Maize YABBY Genes drooping leaf1 and drooping leaf2 Regulate Plant Architecture[OPEN]

@article{Strable2017MaizeYG,
  title={Maize YABBY Genes drooping leaf1 and drooping leaf2 Regulate Plant Architecture[OPEN]},
  author={Josh Strable and J. Wallace and Erica Unger-Wallace and Sarah Briggs and P. Bradbury and E. Buckler and E. Vollbrecht},
  journal={Plant Cell},
  year={2017},
  volume={29},
  pages={1622 - 1641}
}
Maize drooping leaf genes are necessary for proper leaf development and reside within quantitative trait locus regions for agronomically important leaf architecture traits. Leaf architecture directly influences canopy structure, consequentially affecting yield. We discovered a maize (Zea mays) mutant with aberrant leaf architecture, which we named drooping leaf1 (drl1). Pleiotropic mutations in drl1 affect leaf length and width, leaf angle, and internode length and diameter. These phenotypes… Expand
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