The CBF gene family in hexaploid wheat and its relationship to the phylogenetic complexity of cereal CBFs

@article{Badawi2006TheCG,
  title={The CBF gene family in hexaploid wheat and its relationship to the phylogenetic complexity of cereal CBFs},
  author={Mohamed A. Badawi and Jean Danyluk and Barbara Boucho and Mario Houde and Fathey Sarhan},
  journal={Molecular Genetics and Genomics },
  year={2006},
  volume={277},
  pages={533 - 554}
}
Most temperate plants tolerate both chilling and freezing temperatures whereas many species from tropical regions suffer chilling injury when exposed to temperatures slightly above freezing. Cold acclimation induces the expression of cold-regulated genes needed to protect plants against freezing stress. This induction is mediated, in part, by the CBF transcription factor family. To understand the evolution and function of this family in cereals, we identified and characterized 15 different CBF… CONTINUE READING
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