Dual role for fimbriata in regulating floral homeotic genes and cell division in Antirrhinum.

@article{Ingram1997DualRF,
  title={Dual role for fimbriata in regulating floral homeotic genes and cell division in Antirrhinum.},
  author={Gwyneth Ingram and Sean Doyle and Rosemary Carpenter and Elizabeth A. Schultz and R{\"u}diger Simon and Enrico Coen},
  journal={The EMBO journal},
  year={1997},
  volume={16 21},
  pages={6521-34}
}
The fimbriata (fim) gene of Antirrhinum affects both the identity and arrangement of organs within the flower, and encodes a protein with an F-box motif. We show that FIM associates with a family of proteins, termed FAPs (FIM-associated proteins), that are closely related to human and yeast Skp1 proteins. These proteins form complexes with F-box-containing partners to promote protein degradation and cell cycle progression. The fap genes are expressed in inflorescence and floral meristems in a… CONTINUE READING
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