Direct interaction of AGL 24 and SOC 1 integrates flowering signals in Arabidopsis

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INTRODUCTION The transition from vegetative to reproductive development in Arabidopsis is mediated by multiple genetic pathways in response The photoperiod pathway perceives the light quantity and circadian clock, whereas the vernalization pathway responds to low temperatures. The autonomous pathway monitors endogenous cues from specific developmental states, which are independent of environmental signals. The gibberellin (GA) pathway particularly regulates flowering in non-inductive short-day… CONTINUE READING
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