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The MADS domain factors AGL15 and AGL18 act redundantly as repressors of the floral transition in Arabidopsis.
Flowering time is determined by the additive effect of multiple MADS domain floral repressors, with important contributions from AGL15 and AGL18. Expand
Evolution of the Isoprene Biosynthetic Pathway in Kudzu1[w]
Whether or not a plant emits isoprene depends on whether or not it has a terpene synthase capable of using dimethylallyl diphosphate, as part of the long-term study ofIsoprene synthesis. Expand
MIKC* MADS Domain Heterodimers Are Required for Pollen Maturation and Tube Growth in Arabidopsis1[W][OA]
Pollen competition assays provided genetic evidence that at least three heterodimers form and function in at least a partially redundant fashion in pollen, and analyses of transcript abundance in wild-type and mutant pollen indicated that AGL65-containing complexes are likely to be more abundant than the others and that accumulation of AGL30 and AGL94 transcripts increases in response to reductions in MIKC* activity. Expand
The Embryo MADS Domain Factor AGL15 Acts Postembryonically: Inhibition of Perianth Senescence and Abscission via Constitutive Expression
It is found that the AGL15 protein accumulates transiently in the shoot apex in young Arabidopsis and Brassica seedlings and that promoter activity is associated with theshoot apex and the base of leaf petioles throughout the vegetative phase. Expand
Expression and Maintenance of Embryogenic Potential Is Enhanced through Constitutive Expression of AGAMOUS-Like 151
Results indicate that AGL15 is involved in support of development in an embryonic mode and localization to the nuclei supports a role in gene regulation during this phase of the life cycle. Expand
An Arabidopsis histidine kinase is essential for megagametogenesis
The work with CKI1 mutants indicates that signal transduction by means of a His/Asp phosphorelay system may play an important and previously unsuspected role in female gametophyte development in Arabidopsis. Expand
Plastids Contain a Second Sec Translocase System with Essential Functions1[W][OA]
Proteins that are synthesized on cytoplasmic ribosomes but function within plastids must be imported and then targeted to one of six plastid locations. Although multiple systems that target proteinsExpand
AGL15, a MADS domain protein expressed in developing embryos.
It is suggested that AGL15 is likely to be an important component of the regulatory circuitry directing seed-specific processes in the developing embryo, and found in embryos of a variety of angiosperms, including plants as distantly related as maize. Expand
The MADS domain protein AGL15 localizes to the nucleus during early stages of seed development.
AGL15 accumulation was examined in Arabidopsis mutants that prematurely exit embryogenesis and lec1-2 mutants show an embryo-specific loss of A GL15 at the transition stage, suggesting that AGL15 interacts with regulators in the leafy cotyledons pathway. Expand
Expression of MADS-box genes during the embryonic phase in Arabidopsis
Results indicate that multiple regulatory pathways that involve MADS domain factors are likely to operate in embryonic tissues, and that genetic and/or functional redundancy is likely to be as prevalent as in other phases of the life cycle. Expand