Two LEAFY homologs ILFY1 and ILFY2 control reproductive and vegetative developments in Isoetes L.

@inproceedings{Yang2017TwoLH,
  title={Two LEAFY homologs ILFY1 and ILFY2 control reproductive and vegetative developments in Isoetes L.},
  author={Tao Yang and Ming-fang Du and You-hao Guo and Xing Liu},
  booktitle={Scientific Reports},
  year={2017}
}
LEAFY (LFY) is a plant-specific transcription factor, which is found in algae and all land plants. LFY homologs exert ancestral roles in regulating cell division and obtain novel functions to control floral identity. Isoetes L. is an ancient genus of heterosporous lycophytes. However, characters about LFY homologs in lycophytes remain poorly investigated. In this study, two LFY homologs, ILFY1 and ILFY2, were cloned from five Isoetes species, including I. hypsophila, I. yunguiensis, I. sinensis… CONTINUE READING

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