Target Genes of the MADS Transcription Factor SEPALLATA3: Integration of Developmental and Hormonal Pathways in the Arabidopsis Flower

@article{Kaufmann2009TargetGO,
  title={Target Genes of the MADS Transcription Factor SEPALLATA3: Integration of Developmental and Hormonal Pathways in the Arabidopsis Flower},
  author={Kerstin Kaufmann and Jose M. Mui{\~n}o and Ruy J{\'a}uregui and Chiara A. Airoldi and Cezary Smaczniak and Pawel Krajewski and Gerco C. Angenent},
  journal={PLoS Biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={7},
  pages={523 - 530}
}
The molecular mechanisms by which floral homeotic genes act as major developmental switches to specify the identity of floral organs are still largely unknown. Floral homeotic genes encode transcription factors of the MADS-box family, which are supposed to assemble in a combinatorial fashion into organ-specific multimeric protein complexes. Major mediators of protein interactions are MADS-domain proteins of the SEPALLATA subfamily, which play a crucial role in the development of all types of… CONTINUE READING
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