The 14-3-3 Proteins mu and upsilon influence transition to flowering and early phytochrome response.

@article{Mayfield2007The1P,
  title={The 14-3-3 Proteins mu and upsilon influence transition to flowering and early phytochrome response.},
  author={John D. Mayfield and Kevin M Folta and Anna-Lisa Paul and Robert Ferl},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={145 4},
  pages={1692-702}
}
14-3-3 proteins regulate a diverse set of biological responses but developmental phenotypes associated with 14-3-3 mutations have not been described in plants. Here, physiological and biochemical tests demonstrate interactions between 14-3-3s and the well-established mechanisms that govern light sensing and photoperiodic flowering control. Plants featuring homozygous disruption of 14-3-3 isoforms upsilon and mu display defects in light sensing and/or response. Mutant plants flower late and… CONTINUE READING

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