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Two Coordinately Regulated Homologs of FLOWERING LOCUS T Are Involved in the Control of Photoperiodic Flowering in Soybean1[W][OA]
FLOWERING LOCUS T (FT) is a key flowering integrator in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana), with homologs that encode florigens in many plant species regardless of the type of photoperiodic response.Expand
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The Soybean Stem Growth Habit Gene Dt1 Is an Ortholog of Arabidopsis TERMINAL FLOWER11[W][OA]
Classical genetic analysis has revealed that the determinate habit of soybean (Glycine max) is controlled by a recessive allele at the determinate stem (Dt1) locus. To dissect the molecular basis ofExpand
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Genetic Redundancy in Soybean Photoresponses Associated With Duplication of the Phytochrome A Gene
Gene and genome duplications underlie the origins of evolutionary novelty in plants. Soybean, Glycine max, is considered to be a paleopolyploid species with a complex genome. We found multipleExpand
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Virus-mediated efficient induction of epigenetic modifications of endogenous genes with phenotypic changes in plants.
Gene silencing through transcriptional repression can be induced by targeting double-stranded RNA (dsRNA) to a gene promoter. It has been reported that a transgene was silenced by targeting dsRNA toExpand
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Genetic variation in four maturity genes affects photoperiod insensitivity and PHYA-regulated post-flowering responses of soybean
BackgroundAbsence of or low sensitivity to photoperiod is necessary for short-day crops, such as rice and soybean, to adapt to high latitudes. Photoperiod insensitivity in soybeans is controlled byExpand
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Coordinated expression of functionally diverse fructosyltransferase genes is associated with fructan accumulation in response to low temperature in perennial ryegrass.
* Fructan is the major nonstructural carbohydrate reserve in temperate grasses. To understand regulatory mechanisms in fructan synthesis and adaptation to cold environments, the isolation, functionalExpand
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Sex-independent transmission ratio distortion system responsible for reproductive barriers between Asian and African rice species.
* A sex-independent transmission ratio distortion (siTRD) system detected in the interspecific cross in rice was analyzed in order to understand its significance in reproductive barriers. The S(1)Expand
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Reversible changes in the composition of the population of mtDNAs during dedifferentiation and regeneration in tobacco.
Differences in the composition of the population of mtDNAs between green plants and calli of tobacco were detected by DNA filter hybridization analysis. The altered composition of the population ofExpand
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A recessive allele for delayed flowering at the soybean maturity locus E9 is a leaky allele of FT2a, a FLOWERING LOCUS T ortholog
BackgroundUnderstanding the molecular mechanisms of flowering and maturity is important for improving the adaptability and yield of seed crops in different environments. In soybean, a facultativeExpand
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RFLPs of chloroplast and mitochondrial DNA in wild soybean, Glycine soja, growing in China
RFLPs of chloroplast (cp) and mitochondrial (mt) DNA have been used to characterize the cytoplasmic genome of wild soybean, Glycine soja, growing in China. We have found from the RFLPs of that theExpand
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