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2019-02-04

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Nick Pullen, Naichao Zhang, Albor Dobon Alonso, Steven Penfield

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Plants modulate their growth rate according to seasonal and environmental cues using a suite of growth repressors known to interact directly with cellular machinery controlling cell division and growth. Mutants lacking growth repressors show increased growth rates1,2, but the mechanism by which these plants ensure source availability for faster growth is unclear. Here, we undertake a comprehensive analysis of the fast-growth phenotype of a quintuple growth-repressor mutant, using a combination of theoretical and experimental approaches to understand the physiological basis of source-sink coordination. Our results show that, in addition to the control of tissue growth rates, growth repressors also affect tissue composition and leaf thickness, modulating the efficiency of production of new photosynthetic capacity. Modelling suggests that increases in growth efficiency underlie growth-rate differences between the wild type and spatula della growth-repressor mutant, with spatula della requiring less carbon to synthesize a comparable photosynthetic capability to the wild type, and fixing more carbon per unit mass. We conclude that through control of leaf development, growth repressors regulate both source availability and sink strength to achieve growth-rate variation without risking a carbon deficit. More... »

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Nature Plants

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