An AT-hook gene is required for palea formation and floral organ number control in rice.

@article{Jin2011AnAG,
  title={An AT-hook gene is required for palea formation and floral organ number control in rice.},
  author={Y. Jin and Q. Luo and Hongning Tong and Aiju Wang and Zhijun Cheng and Jinfu Tang and D. Li and Xianfeng Zhao and X. Li and J. Wan and Yuling Jiao and C. Chu and L. Zhu},
  journal={Developmental biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={359 2},
  pages={
          277-88
        }
}
  • Y. Jin, Q. Luo, +10 authors L. Zhu
  • Published 2011
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Developmental biology
  • Grasses have highly specialized flowers and their outer floral organ identity remains unclear. In this study, we identified and characterized rice mutants that specifically disrupted the development of palea, one of the outer whorl floral organs. The depressed palea1 (dp1) mutants show a primary defect in the main structure of palea, implying that palea is a fusion between the main structure and marginal tissues on both sides. The sterile lemma at the palea side is occasionally elongated in dp1… CONTINUE READING

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