availability

Singh A.P., Fridman Y., Friedlander-Shani L., Tarkowska D., Strnad M., Savaldi-Goldstein S.
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY http:/​/​dx.​doi.​org/​10.​1104/​pp.​114.​245019 : , 2014
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