The Regulation of Soluble Sugars in the Growth and Development of Plants

作者: 王嘉佳 , 唐中华 :东北林业大学森林植物生态学教育部重点实验室,哈尔滨;

关键词: 可溶性糖生长发育调控东北林业大学森林植物生态学教育部重点实验室哈尔滨



Abstract: Soluble sugars, such as glucose and sucrose, play an important role in the cycle of plant life. They not only provide energy and mid-metabolites, but also act as signals, regulating the growth and development of plant. When regulating the plant, sugars with other signals such as hormone constitute complex transduction web. In this paper, we illuminate the regulation of soluble sugars in the development and growth of plant, and the interaction of soluble sugars and phytohormones, and environment factors.

文章引用: 王嘉佳 , 唐中华 (2014) 可溶性糖对植物生长发育调控作用的研究进展。 植物学研究, 3, 71-76. doi: 10.12677/BR.2014.33011


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