COP1 and ELF3 control circadian function and photoperiodic flowering by regulating GI stability.

@article{Yu2008COP1AE,
  title={COP1 and ELF3 control circadian function and photoperiodic flowering by regulating GI stability.},
  author={Jae-Woong Yu and Vicente Rubio and Na-Yeoun Lee and Sulan Bai and Sun-young Lee and Sang-Sook Kim and Lijing Liu and Yiyue Zhang and Mar{\'i}a Luisa Irigoyen and James Andrew Sullivan and Yu Zhang and Ilha Lee and Qi Xie and Nam-Chon Paek and Xing Wang Deng},
  journal={Molecular cell},
  year={2008},
  volume={32 5},
  pages={617-30}
}
Seasonal changes in day length are perceived by plant photoreceptors and transmitted to the circadian clock to modulate developmental responses such as flowering time. Blue-light-sensing cryptochromes, the E3 ubiquitin-ligase COP1, and clock-associated proteins ELF3 and GI regulate this process, although the regulatory link between them is unclear. Here we present data showing that COP1 acts with ELF3 to mediate day length signaling from CRY2 to GI within the photoperiod flowering pathway. We… CONTINUE READING
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