Arabidopsis clock-associated pseudo-response regulators PRR9, PRR7 and PRR5 coordinately and positively regulate flowering time through the canonical CONSTANS-dependent photoperiodic pathway.

@article{Nakamichi2007ArabidopsisCP,
  title={Arabidopsis clock-associated pseudo-response regulators PRR9, PRR7 and PRR5 coordinately and positively regulate flowering time through the canonical CONSTANS-dependent photoperiodic pathway.},
  author={N. Nakamichi and M. Kita and K. Niinuma and S. Ito and T. Yamashino and T. Mizoguchi and T. Mizuno},
  journal={Plant \& cell physiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={48 6},
  pages={
          822-32
        }
}
Photoperiodism allows organisms to measure daylength, or external photoperiod, and to anticipate coming seasons. Daylength measurement requires the integration of light signal and temporal information by the circadian clock. In the long-day plant Arabidopsis thaliana, CONSTANS (CO) plays a crucial role in integrating the circadian rhythm and environmental light signals into the photoperiodic flowering pathway. Nevertheless, the molecular mechanism by which the circadian clock modulates the… Expand
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