In Arabidopsis thaliana plants, the Receptor Like Kinase (RLK) and S-locus Cysteine Rich Like (SCRL) genes encode proteins proposed to initiate various signal transduction pathways regulating important plant processes such as development, reproduction and defense. To ascertain if this is so and to characterize the function of targeted RLK and SCRL proteins, CRISPR constructs were generated to “knockout” the corresponding RLK and SCRL genes.

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