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Researchers modify yeast to show how plants respond to a key hormone

(University of Washington) Researchers at the University of Washington have developed a novel toolkit based on modified yeast cells to tease out how plant genes and proteins respond to auxin, the most ubiquitous plant hormone.
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You read that right. Plants have hormones.

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