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Control of Jasmonate Biosynthesis and Senescence by miR319 Targets
Considerable progress has been made in identifying the targets of plant microRNAs, many of which regulate the stability or translation of mRNAs that encode transcription factors involved inExpand
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Hyper-activation of the TCP4 transcription factor in Arabidopsis thaliana accelerates multiple aspects of plant maturation.
Plant organs are initiated as primordial outgrowths, and require controlled cell division and differentiation to achieve their final size and shape. Superimposed on this is another developmentalExpand
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Identification of Specific DNA Binding Residues in the TCP Family of Transcription Factors in Arabidopsis[W]
The TCP family is a group of plant-specific transcription factors whose DNA binding properties have not been studied in detail. Here, we examine TCP4 by both biochemical and structural analyses toExpand
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Activation of YUCCA5 by the Transcription Factor TCP4 Integrates Developmental and Environmental Signals to Promote Hypocotyl Elongation in Arabidopsis
The TCP4 transcription factor of Arabidopsis integrates developmental signals and the environmental cues to promote auxin-dependent cell elongation in hypocotyls. Cell expansion is an essentialExpand
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The TCP4 transcription factor regulates trichome cell differentiation by directly activating GLABROUS INFLORESCENCE STEMS in Arabidopsis thaliana
Trichomes are the first cell type to be differentiated during the morphogenesis of leaf epidermis and serve as an ideal model to study cellular differentiation. Many genes involved in the patterningExpand
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Divergence in Patterns of Leaf Growth Polarity Is Associated with the Expression Divergence of miR396
Leaves from different species exhibit divergence in growth allometry and expression differences in key regulatory molecules underlay this diversity. Lateral appendages often show allometric growthExpand
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Crystal structure of the MYB domain of the RAD transcription factor from Antirrhinum majus
Introduction. The RAD gene of Antirrhinum majus encodes a single-repeat MYB transcription factor that is implicated in the control of floral asymmetry. Herein we present the crystal structure of theExpand
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Interaction of TCP4-mediated growth module with phytohormones
TCP4 and related members of class II TCP genes regulate leaf morphogenesis. We earlier demonstrated that level of TCP4 activity determines leaf size and aspects of plant maturity. The mechanism ofExpand
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VASCULAR PLANT ONE-ZINC FINGER1 (VOZ1) and VOZ2 Interact with CONSTANS and Promote Photoperiodic Flowering Transition1
The Arabidopsis VOZ proteins interact physically with CONSTANS to modulate its function and promote photoperiod-dependent flowering. In plants, endogenous and environmental signals such as lightExpand
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The TCP4 Transcription Factor Directly Activates TRICHOMELESS1 and 2 and Suppresses Trichome Initiation1[OPEN]
The class II TEOSINTE BRANCHED1/CYCLOIDEA/PROLIFERATING CELL FACTOR group of proteins suppresses trichome initiation on leaf surface. Trichomes are the first line of defense on the outer surface ofExpand
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