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Evolution of Plant Hormone Response Pathways

AuthorsBlázquez, Miguel Ángel ; Nelson, D.C.; Weijers, D.
Issue Date2020
CitationAnnual Review of Plant Biology 71: 327- 353 (2020)
AbstractThis review focuses on the evolution of plant hormone signaling pathways. Like the chemical nature of the hormones themselves, the signaling pathways are diverse. Therefore, we focus on a group of hormones whose primary perception mechanism involves an Skp1/Cullin/F-box-type ubiquitin ligase: auxin, jasmonic acid, gibberellic acid, and strigolactone. We begin with a comparison of the core signaling pathways of these four hormones, which have been established through studies conducted in model organisms in the Angiosperms. With the advent of next-generation sequencing and advanced tools for genetic manipulation, the door to understanding the origins of hormone signaling mechanisms in plants beyond these few model systems has opened. For example, in-depth phylogenetic analyses of hormone signaling components are now being complemented by genetic studies in early diverging land plants. Here we discuss recent investigations of how basal land plants make and sense hormones. Finally, we propose connections between the emergence of hormone signaling complexity and major developmental transitions in plant evolution.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1146/annurev-arplant-050718-100309
Identifiersissn: 1545-2123
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