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Journal: Development
Development (2022) 149 (18): dev200889.
Published: 15 September 2022
...-pollinating crops like wheat ( Triticum aestivum ), the post-anthesis viability of unpollinated carpels has been overlooked, despite its importance for hybrid seed production systems. To advance our knowledge of carpel development in the absence of pollination, we created a high-throughput phenotyping...
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Development (2019) 146 (20): dev177527.
Published: 9 October 2019
...; however, the functions of three wheat ( Triticum aestivum ) AGL6 genes are still unclear. Here, we report the main functions of wheat AGL6 homoeologous genes in stamen development. In RNAi plants, stamens showed abnormality in number and morphology, and a tendency to transform into carpels. Consistently...
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Development (2019) 146 (14): dev175398.
Published: 23 July 2019
...Chengxia Li; Huiqiong Lin; Andrew Chen; Meiyee Lau; Judy Jernstedt; Jorge Dubcovsky ABSTRACT The spikelet is the basic unit of the grass inflorescence. In this study, we show that wheat MADS-box genes VRN1 , FUL2 and FUL3 play critical and redundant roles in spikelet and spike development, and also...
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Journal: Development
Development (2019) 146 (3): dev172684.
Published: 15 February 2019
...Laura E. Dixon; Ildiko Karsai; Tibor Kiss; Nikolai M. Adamski; Zhenshan Liu; Yiliang Ding; Vincent Allard; Scott A. Boden; Simon Griffiths ABSTRACT Low temperatures are required to regulate the transition from vegetative to reproductive growth via a pathway called vernalization. In wheat...
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Development (2017) 144 (11): 1966–1975.
Published: 1 June 2017
...Juan Manuel Debernardi; Huiqiong Lin; George Chuck; Justin D. Faris; Jorge Dubcovsky Wheat domestication from wild species involved mutations in the Q gene. The q allele (wild wheats) is associated with elongated spikes and hulled grains, whereas the mutant Q allele (domesticated wheats) confers...
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Development (2017) 144 (11): 1959–1965.
Published: 1 June 2017
...Julian R. Greenwood; E. Jean Finnegan; Nobuyoshi Watanabe; Ben Trevaskis; Steve M. Swain The advantages of free threshing in wheat led to the selection of the domesticated Q allele, which is now present in almost all modern wheat varieties. Q and the pre-domestication allele, q , encode an AP2...
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