The BEL1-type homeobox gene SH5 induces seed shattering by enhancing abscission-zone development and inhibiting lignin biosynthesis.

@article{Yoon2014TheBH,
  title={The BEL1-type homeobox gene SH5 induces seed shattering by enhancing abscission-zone development and inhibiting lignin biosynthesis.},
  author={Jinmi Yoon and Lae-Hyeon Cho and Song Lim Kim and Heebak Choi and Hee-Jong Koh and Gynheung An},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={79 5},
  pages={717-28}
}
Seed shattering is an important trait that influences grain yield. A major controlling quantitative trait locus in rice is qSH1. Although the degree of shattering is correlated with the level of expression of qSH1, some qSH1-defective cultivars display moderate shattering while others show a non-shattering phenotype. Os05 g38120 (SH5) on chromosome 5 is highly homologous to qSH1. Although we detected SH5 transcripts in various organs, this gene was highly expressed at the abscission zone (AZ… CONTINUE READING
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