Engrailed-ZmOCL1 fusions cause a transient reduction of kernel size in maize

@article{Khaled2005EngrailedZmOCL1FC,
  title={Engrailed-ZmOCL1 fusions cause a transient reduction of kernel size in maize},
  author={Abdel-Sabour G. A. Khaled and Vanessa Vernoud and Gwyneth Ingram and Pascual Perez and Xavier Sarda and Peter M Rogowsky},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2005},
  volume={58},
  pages={123-139}
}
ZmOCL1 is the founding member of the ZmOCL (Outer Cell Layer) family encoding putative transcription factors of the HD-ZIP IV class. It is expressed in the L1 cell layer of the embryo and several other tissues of maize. After determination of the intron/exon structure a mutator insertion was isolated in the upstream region. No notable phenotypes and wildtype levels of ZmOCL1 transcript were observed in homozygous mutant plants. In contrast transgenic plants carrying a fusion of the repressor… CONTINUE READING

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