PEP1 of Arabis alpina Is Encoded by Two Overlapping Genes That Contribute to Natural Genetic Variation in Perennial Flowering

@inproceedings{Albani2012PEP1OA,
  title={PEP1 of Arabis alpina Is Encoded by Two Overlapping Genes That Contribute to Natural Genetic Variation in Perennial Flowering},
  author={Maria C Albani and Loren Castaings and Stefan Woetzel and Julieta L Mateos and Joerg Wunder and Renhou Wang and Mathieu C A Reymond and George Coupland},
  booktitle={PLoS genetics},
  year={2012}
}
Higher plants exhibit a variety of different life histories. Annual plants live for less than a year and after flowering produce seeds and senesce. By contrast perennials live for many years, dividing their life cycle into episodes of vegetative growth and flowering. Environmental cues control key check points in both life histories. Genes controlling responses to these cues exhibit natural genetic variation that has been studied most in short-lived annuals. We characterize natural genetic… CONTINUE READING
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