Canonical strigolactones are not the major determinant of tillering but important rhizospheric signals in rice

Shinsaku Ito, Justine Braguy, Jian You Wang, Akiyoshi Yoda, Valentina Fiorilli, Ikuo Takahashi, Muhammad Jamil, Abrar Felemban, Sho Miyazaki, Teresa Mazzarella, Guan Ting Erica Chen, Akihisa Shinozawa, Aparna Balakrishna, Lamis Berqdar, Chakravarty Rajan, Shawkat Ali, Imran Haider, Yasuyuki Sasaki, Shunsuke Yajima, Kohki AkiyamaLuisa Lanfranco, Matias D. Zurbriggen, Takahito Nomura*, Tadao Asami*, Salim Al-Babili*

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