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Homeodomain Leucine Zipper Class I Genes in Arabidopsis. Expression Patterns and Phylogenetic Relationships1[w]
Members of the homeodomain leucine zipper (HDZip) family of transcription factors are present in a wide range of plants, from mosses to higher plants, but not in other eukaryotes. The HDZip genes actExpand
The Arabidopsis homeobox gene ATHB-7 is induced by water deficit and by abscisic acid.
Homeodomain-leucine zipper (HD-Zip) proteins are putative transcription factors encoded by a class of recently discovered homeobox genes as yet found only in plants. This paper reports on theExpand
The homeobox genes ATHB12 and ATHB7encode potential regulators of growth in response to water deficit in Arabidopsis
The Arabidopsisthaliana homeodomain leucine-zipper gene ATHB7, which is active specifically under water deficit conditions, is proposed to act as a negative regulator of growth (Söderman et al.,Expand
The homeodomain-leucine zipper (HD-Zip) class I transcription factors ATHB7 and ATHB12 modulate abscisic acid signalling by regulating protein phosphatase 2C and abscisic acid receptor gene activities
Plants perceiving drought activate multiple responses to improve survival, including large-scale alterations in gene expression. This article reports on the roles in the drought response of twoExpand
The MADS-box gene DAL1 is a potential mediator of the juvenile-to-adult transition in Norway spruce (Picea abies).
Progression through the plant life cycle involves change in many essential features, most notably in the capacity to reproduce. The transition from a juvenile vegetative and non-reproductive to anExpand
The HD-Zip gene ATHB6 in Arabidopsis is expressed in developing leaves, roots and carpels and up-regulated by water deficit conditions
Homeodomain-leucine zipper (HD-Zip) proteins are transcription factors as yet found only in plants. We have characterized one HD-Zip gene, ATHB6, from Arabidopsis thaliana. ATHB6 was expressedExpand
The Arabidopsis thaliana homeobox gene ATHB5 is a potential regulator of abscisic acid responsiveness in developing seedlings
ATHB5 is a member of the homeodomain-leucine zipper (HDZip) transcription factor gene family of Arabidopsis thaliana. In this report we show that increased expression levels of ATHB5 in transgenicExpand
DNA-binding and dimerization preferences of Arabidopsis homeodomain-leucine zipper transcription factors in vitro
Homeodomain-leucine zipper (HDZip) proteins constitute a large family of transcription factors apparently unique to plants. In this report we characterize the DNA-binding and dimerization preferencesExpand
Conservation of gene structure and activity in the regulation of reproductive organ development of conifers and angiosperms.
The Norway spruce (Picea abies) gene DAL2 shows distinct structural similarities to angiosperm MADS-box genes which act in the control of the development of the sexual organs of the flower.Expand
Conifer homologues to genes that control floral development in angiosperms
A set of MADS-box genes in flowering plants encode transcription factors that control both flower meristem formation and organ identity in the developing flower. Expand