Class I BASIC PENTACYSTEINE factors regulate HOMEOBOX genes involved in meristem size maintenance

@article{Simonini2014ClassIB,
  title={Class I BASIC PENTACYSTEINE factors regulate HOMEOBOX genes involved in meristem size maintenance},
  author={Sara Simonini and Martin M. Kater},
  journal={Journal of Experimental Botany},
  year={2014},
  volume={65},
  pages={1455 - 1465}
}
Summary BPC factors are important regulators of developmental processes. Here we assign a role to BPCs in the control of meristem size, characterizing them as direct regulators of several HOMEOBOX genes 
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