Wheat flowering repressor VRN2 and promoter CO2 compete for interactions with NUCLEAR FACTOR-Y complexes.

@article{Li2011WheatFR,
  title={Wheat flowering repressor VRN2 and promoter CO2 compete for interactions with NUCLEAR FACTOR-Y complexes.},
  author={Chengxia Li and Assaf Distelfeld and Alfio Comis and Jorge Dubcovsky},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={67 5},
  pages={
          763-73
        }
}
The transition from vegetative to reproductive development in the temperate cereals is mainly regulated by seasonal cues including vernalization (determined mainly by VRN1 and VRN2 genes) and photoperiod (determined mainly by PPD1 and CO2 genes). The wheat VRN3 gene, which is similar to Arabidopsis FT, plays a central role in the integration of the competing signals from these two pathways. Under long days, VRN3 transcription is down-regulated by VRN2, a unique flowering repressor in cereals… CONTINUE READING

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