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Organ asymmetry is thought to have evolved many times independently in plants. In Antirrhinum, asymmetry of the flower and its… Expand The organs of a higher plant show two fundamental axes of asymmetry: proximodistal and dorsoventral. Dorsoventrality in leaves… Expand MYB-related transcription factors are known to regulate different branches of flavonoid metabolism in plants and are believed to… Expand Dorsoventral asymmetry in flowers is thought to have evolved many times from a radially symmetrical ancestral condition. The… Expand Flowering plants exhibit two types of inflorescence architecture: determinate and indeterminate. The centroradialis mutation… Expand Flavonoids represent a large class of secondary plant metabolites, of which anthocyanins are the most conspicuous class, dueto… Expand Anomalous flowering of the Antirrhinum majus mutant squamosa (squa) is characterized by excessive formation of bracts and the… Expand The analysis of mutations affecting flower structure has led to the identification of some of the genes that direct flower… Expand Homeotic mutants have been useful for the study of animal development. Such mutants are also known in plants. The isolation and… Expand Deficiens (defA+) is a homeotic gene involved in the genetic control of Antirrhinum majus flower development. Mutation of this… Expand