Byeong-Geun Oh

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Plant architecture is an important factor that controls several characteristics, such as light interception, harvest index, and lodging. Plant architecture is controlled by a group of regulatory genes. It was previously found that ectopic expression of some MADS-box genes resulted in early flowering and a dwarf habit in Arabidopsis and tobacco (Nicotiana(More)
An anther-specific cDNA clone of rice, RA8, was isolated from an anther cDNA library by differential screening. RNA blot analysis indicated that the RA8 transcript is present specifically in anthers and the transcript level increased as flowers matured, reaching the highest level in mature flowers. The RA8 clone contains an open reading frame of 264 amino(More)
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