Prehistory and history of Arabidopsis research.

@article{Meyerowitz2001PrehistoryAH,
  title={Prehistory and history of Arabidopsis research.},
  author={Elliot M. Meyerowitz},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={125 1},
  pages={
          15-9
        }
}
The earliest non-taxonomic appearance of Arabidopsis in the literature of botany appears to be a paper by Alexander Braun in 1873, describing a mutant plant found in a field near Berlin (7). The mutation was almost certainly in the AGAMOUS gene, now well known as one of the floral ABC regulators and cloned in 1990 (54). The next notable appearance of Arabidopsis in the experimental literature was in 1907, when Friedrich Laibach (1885–1967), a student in Strasburger’s laboratory in Bonn… CONTINUE READING
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