Regulation of Cell Proliferation in the Stomatal Lineage by the Arabidopsis MYB FOUR LIPS via Direct Targeting of Core Cell Cycle Genes[W]

@article{Xie2010RegulationOC,
  title={Regulation of Cell Proliferation in the Stomatal Lineage by the Arabidopsis MYB FOUR LIPS via Direct Targeting of Core Cell Cycle Genes[W]},
  author={Zidian Xie and E. Lee and J. Lucas and K. Morohashi and Dongmei Li and J. Murray and F. Sack and E. Grotewold},
  journal={Plant Cell},
  year={2010},
  volume={22},
  pages={2306 - 2321}
}
  • Zidian Xie, E. Lee, +5 authors E. Grotewold
  • Published 2010
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Plant Cell
  • The MYB protein FOUR LIPS (FLP) promotes Arabidopsis stomatal patterning by suppressing cell division before differentiation. FLP direct targets were found to be enriched in cell cycle genes that function in both S-G1 and G2-M phase, indicating that this transcription factor acts as a developmental integrator. Stomata, which are epidermal pores surrounded by two guard cells, develop from a specialized stem cell lineage and function in shoot gas exchange. The Arabidopsis thaliana FOUR LIPS (FLP… CONTINUE READING
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