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CONSTANS and the CCAAT Box Binding Complex Share a Functionally Important Domain and Interact to Regulate Flowering of Arabidopsis[W][OA]
The CCT (for CONSTANS, CONSTANS-LIKE, TOC1) domain is found in 45 Arabidopsis thaliana proteins involved in processes such as photoperiodic flowering, light signaling, and regulation of circadianExpand
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Arabidopsis COP1 shapes the temporal pattern of CO accumulation conferring a photoperiodic flowering response
The transcriptional regulator CONSTANS (CO) promotes flowering of Arabidopsis under long summer days (LDs) but not under short winter days (SDs). Post‐translational regulation of CO is crucial forExpand
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Arabidopsis SPA proteins regulate photoperiodic flowering and interact with the floral inducer CONSTANS to regulate its stability
The four-member SPA protein family of Arabidopsis acts in concert with the E3 ubiquitin ligase COP1 to suppress photomorphogenesis in dark-grown seedlings. Here, we demonstrate that SPA proteins are,Expand
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A Feedback Regulatory Module Formed by LITTLE ZIPPER and HD-ZIPIII Genes[W][OA]
The Arabidopsis thaliana REVOLUTA (REV) protein is a member of the class III homeodomain-leucine zipper (HD-ZIPIII) proteins. REV is a potent regulator of leaf polarity and vascular development.Expand
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Brassinosteroids regulate organ boundary formation in the shoot apical meristem of Arabidopsis
Spatiotemporal control of the formation of organ primordia and organ boundaries from the stem cell niche in the shoot apical meristem (SAM) determines the patterning and architecture of plants, butExpand
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Regulation of the ABA‐sensitive Arabidopsis potassium channel gene GORK in response to water stress
The phytohormone abscisic acid (ABA) regulates many stress‐related processes in plants. In this context ABA mediates the responsiveness of plants to environmental stresses such as drought, cold orExpand
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Genome-wide binding-site analysis of REVOLUTA reveals a link between leaf patterning and light-mediated growth responses.
Unlike the situation in animals, the final morphology of the plant body is highly modulated by the environment. During Arabidopsis development, intrinsic factors provide the framework for basicExpand
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MicroProtein-Mediated Recruitment of CONSTANS into a TOPLESS Trimeric Complex Represses Flowering in Arabidopsis
MicroProteins are short, single domain proteins that act by sequestering larger, multi-domain proteins into non-functional complexes. MicroProteins have been identified in plants and animals, whereExpand
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Regulation of protein function by ‘microProteins’
Many proteins achieve their function by acting as part of multi‐protein complexes. The formation of these complexes is highly regulated and mediated through domains of protein–protein interaction.Expand
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Heat-shock protein 40 is the key farnesylation target in meristem size control, abscisic acid signaling, and drought resistance.
Protein farnesylation is central to molecular cell biology. In plants, protein farnesyl transferase mutants are pleiotropic and exhibit defective meristem organization, hypersensitivity to theExpand
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