Exploring the role of temperature regulated alternative splicing in flowering time and morphogenesis

Giovanna Capovilla
The regulation of gene expression is a complex, multifaceted molecular process that controls development, growth and environmental adaptation. At its core, gene expression is regulated at the level of transcription, however, post-transcriptional mechanisms such as alternative pre-mRNA splicing contribute to its fine-tuning. While initially believed to be rare in plants, an increasing number of examples have demonstrated the importance of alternative splicing in diverse processes, including the context of flowering time control. Plant reproductive success...
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