INDEHISCENT and SPATULA interact to specify carpel and valve margin tissue and thus promote seed dispersal in Arabidopsis.

@article{Girin2011INDEHISCENTAS,
  title={INDEHISCENT and SPATULA interact to specify carpel and valve margin tissue and thus promote seed dispersal in Arabidopsis.},
  author={Thomas Girin and Teodora Paicu and Pauline Stephenson and Sara Fuentes and Evelyn K{\"o}rner and Martin O'Brien and Karim Sorefan and Thomas A. Wood and Vicente Balanz{\'a} and Cristina Arana Ferr{\'a}ndiz and David R Smyth and Lars \Ostergaard},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={2011},
  volume={23 10},
  pages={3641-53}
}
Structural organization of organs in multicellular organisms occurs through intricate patterning mechanisms that often involve complex interactions between transcription factors in regulatory networks. For example, INDEHISCENT (IND), a basic helix-loop-helix (bHLH) transcription factor, specifies formation of the narrow stripes of valve margin tissue, where Arabidopsis thaliana fruits open on maturity. Another bHLH transcription factor, SPATULA (SPT), is required for reproductive tissue… CONTINUE READING
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