Recruitment of CRABS CLAW to promote nectary development within the eudicot clade

@inproceedings{Lee2005RecruitmentOC,
  title={Recruitment of CRABS CLAW to promote nectary development within the eudicot clade},
  author={Ji-Young Lee and Stuart F. Baum and Sang-Hun Oh and Cai-Zhong Jiang and Jen-Chih Chen and John L. Bowman},
  booktitle={Development},
  year={2005}
}
Nectaries are secretory organs that are widely present in flowering plants that function to attract floral pollinators. Owing to diversity in nectary positions and structures, they are thought to have originated multiple times during angiosperm evolution, with their potential contribution to the diversification of flowering plants and pollinating animals being considerable. We investigated the genetic basis of diverse nectary forms in eudicot angiosperm species using CRABS CLAW (CRC), a gene… Expand
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