Short panicle1 encodes a putative PTR family transporter and determines rice panicle size.

@article{Li2009ShortPE,
  title={Short panicle1 encodes a putative PTR family transporter and determines rice panicle size.},
  author={Shengben Li and Qian Qian and Zhiming Fu and Dali Zeng and Xiangbing Meng and Junko Kyozuka and Masahiko Maekawa and Xudong Zhu and Jian Zhang and Jiayang Li and Yonghong Wang},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={58 4},
  pages={
          592-605
        }
}
The architecture of the rice inflorescence, which is determined mainly by the number and length of primary and secondary inflorescence branches, is of importance in both agronomy and developmental biology. The position and number of primary branches are established during the phase transition from vegetative to reproductive growth, and several of the genes identified as participating in this process do so by regulating the meristemic activities of inflorescence. However, little is known about… CONTINUE READING

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