Relationships between jasmonates and auxin in regulation of some physiological processes in higher plants
Authors: Saniewski, Marian; Ueda, Junichi; Miyamoto, Kensuke
Source: Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, Volume 24, Number 2, June 2002 , pp. 211-220(10)
Abstract:Growth and development of plants are regulated by interactions among different plant growth substances. During stress conditions, both abiotic and biotic, interaction of the some hormones activates defense responses. The present review describes the interaction between jasmonates and auxin in regulation of some physiological processes in plant growth and development. Some jasmonate-induced processes reduced by auxins and some auxin stimulated physiological processes inhibited by jasmonates are the focus of this review. Therefore, the following physiological processes are described: stem cell growth, abscission, secondary abscission zone formation, tendril coiling, opening of the pulvinules in Mimosa pudica, wounding and induced gene expression, nicotine biosynthesis and auxin biosynthesis in Brassicaceae.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 2002