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FOREVER YOUNG FLOWER Negatively Regulates Ethylene Response DNA-Binding Factors by Activating an Ethylene-Responsive Factor to Control Arabidopsis Floral Organ Senescence and Abscission1
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The results reveal that FYF regulates flower senescence/abscission by negatively regulating EDF1/2/3/4, which is the downstream gene in the ethylene response, by activating FUF1 in Arabidopsis. Expand
Ectopic Expression of Two FOREVER YOUNG FLOWER Orthologues from Cattleya Orchid Suppresses Ethylene Signaling and DELLA Results in Delayed Flower Senescence/Abscission and Reduced Flower Organ
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A possible role for Cattleya orchid CaFYF1/2 in controlling floral senescence/abscission by suppressing ethylene signaling and abscission-associated genes as well as controlling flower organ elongation through negative regulation of GA response by activating the expression of the DELLA genes during flower development is suggested. Expand
Silencing of FOREVER YOUNG FLOWER Like Genes from Phalaenopsis Orchids Promotes Flower Senescence and Abscission.
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The results suggest a possible repressor role for Phalaenopsis PaFYF1/2 in controlling floral senescence/abscission by suppressing ethylene signaling and abscission-associated genes. Expand
Multifunctional evolution of B and AGL6 MADS box genes in orchids
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It is demonstrated that the presumed L’ complex changes the structure of the lower lateral sepals and helps the lips fit properly in the center of the flower and the current knowledge behind the multifunctional evolution of the B and AGL6 genes in plants is expanded. Expand