The class I protein AtTCP15 modulates plant development through a pathway that overlaps with the one affected by CIN-like TCP proteins.

@article{UbertiManassero2012TheCI,
  title={The class I protein AtTCP15 modulates plant development through a pathway that overlaps with the one affected by CIN-like TCP proteins.},
  author={Nora G Uberti-Manassero and Leandro E Lucero and Ivana L. Viola and Abelardo Carlos Vegetti and Daniel H{\'e}ctor Gonz{\'a}lez},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2012},
  volume={63 2},
  pages={809-23}
}
The function of the class I TCP transcription factor TCP15 from Arabidopsis thaliana has been studied through the analysis of plants that express a fusion of this protein to the EAR repressor domain. Constitutive expression of TCP15-EAR produces growth arrest at the seedling stage, before leaf emergence. Expression of the repressor fusion from the AtTCP15 promoter produces small plants with leaves whose margins progressively curve upwards, starting from the basal part of the lamina. Leaves… CONTINUE READING

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