The early-flowering mutant efs is involved in the autonomous promotion pathway of Arabidopsis thaliana.

  title={The early-flowering mutant efs is involved in the autonomous promotion pathway of Arabidopsis thaliana.},
  author={Wim J. J. Soppe and Le{\'o}nie Bentsink and Maarten Koornneef},
  volume={126 21},
The transition to flowering is a crucial moment in a plant's life cycle of which the mechanism has only been partly revealed. In a screen for early flowering, after mutagenesis of the late-flowering fwa mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana, the early flowering in short days (efs) mutant was identified. Under long-day light conditions, the recessive monogenic efs mutant flowers at the same time as wild type but, under short-day conditions, the mutant flowers much earlier. In addition to its early… CONTINUE READING

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