Role of an ABI3 homologue in dormancy maintenance of yellow-cedar seeds and in the activation of storage protein and Em gene promoters

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ABI3/VP1 proteins are members of a large group of transcription factors that act as intermediaries in regulating abscisic acid (ABA)-responsive genes during seed development, including those involved in reserve deposition, acquisition of desiccation tolerance and dormancy induction. CnABI3, an ABI3/VP1 gene homologue was recently cloned from yellow cedar, a… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1020762304937

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@article{Zeng2003RoleOA, title={Role of an ABI3 homologue in dormancy maintenance of yellow-cedar seeds and in the activation of storage protein and Em gene promoters}, author={Ying Zeng and Nancy Raimondi and Allison R Kermode}, journal={Plant Molecular Biology}, year={2003}, volume={51}, pages={39-49} }