Tendril-less regulates tendril formation in pea leaves.

@article{Hofer2009TendrillessRT,
  title={Tendril-less regulates tendril formation in pea leaves.},
  author={Julie M I Hofer and Lynda F. Skinner Turner and Carol Moreau and Mike H. Ambrose and Peter Isaac and Susan E. Butcher and James Weller and Adeline Dupin and Marion Dalmais and Christine le Signor and Abdelhafid Bendahmane and Noel Ellis},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={2009},
  volume={21 2},
  pages={
          420-8
        }
}
Tendrils are contact-sensitive, filamentous organs that permit climbing plants to tether to their taller neighbors. Tendrilled legume species are grown as field crops, where the tendrils contribute to the physical support of the crop prior to harvest. The homeotic tendril-less (tl) mutation in garden pea (Pisum sativum), identified almost a century ago, transforms tendrils into leaflets. In this study, we used a systematic marker screen of fast neutron-generated tl deletion mutants to identify… CONTINUE READING

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