INCOMPOSITA: a MADS-box gene controlling prophyll development and floral meristem identity in Antirrhinum.

@article{Masiero2004INCOMPOSITAAM,
  title={INCOMPOSITA: a MADS-box gene controlling prophyll development and floral meristem identity in Antirrhinum.},
  author={Simona Masiero and Ming-Ai Li and Isa Will and Ulrike Hartmann and Heinz Saedler and Peter Huijser and Zsuzsanna Schwarz-Sommer and H. E. Sommer},
  journal={Development},
  year={2004},
  volume={131 23},
  pages={5981-90}
}
INCOMPOSITA (INCO) is a MADS-box transcription factor and member of the functionally diverse StMADS11 clade of the MADS-box family. The most conspicuous feature of inco mutant flowers are prophylls initiated prior to first whorl sepals at lateral positions of the flower primordium. The developing prophylls physically interfere with subsequent floral organ development that results in aberrant floral architecture. INCO, which is controlled by SQUAMOSA, prevents prophyll formation in the wild type… CONTINUE READING
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