Seedling Growth-3 (Seedling Growth-3) - 06.01.17

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Seedling Growth-3 is the third part of the Seedling Growth Experiment series, using the plant Arabidopsis thaliana to investigate the effects of gravity on the cellular signaling mechanisms of light sensing in plants (phototropism), and to investigate cell growth and proliferation responses to light stimulation under microgravity conditions. The investigation also seeks to determine:  (1) the red light effect on blue-light-based phototropism and its effects, (2) the alterations in red-light-based phototropism of plants defective in essential components of auxin transport or lacking essential factors of cell growth and proliferation, and (3) the effects of a red light photostimulation on cell growth and proliferation under conditions of gravitational stress.
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Experiment Details

OpNom: Seedling Growth-X

Principal Investigator(s)
Francisco-Javier Medina, Centro de Investigaciones Bioligicas, Madrid, Spain

Co-Investigator(s)/Collaborator(s)
John Z. Kiss, Ph.D., University of North Carolina - Greensboro, NC, United States
Richard E. Edelmann, Ph.D., Miami University, Oxford, OH, United States
E. Camero-Diaz, France
Elodie Boucheron-Dubuisson, Ph.D., Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France
Julio Saez-Vasquez, CNRS-IRD-Université Perpignan via Domitia, Perpignan, France
Raúl Herranz, Ph.D., Centro de Investigaciones Bioligicas, Madrid, Spain

Developer(s)
European Space Agency (ESA), Noordwijk, Netherlands

Sponsoring Space Agency
European Space Agency (ESA)

Sponsoring Organization
Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate (HEOMD)

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ISS Expedition Duration
April 2017 - September 2017

Expeditions Assigned
51/52

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