Long-distance Signaling Via The bps Signal Communicates Drought
Leslie Sieburth, University of Utah
December 3, 2018 @ 01:10 pm to 02:15 pm
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.