Xiao-Yan Ai

2Jin-Zhi Zhang
1Chun -Gen Hu
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Citrus shoot tips abscise at an anatomically distinct abscission zone (AZ) that separates the top part of the shoots into basal and apical portions (citrus self-pruning). Cell separation occurs only at the AZ, which suggests its cells have distinctive molecular regulation. Although several studies have looked into the morphological aspects of self-pruning(More)
The transition to flowering is a major developmental switch in flowering plants. The nuclear RNA-binding protein FCA responds to seasonal signals and abscisic acid (ABA), which can control the flowering time via ambient temperature and autonomous pathways. Citrus FCA ortholog (PtFCA) has been isolated and characterized from precocious trifoliate orange(More)
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