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Plant biology

Time for growth

Analyses of growth kinetics in seedlings reveal exquisite connections between the signalling pathways controlled by the circadian clock and by light, and illuminate the molecular mechanisms involved.

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Figure 1: From physiological observation to molecular mechanism.

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Breton, G., Kay, S. Time for growth. Nature 448, 265–266 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1038/448265a

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