Genome-wide analysis of spatial gene expression in Arabidopsis flowers.

  title={Genome-wide analysis of spatial gene expression in Arabidopsis flowers.},
  author={Frank Wellmer and J. Riechmann and M{\'a}rcio Alves-Ferreira and Elliot M. Meyerowitz},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  volume={16 5},
We have compared the gene expression profiles of inflorescences of the floral homeotic mutants apetala1, apetala2, apetala3, pistillata, and agamous with that of wild-type plants using a flower-specific cDNA microarray and a whole genome oligonucleotide array. By combining the data sets from the individual mutant/wild type comparisons, we were able to identify a large number of genes that are, within flowers, predicted to be specifically or at least predominantly expressed in one type of floral… CONTINUE READING
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