Genetic Regulation of Inflorescence Development in Chrysanthemum

Flowering is a conserved process in higher plants and is controlled by a network of hierarchically interacting genes [1]. The study of this process in the model plants Arabidopsis thaliana, Petunia hybrida , and Antirrhinum majus gave rise to the development of the ABCDE model [2–4]. In this model, A-activity determines sepal and petal identity; B-activity… (More)



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