Analysis of flowering time control in Arabidopsis by comparison of double and triple mutants.

@article{Reeves2001AnalysisOF,
  title={Analysis of flowering time control in Arabidopsis by comparison of double and triple mutants.},
  author={Paul H Reeves and George Coupland},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={126 3},
  pages={
          1085-91
        }
}
Three genetic pathways promote flowering of Arabidopsis under long photoperiods. These pathways are represented by the genes CO, FCA, and GA1, which act in the long-day, autonomous, and gibberellin pathways, respectively. To test whether these are the only pathways that promote flowering under long photoperiods, the co-2 fca-1 ga1-3 triple mutant was constructed. These plants never flowered under long- or short-day conditions, indicating that the three pathways impaired by these mutations are… CONTINUE READING

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