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Browsing by Author "Sakakibara, Hitoshi"

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  • Yamaguchi, Nobutoshi; Huang, Jiangbo; Tatsumi, Yoshitaka; Abe, Masato; Sugano, Shigeo S.; Kojima, Mikiko; Takebayashi, Yumiko; Kiba, Takatoshi; Yokoyama, Ryusuke; Nishitani, Kazuhiko; Sakakibara, Hitoshi; Ito, Toshiro (Springer Nature, 2018-12-11)
    In flowering plants, the switch from floral stem cell maintenance to gynoecium (female structure) formation is a critical developmental transition for reproductive success. In Arabidopsis thaliana, AGAMOUS (AG) terminates ...
  • Aki, Shiori; Mikami, Tatsuya; Naramoto, Satoshi; Nishihama, Ryuichi; Ishizaki, Kimitsune; Kojima, Mikiko; Takebayashi, Yumiko; Sakakibara, Hitoshi; Kyozuka, Junko; Kohchi, Takayuki; Umeda, Masaaki (Oxford University Press, 2019-05-28)
    Cytokinins are known to regulate various physiological events in plants. Cytokinin signaling is mediated by the phosphorelay system, one of the most ancient mechanisms controlling hormonal pathways in plants. The liverwort ...
  • Ariga, Hirotaka; Katori, Taku; Tsuchimatsu, Takashi; Hirase, Taishi; Tajima, Yuri; Parker, Jane E; Alcazar, Ruben; Koornneef, Maarten; Hoekenga, Owen; Lipka, Alexander E.; Gore, Michael A.; Sakakibara, Hitoshi; Kojima, Mikiko; Kobayashi, Yuriko; Iuchi, Satoshi; Kobayashi, Masatomo; Shinozaki, Kazuo; Sakata, Yoichi; Hayashi, Takahisa; Saijo, Yusuke; Taji, Teruaki (2017-05-26)
    Osmotic stress caused by drought, salt or cold decreases plant fitness. Acquired stress tolerance defines the ability of plants to withstand stress following an initial exposure. We found previously that acquired osmotolerance ...
  • Xu, Yifeng; Prunet, Nathanael; Gan, Eng‐Seng; Wang, Yanbin; Stewart, Darragh; Wellmer, Frank; Huang, Jiangbo; Yamaguchi, Nobutoshi; Tatsumi, Yoshitaka; Kojima, Mikiko; Kiba, Takatoshi; Sakakibara, Hitoshi; Jack, Thomas P; Meyerowitz, Elliot M; Ito, Toshiro (EMBO, 2018-05-15)
    Proper floral patterning, including the number and position of floral organs in most plant species, is tightly controlled by the precise regulation of the persistence and size of floral meristems (FMs). In Arabidopsis, two ...