Partitioning the apical domain of the Arabidopsis embryo requires the BOBBER1 NudC domain protein.

@article{Jurkuta2009PartitioningTA,
  title={Partitioning the apical domain of the Arabidopsis embryo requires the BOBBER1 NudC domain protein.},
  author={Rebecca Jurkuta and Nicholas J. Kaplinsky and Jennifer Spindel and M Kathryn Barton},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={2009},
  volume={21 7},
  pages={1957-71}
}
The apical domain of the embryo is partitioned into distinct regions that will give rise to the cotyledons and the shoot apical meristem. In this article, we describe a novel screen to identify Arabidopsis thaliana embryo arrest mutants that are defective in this partitioning, and we describe the phenotype of one such mutant, bobber1. bobber1 mutants arrest at the globular stage of development, they express the meristem-specific SHOOTMERISTEMLESS gene throughout the top half of the embryo, and… CONTINUE READING

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