Analysis of the CYC/TB1 class of TCP transcription factors in basal angiosperms and magnoliids.

  title={Analysis of the CYC/TB1 class of TCP transcription factors in basal angiosperms and magnoliids.},
  author={Stefanie Horn and Natalia Pab{\'o}n-Mora and Vanessa S Theu\ss and Andrea Busch and Sabine Zachgo},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  volume={81 4},
Flower monosymmetry contributes to specialized interactions between plants and their insect pollinators. In the magnoliids, flower monosymmetry is exhibited only in the Aristolochiaceae (Piperales). Aristolochia flowers develop a calyx-derived monosymmetric perianth that enhances pollination success by a flytrap mechanism. Aristolochia arborea forms additionally a special perianth outgrowth that mimics a mushroom to attract flies, the mushroom mimicry structure (MMS). In core eudicots, members… CONTINUE READING
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