Long-distance Signaling Via The bps Signal Communicates Drought

Plant Biology

Leslie Sieburth, University of Utah

December 3, 2018 @ 01:10 pm to 02:15 pm

108 Wartik
University Park

My research is at the intersection between genetics, cell biology, signaling, gene expression, and developmental biology. One major project centers around the bypass1 (bps1) mutant, which causes over-production of a signaling molecule that moves from the root, and inhibits shoot growth. The other project focuses on how developmental signals affect mRNA stability.

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