Date: 17 Jul 2013

Analysis of Cell Division and Cell Elongation in the Hypocotyls of Arabidopsis Heterotrimeric G Protein Mutants

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Abstract

The heterotrimeric G-proteins form classical signal transduction complexes conserved in all eukaryotes. The repertoire of G-protein signaling complex is much simpler in plants than in metazoans. One of the best understood functions for the plant G-protein complex is its modulation of cell proliferation. A method is described here to quantify cell division and cell elongation in the Arabidopsis heterotrimeric G-protein mutants using the hypocotyl as a model system.