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Targeted degradation of TOC1 by ZTL modulates circadian function in Arabidopsis thaliana
The underlying mechanism of circadian rhythmicity appears to be conserved among organisms, and is based on negative transcriptional feedback loops forming a cellular oscillator (or ‘clock’).Expand
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Critical Role for CCA1 and LHY in Maintaining Circadian Rhythmicity in Arabidopsis
Circadian clocks are autoregulatory, endogenous mechanisms that allow organisms, from bacteria to humans, to advantageously time a wide range of activities within 24-hr environmental cycles.Expand
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TOC1 functions as a molecular switch connecting the circadian clock with plant responses to drought
Despite our increasing knowledge on the transcriptional networks connecting abscisic acid (ABA) signalling with the circadian clock, the molecular nodes in which both pathways converge to translateExpand
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Ordered changes in histone modifications at the core of the Arabidopsis circadian clock
Circadian clock function in Arabidopsis thaliana relies on a complex network of reciprocal regulations among oscillator components. Here, we demonstrate that chromatin remodeling is a prevalentExpand
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Functional implication of the MYB transcription factor RVE8/LCL5 in the circadian control of histone acetylation.
  • B. Farinas, P. Mas
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Plant journal : for cell and molecular…
  • 1 April 2011
Despite our increasing understanding of the molecular determinants essential for circadian clock function, we still lack a complete picture of the mechanisms contributing to clock progression inExpand
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A methyl transferase links the circadian clock to the regulation of alternative splicing
Circadian rhythms allow organisms to time biological processes to the most appropriate phases of the day–night cycle. Post-transcriptional regulation is emerging as an important component ofExpand
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A Functional Link between Rhythmic Changes in Chromatin Structure and the Arabidopsis Biological Clock[W]
Circadian clocks rhythmically coordinate biological processes in resonance with the environmental cycle. The clock function relies on negative feedback loops that generate 24-h rhythms in multipleExpand
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Functional interaction of phytochrome B and cryptochrome 2
Light is a crucial environmental signal that controls many photomorphogenic and circadian responses in plants. Perception and transduction of light is achieved by at least two principal groups ofExpand
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Modelling the widespread effects of TOC1 signalling on the plant circadian clock and its outputs
We extended the mathematical model of the plant clock gene circuit by incorporating the repression of multiple clock genes by TOC1, observed experimentally. Expand
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The Functional Interplay between Protein Kinase CK2 and CCA1 Transcriptional Activity Is Essential for Clock Temperature Compensation in Arabidopsis
Circadian rhythms are daily biological oscillations driven by an endogenous mechanism known as circadian clock. The protein kinase CK2 is one of the few clock components that is evolutionaryExpand
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