Autophagy regulated by day length determines the number of fertile florets in wheat.

@article{Ghiglione2008AutophagyRB,
  title={Autophagy regulated by day length determines the number of fertile florets in wheat.},
  author={Hern{\'a}n O Ghiglione and Fernanda Gabriela Gonz{\'a}lez and Rom{\'a}n Serrago and Sara B Maldonado and Charles Chilcott and Jos{\'e} Alfredo Cur{\'a} and D. Jaime Sanz Miralles and Tong Zhu and Jorge Jos{\'e} Casal},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2008},
  volume={55 6},
  pages={
          1010-24
        }
}
SUMMARY The wheat spikelet meristem differentiates into up to 12 floret primordia, but many of them fail to reach the fertile floret stage at anthesis. We combined microarray, biochemical and anatomical studies to investigate floret development in wheat plants grown in the field under short or long days (short days extended with low-fluence light) after all the spikelets had already differentiated. Long days accelerated spike and floret development and greening, and the expression of genes… CONTINUE READING

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