Plant biology: In their neighbour's shadow

J. Friml, M. Sauer, Nature 453 (2008) 298–299.

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They can't move away from shade, so plants resort to a molecular solution to find a place in the sun. The action they take is quite radical, and involves a reprogramming of their development.
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2008-05-15
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Nature
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453
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7193
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298 - 299
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Friml J, Sauer M. Plant biology: In their neighbour’s shadow. Nature. 2008;453(7193):298-299. doi:10.1038/453298a
Friml, J., & Sauer, M. (2008). Plant biology: In their neighbour’s shadow. Nature, 453(7193), 298–299. https://doi.org/10.1038/453298a
Friml, Jirí, and Michael Sauer. “Plant Biology: In Their Neighbour’s Shadow.” Nature 453, no. 7193 (2008): 298–99. https://doi.org/10.1038/453298a.
J. Friml and M. Sauer, “Plant biology: In their neighbour’s shadow,” Nature, vol. 453, no. 7193, pp. 298–299, 2008.
Friml J, Sauer M. 2008. Plant biology: In their neighbour’s shadow. Nature. 453(7193), 298–299.
Friml, Jirí, and Michael Sauer. “Plant Biology: In Their Neighbour’s Shadow.” Nature, vol. 453, no. 7193, Nature Publishing Group, 2008, pp. 298–99, doi:10.1038/453298a.

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