PICKLE acts throughout the plant to repress expression of embryonic traits and may play a role in gibberellin-dependent responses.

@article{Henderson2004PICKLEAT,
  title={PICKLE acts throughout the plant to repress expression of embryonic traits and may play a role in gibberellin-dependent responses.},
  author={Jim T Henderson and H Li and S. D. Rider and Andreas P. Mordhorst and Jeanne Romero-Severson and Jin-Chen Cheng and Jennifer L Robey and Zinmay Renee Sung and Sacco C de Vries and Joe Ogas},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={134 3},
  pages={995-1005}
}
A seed marks the transition between two developmental states; a plant is an embryo during seed formation, whereas it is a seedling after emergence from the seed. Two factors have been identified in Arabidopsis that play a role in establishment of repression of the embryonic state: PKL (PICKLE), which codes for a putative CHD3 chromatin remodeling factor, and gibberellin (GA), a plant growth regulator. Previous observations have also suggested that PKL mediates some aspects of GA responsiveness… CONTINUE READING

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