Liu, Junli and Lindsey, Keith and Hussey, Patrick J. (2014) 'Elucidating the regulation of complex signalling systems in plant cells.', Biochemical Society transactions., 42 (1). pp. 219-223.
The pollen tube represents a model system for the study of tip growth, and the root provides a valuable system to study gene and signalling networks in plants. In the present article, using the two systems as examples, we discuss how to elucidate the regulation of complex signalling systems in plant cells. First, we discuss how hormones and related genes in plant root development form a complex interacting network, and their activities are interdependent. Therefore their roles in root development must be analysed as an integrated system, and elucidation of the regulation of each component requires the adaptation of a novel modelling methodology: regulation analysis. Secondly, hydrodynamics, cell wall and ion dynamics are all important properties that regulate plant cell growth. We discuss how regulation analysis can be applied to study the regulation of hydrodynamics, cell wall and ion dynamics, using pollen tube growth as a model system. Finally, we discuss future prospects for elucidating the regulation of complex signalling systems in plant cells.
|Keywords:||Coupling of hydrodynamics, Cell wall and ion dynamics, Hormonal cross-talk, Pollen tube growth, Regulation analysis, Regulation coefficient, Root development.|
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|Publisher Web site:||http://dx.doi.org/10.1042/BST20130090|
|Publisher statement:||This research was originally published in Biochemical Society Transactions. Junli Liu, Keith Lindsey and Patrick J. Hussey, Elucidating the regulation of complex signalling systems in plant cells. Biochemical Society Transactions. 2014; 42: 219-223 © Biochemical Society|
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|Date deposited:||23 September 2014|
|Date of first online publication:||01 February 2014|
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