The barley Hooded mutation caused by a duplication in a homeobox gene intron

@article{Mller1995TheBH,
  title={The barley Hooded mutation caused by a duplication in a homeobox gene intron},
  author={K. M{\"u}ller and N. Romano and O. Gerstner and Federico Garcia-Marotot and C. Pozzi and F. Salamini and W. Rohde},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1995},
  volume={374},
  pages={727-730}
}
IN barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) the unit of inflorescence is the spikelet, which bears a fertile bract, the lemma, and the floret consisting of palea, two lodicules, three stamens and the pistil1. The Hooded mutation causes the appearance of an extra flower of inverse polarity on the lemma2. This phenotype is governed by the single dominant genetic locus K3. Here we show that the homeobox gene Knox3 represents this locus. Ectopic Knox3 gene expression in the primordium of the extra floret is… Expand
Genetics of Barley Hooded Suppression
Analysis of the barley bract suppression gene Trd1
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