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The pea flowering gene GIGAS regulates a mobile flowering signal and is essential for flowering under long days but not for the ability to respond to photoperiod. This study characterizes the… Expand
Legumes were among the first plant species to be domesticated, and accompanied cereals in expansion of agriculture from the Fertile Crescent into diverse environments across the Mediterranean basin,… Expand
Genetic, association, and expression studies indicate that a mutation in BoFLC2 explains much of the variability in cauliflower curd formation, curd growth rate, and flowering time.
Identification of LATE BLOOMER2 in pea as a CYCLING DOF FACTOR gene sheds light on the mechanism of long-day photoperiodism, a crucial factor for the spread and cultivation of many crop species. The… Expand
A mutation in a gene implicated in circadian clock function is associated with early flowering in a commercially significant chickpea cultivar. In climates that experience short growing seasons due… Expand
A mutation that impairs ethylene response in pea reveals an interaction of light and ethylene signaling in the control of leaf expansion during deetiolation. Plant responses to light involve a… Expand
Plant responses to light involve a complex network of interactions among multiple plant hormones. In a screen for mutants showing altered photomorphogenesis under red light, we identified a mutant… Expand
Necrosis is one of a range of symptoms resulting from a number of different biotic and abiotic damage agents that may be detected and quantified with remote sensing as part of an operational forest… Expand
Synchronous flowering between parent lines is essential for pollination and seed set in commercial hybrid cauliflower seed production. However, weather-related variation in reproductive development… Expand