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Journal: Development
Development (2011) 138 (15): 3189–3198.
Published: 1 August 2011
... developmental transition that significantly affects the reproductive success of flowering plants. In Arabidopsis , this transition is in large part controlled by the meristem identity regulator LEAFY (LFY). The molecular mechanisms by which LFY orchestrates a precise and robust switch to flower formation...
Includes: Supplementary data
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Journal: Development
Development (2008) 135 (7): 1235–1245.
Published: 1 April 2008
...Eunyoung Chae; Queenie K.-G. Tan; Theresa A. Hill; Vivian F. Irish Plants flower in response to both environmental and endogenous signals. The Arabidopsis LEAFY (LFY) transcription factor is crucial in integrating these signals, and acts in part by activating the expression of multiple floral...
Includes: Supplementary data
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Journal: Development
Development (2005) 132 (9): 2203–2213.
Published: 1 May 2005
... organs where they repress the transcription not only of class 1 knox genes but also of JAG . We also show that the BOP genes are acting together with the flower meristem identity gene LEAFY in the suppression of bract formation. These findings show that the BOP genes are important regulators...
Includes: Supplementary data
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Journal: Development
Development (2003) 130 (16): 3735–3745.
Published: 15 August 2003
...Xuelin Wu; José R. Dinneny; Katrina M. Crawford; Yoon Rhee; Vitaly Citovsky; Patricia C. Zambryski; Detlef Weigel A recent and intriguing discovery in plant biology has been that some transcription factors can move between cells. In Arabidopsis thaliana , the floral identity protein LEAFY has...
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Journal: Development
Development (2002) 129 (9): 2079–2086.
Published: 1 May 2002
... we show that the floral meristem identity genes LEAFY ( LFY ) and APETALA1 ( AP1 ) are required for the activation of AP3 . The LFY transcription factor binds to a sequence, with dyad symmetry, that lies within a region of the AP3 promoter required for early expression of AP3 . Mutation...
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Journal: Development
Development (2001) 128 (14): 2735–2746.
Published: 15 July 2001
...Dazhong Zhao; Qilu Yu; Min Chen; Hong Ma The Arabidopsis floral regulatory genes APETALA3 ( AP3 ) and PISTILLATA ( PI ) are required for the B function according to the ABC model for floral organ identity. AP3 and PI expression are positively regulated by the LEAFY ( LFY ) and UNUSUAL FLORAL ORGANS...
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Journal: Development
Development (1998) 125 (4): 733–742.
Published: 15 February 1998
.../LEAFY homolog. In situ hybridisation shows that alf is expressed in the floral meristem and also in the vegetative meristem. Differences and similarities between these Petunia mutants and mutations affecting inflorescence architecture in other species will be discussed. * Author for correspondence...
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Journal: Development
Development (1997) 124 (19): 3845–3853.
Published: 1 October 1997
...Frederick D. Hempel; Detlef Weigel; M. Alejandra Mandel; Gary Ditta; Patricia C. Zambryski; Lewis J. Feldman; Martin F. Yanofsky ABSTRACT The expression of the floral regulators LEAFY, APETALA1 and AGAMOUS - LIKE8 was examined during light treatments that induced flowering in Arabidopsis...
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Journal: Development
Development (1997) 124 (19): 3835–3844.
Published: 1 October 1997
...Miguel A. Blázquez; Lara N. Soowal; Ilha Lee; Detlef Weigel ABSTRACT During the initial vegetative phase, the Arabidopsis shoot meristem produces leaves with associated lateral shoots at its flanks, while the later reproductive phase is characterized by the formation of flowers. The LEAFY gene...
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Journal: Development
Development (1993) 119 (3): 745–765.
Published: 1 November 1993
... FLOWER 1, LEAFY, APETALA1 and APETALA2 are necessary to initiate the switch from formation of early to formation of late inflorescence nodes at the appropriate time. We have investigated the relative roles of these genes in development by isolating and characterizing new alleles of TERMINAL FLOWER 1...