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CGSNL Gene Symbol FZP
Gene Symbol Synonym fzp*, fzp, OsBD1, BD1, OsERF#078, OsERF078, OsERF78, ERF78, AP2/EREBP#133, AP2/EREBP133, BFL1
Gene Name Synonym frizzy panicle, BRANCHED SILKLESS 1 homolog, ethylene response factor 78, APETALA2/ethylene-responsive element binding protein 133, BRANCHED FLORETLESS 1, FRIZZLE PANICLE
Protein Name
Allele fzp-1, fzp-2, fzp-3, fzp-4, fzp-5, fzp-6, fzp-7, fzp-FM44, fzp-KH1, fzp-KH56, fzp-8, fzp-9, fzp-10, fzp-g, bfl1, fzp-11
Chromosome No. 7
Explanation Frizzy plants produce no seed, being propagated as heterozygotes. Development of the rachis branches appears to be normal, but small branches continue to be formed instead of spikelets. These branches appear to produce multiple rachillas. [238] fzp is located on chromosome 7 flanked by markers R1789 bs 3817R. ETHYLENE RESPONSIVE ELEMENT BINDING FACTOR. PO:0009049; inflorescence ; PO:0009046; flower. AB103120. AB568302. qSBN7 (SECONDARY BRANCH NUMBER7) is a novel allele of FZP (Wang et al. 2020).
Trait Class Reproductive organ - Inflorescence
Seed - Morphological traits - Grain shape
Character as QTL - Yield and productivity
Expression spikelet - Sp1 - Formation of a pair of rudimentary glume primordia
cDNA Accession No. AK105365
MSU ID LOC_Os07g47330.1
RAP ID Os07g0669500
Links Oryzabase Chromosome View ( IRGSP 1.0 / Build5 )
RAP-DB ( IRGSP 1.0 / Build5 )
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Link map Classical linkage map
Wang S.S., Chung C.L., Chen K.Y., Chen R.K.
Genetics 2020  215(1)  243-252
A Novel Variation in the <i>FRIZZLE PANICLE</i> (<i>FZP</i>) Gene Promoter Improves grain number and Yield in Rice.
Song S., Wang G., Hu Y., Liu H., Bai X., Qin R., Xing Y.
J. Exp. Bot. 2018  69(18)  4283-4293
OsMFT1 increases spikelets per panicle and delays heading date in rice by suppressing Ehd1, FZP and SEPALLATA-like genes.
Qin R., Zeng D., Yang C., Akhter D., Alamin M., Jin X., Shi C.
Genes (Basel) 2018  9(6) 
<i>LTBSG1</i>, a New Allele of <i>BRD2</i>, Regulates Panicle and Grain Development in Rice by Brassinosteroid Biosynthetic Pathway.
Bai X., Huang Y., Mao D., Wen M., Zhang L., Xing Y.
Sci Rep 2016  6  19022
Regulatory role of FZP in the determination of panicle branching and spikelet formation in rice.
Ikeda M., Miura K., Aya K., Kitano H., Matsuoka M.
Curr. Opin. Plant Biol. 2013  16(2)  213-20
Genes offering the potential for designing yield-related traits in rice.
Lee D.Y., An G.
Plant J. 2012  69(3)  445-61
Two AP2 family genes, SUPERNUMERARY BRACT (SNB) and OsINDETERMINATE SPIKELET 1 (OsIDS1), synergistically control inflorescence architecture and floral meristem establishment in rice.
Rashid M., Guangyuan H., Guangxiao Y., Hussain J., Xu Y.
Evol. Bioinform. Online 2012  8  321-355
AP2/ERF Transcription Factor in Rice: Genome-Wide Canvas and Syntenic Relationships between Monocots and Eudicots.
Kato T., Horibata A.
Euphytica 2012  184  65-72
A novel frameshift mutant allele, FZP-10, affecting the panicle architecture of rice
Jung KH,Seo YS,Walia H,Cao P,Fukao T,Canlas PE,Amonpant F,Bailey-Serres J,Ronald PC
Plant Physiol. 2010  152  1674-92
The submergence tolerance regulator Sub1A mediates stress-responsive expression of AP2/ERF transcription factors.
Nakano T, Suzuki K, Fujimura T, Shinshi H.
Plant Physiol. 2006  140(2)  411-32
Genome-wide analysis of the ERF gene family in Arabidopsis and rice.
Pozzi, C.
Theor. Appl. Genet. 2006  112, no. 6  1073
Candidate genes for barley mutants involved in plant architecture: an in silico approach.
Zhu,Q.H., Hoque,M.S., Dennis,E.S. and Upadhyaya,N.M.
BMC Plant Biol. 2003  3  6
Ds tagging of BRANCHED FLORETLESS 1 (BFL1) that mediates the transition from spikelet to floret meristem in rice (Oryza sativa L)
Komatsu,M., Chujo,A., Nagato,Y., Shimamoto,K. and Kyozuka,J.
Development 2003  130(16)  3841-3850
FRIZZY PANICLE is required to prevent the formation of axillary meristems and to establish floral meristem identity in rice spikelets.
Komatsu, M., Maekawa, M., Shimamoto, K. and Kyozuka, J.
Dev. Biol. 2001  231  364-373
The LAX1 and FRIZZY PANICLE 2 genes determine the inflorescence architecture of rice by controlling rachis-branch and spikelet development.
Mackill, D.J., S.R.M. Pinson and J.N. Rutger
RGN 1992  9  100-102.
Frizzy panicle, an EMS-induced mutant in the Japonica cultivar M-201.
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DB Reference
Gramene ID GR:0060339
Gene Ontology transcription factor activity( GO:0003700 )
DNA binding( GO:0003677 )
nucleus( GO:0005634 )
transcription, DNA-dependent( GO:0006351 )
multicellular organismal development( GO:0007275 )
maintenance of meristem identity( GO:0010074 )
floral meristem determinacy( GO:0010582 )
regulation of transcription( GO:0045449 )
maintenance of floral organ identity( GO:0048497 )
specification of floral organ identity( GO:0010093 )
inflorescence development( GO:0010229 )
Trait Ontology panicle type( TO:0000089 )
flower anatomy and morphology trait( TO:0000499 )
inflorescence branching( TO:0000050 )
grain number( TO:0002759 )
panicle number( TO:0000152 )
inflorescence development trait( TO:0000621 )
grain yield( TO:0000396 )
secondary branch number( TO:0000557 )
grain length( TO:0000734 )
panicle shape( TO:0000262 )
Plant Ontology flower( PO:0009046 )
inflorescence( PO:0009049 )
inflorescence development stage( PO:0001083 )
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Last updated
Nov 22, 2021