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The isolation and characterization of abscisic acid-insensitive mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana
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Three mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh were characterized by a reduced seed dormancy and by symptoms of withering, indicating disturbed water relations and resembled phenotypically the ABA-deficient mutants the authors described earlier in this species. Expand
Influence of the testa on seed dormancy, germination, and longevity in Arabidopsis.
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Both structural and pigmentation mutants deteriorated faster than the wild types during natural aging at room temperature, with structural mutants being the most strongly affected. Expand
A genetic and physiological analysis of late flowering mutants in Arabidopsis thaliana
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A differential response of the mutants to environmental factors and their subdivision into epistatic groups is discussed in relation to a causal model for floral initiation in Arabidopsis thaliana. Expand
Cloning of DOG1, a quantitative trait locus controlling seed dormancy in Arabidopsis
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The identification of the DELAY of GERMINation 1 (DOG1) gene previously identified as a quantitative trait locus involved in the control of seed dormancy is described. Expand
Genetic control of light-inhibited hypocotyl elongation in Arabidopsis thaliana (L.)
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Low sensitivity to the inhibitory action of white light on hypocotyl elongation was observed in 41 mutants induced in Arabidopsis tbaliana at 5 different loci and the spectra of the different mutants and their recombinants provide evidence for the presence of more than one photoreceptor pigment for the High Irradiance Reaction and demonstrate the genetic control of light-induced inhibition of hypocOTyl growth. Expand
Naturally occurring genetic variation in Arabidopsis thaliana.
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The analysis of Arabidopsis natural genetic variation for flowering time revealed the identity of several genes, some of which correspond to genes with previously unknown function, which might provide new insights into the networks of gene regulation. Expand
The late flowering phenotype of fwa mutants is caused by gain-of-function epigenetic alleles of a homeodomain gene.
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The transition to flowering in Arabidopsis thaliana is delayed in fwa mutant plants and mechanisms for establishment and maintenance of the epigenetic mark on FWA are discussed. Expand
Development of an AFLP based linkage map of Ler, Col and Cvi Arabidopsis thaliana ecotypes and construction of a Ler/Cvi recombinant inbred line population.
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It is concluded that segregating bands from a common parent can be compared between different populations, and that AFLP bands of similar molecular size, amplified with the same primer combination in two different ecotypes, are likely to correspond to the same locus. Expand
Seed dormancy and germination.
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Molecular techniques, and especially expression studies and transcriptome and proteome analyses, are novel tools for the analysis of seed dormancy and germination and preferentially use Arabidopsis thaliana because of the molecular genetic resources available for this species. Expand
Regulatory network construction in Arabidopsis by using genome-wide gene expression quantitative trait loci
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The results of genome-wide expression variation analysis in an RIL population of Arabidopsis thaliana are described and an approach for genetic regulatory network construction by combining eQTL mapping and regulator candidate gene selection is developed. Expand
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