The IBR5 phosphatase promotes Arabidopsis auxin responses through a novel mechanism distinct from TIR1-mediated repressor degradation-9

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Ings to medium supplemented with either 0 (ethanol control) or 10 μM IBA. Primordia emerged from the main root were counted as lateral roots. Error bars represent standard errors of the means (≥ 14). had significantly fewer lateral roots in response to IBA than either or (≤ 0.001 in two-tailed -tests assuming unequal variance). (B) Lengths of hypocotyls were measured 4 days after transfer of 1-day-old seedlings to the dark. Error bars represent standard errors of the means (= 20). hypocotyls were significantly longer than and hypocotyls on 20 or 40 μM IBA (≤ 0.0001 in two-tailed -tests assuming unequal variance). hypocotyls were significantly longer than and on 20 (≤ 0.01) or 40 μM IBA (≤ 0.001) in two-tailed -tests assuming unequal variance. (C) Length of primary roots 4 days after transfer of 4-day-old seedlings to medium supplemented with either 0 (ethanol control) or 10 μM ABA. roots were significantly longer than and roots on ABA (≤ 0.001) in two-tailed -tests assuming unequal variance. roots were significantly longer than and roots following control (≤ 0.001) or ABA (≤ 0.01) treatments in two-tailed -tests assuming unequal variance. Error bars represent standard errors of the means (≥ 14).<p><b>Copyright information:</b></p><p>Taken from "The IBR5 phosphatase promotes Arabidopsis auxin responses through a novel mechanism distinct from TIR1-mediated repressor degradation"</p><p>http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2229/8/41</p><p>BMC Plant Biology 2008;8():41-41.</p><p>Published online 18 Apr 2008</p><p>PMCID:PMC2374786.</p><p></p

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