OsBLE3, a brassinolide-enhanced gene, is involved in the growth of rice.

@article{Yang2006OsBLE3AB,
  title={OsBLE3, a brassinolide-enhanced gene, is involved in the growth of rice.},
  author={Guangxiao Yang and Hidemitsu Nakamura and Hiroaki Ichikawa and Hidemi Kitano and Setsuko Komatsu},
  journal={Phytochemistry},
  year={2006},
  volume={67 14},
  pages={
          1442-54
        }
}
Brassinosteroids (BRs) are a group of plant hormones involved in a wide range of plant growth and developmental processes. To investigate the mechanism of BR action in monocots, a brassinolide (BL) upregulated gene designated OsBLE3 was identified, cloned and characterized in rice. It was mainly expressed in roots and leaf sheaths with levels of expression directly dependent on the dose of BL. In situ hybridization detected OsBLE3 mRNA in the shoot apical meristem, organ primordia and vascular… CONTINUE READING

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