Control of inflorescence architecture in Antirrhinum

@article{Bradley1996ControlOI,
  title={Control of inflorescence architecture in Antirrhinum},
  author={Desmond Bradley and Rosemary Carpenter and Lucy Copsey and Coral Vincent and Steven Rothstein and Enrico Coen},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1996},
  volume={379},
  pages={791-797}
}
Flowering plants exhibit two types of inflorescence architecture: determinate and indeterminate. The centroradialis mutation causes the normally indeterminate inflorescence of Antirrhinum to terminate in a flower. We show that centroradialis is expressed in the inflorescence apex a few days after floral induction, and interacts with the floral-meristem… CONTINUE READING