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Maize produces separate unisexual flowers through programmed abortion of preformed organ primordia. In the male inflorescence (tassel), stamen primordia develop to sexual maturity, while gynoecia (pistil primordia) are aborted. In tasselseed2 (ts2) mutant plants, floral structures in the tassel adopt a female developmental program. Here we report the(More)
Dominant gain-of-function mutations that lead to misregulation of the C. elegans heterochronic gene lin-14, and the evolutionary implications of dominant mutations in pattern-formation genes 47 Sachs, T. Cell polarity and tissue patterning in plants 83 Z. Properties of deficiens, a homeotic gene involved in the control of flower morphogenesis in Antirrhinum(More)
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