The strawberry gene FaGAST affects plant growth through inhibition of cell elongation.

@article{Fuente2006TheSG,
  title={The strawberry gene FaGAST affects plant growth through inhibition of cell elongation.},
  author={Jos{\'e} Ignacio de la Fuente and Iraida Amaya and Cristina Castillejo and Jos{\'e} F. S{\'a}nchez-Sevilla and Miguel Angel Quesada and Miguel A Botella and Victoriano Valpuesta},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2006},
  volume={57 10},
  pages={2401-11}
}
The strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa) FaGAST gene encodes a small protein with 12 cysteine residues conserved in the C-terminal region similar to a group of proteins identified in other species with diverse assigned functions such as cell division, elongation, or elongation arrest. This gene is expressed in the fruit receptacle, with two peaks during ripening at the white and the red-ripe stages, both coincident with an arrest in the growth pattern. Expression is also high in the roots but… CONTINUE READING
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