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Modifications of a conserved regulatory network involving INDEHISCENT controls multiple aspects of reproductive tissue development in Arabidopsis

Kay, P.; Groszmann, Michael; Ross, J. J.; Parish, R. W.; Swain, S. M.


Disrupting pollen tube growth and fertilization in Arabidopsis plants leads to reduced seed set and silique size, providing a powerful genetic system with which to identify genes with important roles in plant fertility. A transgenic Arabidopsis line with reduced pollen tube growth, seed set and silique growth was used as the progenitor in a genetic screen to isolate suppressors with increased seed set and silique size. This screen generated a new allele of INDEHISCENT (IND), a gene originally...[Show more]

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Date published: 2012-11-05
Type: Journal article
Source: The New phytologist
DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2012.04373.x
Access Rights: Open Access via publisher site


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