The Arabidopsis thaliana AT PRP39-1 gene, encoding a tetratricopeptide repeat protein with similarity to the yeast pre-mRNA processing protein PRP39, affects flowering time

@article{Wang2007TheAT,
  title={The Arabidopsis thaliana AT PRP39-1 gene, encoding a tetratricopeptide repeat protein with similarity to the yeast pre-mRNA processing protein PRP39, affects flowering time},
  author={Cunxi Wang and Q. I. Tian and Zhenglin Hou and Mark Mucha and Milo J. Aukerman and Odd-Arne Olsen},
  journal={Plant Cell Reports},
  year={2007},
  volume={26},
  pages={1357-1366}
}
Flowering is regulated by a network integrated from four major pathways, including the photoperiod, vernalization, gibberellin, and autonomous pathways. RNA processing within the autonomous pathway is well known to regulate Arabidopsis thaliana flowering time. Here we identify a novel Arabidopsis gene, designated AT PRP39-1, that affects flowering time. Based on observations that homozygous at prp39-1 plants are late flowering under both long and short days and responsive to GA and… CONTINUE READING
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