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Basic Information
CGSNL Gene Symbol OSH1
Gene Symbol Synonym OSKN1, Oskn1, OsKN1, OSH1/Oskn1, HB75
Gene Name Synonym Oryza sativa homeobox1, Homeobox protein OSH1, Homeobox protein knotted-1-like 6, Homeobox protein knotted-1-like 1, Rice KNOX gene-1, KNOX PROTEIN 1, KNOX protein 1, KNOX protein 1, HOMEOBOX 1, HOMEOBOX PROTEIN OSH1
Allele osh1, osh1-1, osh1-2
Chromosome No. 3
Explanation Knotted-type homeobox gene which shows specific expression in the embryo, shoot and flower organ primordium. OSH1 is responsible to maintain cells in an indeterminate state in all meristematic tissues. D16507. P46609. C19151, AU091905. AF003599. an ortholog of KNOTTED1 (KN1). GO:0090511: periclinal cell division.
Trait Class Other
Tolerance and resistance - Stress tolerance
Vegetative organ - Shoot apical meristem(SAM)
Reproductive organ - Spikelet, flower, glume, awn
Expression embryo - Em4 - Globular stage III
leaf - P0 - Formation of leaf founder cells
cDNA Accession No. AK107637
MSU ID LOC_Os03g51690.1
RAP ID Os03g0727000
Links Oryzabase Chromosome View ( IRGSP 1.0 / Build5 )
RAP-DB ( IRGSP 1.0 / Build5 )
Related IDs List ( IRGSP 1.0 / Build5 )
INSD Accession List
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Link to INSD Accession List
Link map Classical linkage map
Xu M., Tang D., Cheng X., Zhang J., Tang Y., Tao Q., Shi W., You A., Gu M., Cheng Z., Yu H.
Plant Physiol. 2019  180(2)  952-965
OsPINOID Regulates Stigma and Ovule Initiation through Maintenance of the floral meristem by Auxin Signaling.
Yin X., Liu X., Xu B., Lu P., Dong T., Yang D., Ye T., Feng Y.Q., Wu Y.
J. Exp. Bot. 2019  70(15)  3895-3909
OsMADS18, a membrane-bound MADS-box transcription factor, modulates plant architecture and the abscisic acid response in rice.
Liu X., Wen-Jing Cai, Yin X., Yang D., Dong T., Yu-Qi Feng, Wu Y.
J. Exp. Bot. 2019   
Two dioxygenases, slc1 and SLC2, play essential roles in shoot development of rice.
Abbai R., Singh V.K., Nachimuthu V.V., Sinha P., Selvaraj R., Vipparla A.K., Singh A.K., Singh U.M., Varshney R.K., Kumar A.
Plant Biotechnol. J. 2019   
Haplotype analysis of key genes governing grain yield and quality traits across 3K RG panel reveals scope for the development of tailor-made rice with enhanced genetic gains.
Liu S., Fu H., Jiang J., Chen Z., Gao J., Shu H., Zhang S., Yang C., Liu J.
Front Plant Sci 2019  10  848
Overexpression of a CPYC-Type Glutaredoxin, <i>OsGrxC2.2</i>, Causes Abnormal Embryos and an Increased grain weight in Rice.
Yang C., Ma Y., He Y., Tian Z., Li J.
Plant J. 2018  93(3)  489-501
OsOFP19 modulates plant architecture by integrating the cell division pattern and brassinosteroid signaling.
Song S., Chen Y., Liu L., See Y.H.B., Mao C., Gan Y., Yu H.
Nat Plants 2018  4(7)  495-504
OsFTIP7 determines auxin-mediated anther dehiscence in rice.
Zhang T., Li Y., Ma L., Sang X., Ling Y., Wang Y., Yu P., Zhuang H., Huang J., Wang N., Zhao F., Zhang C., Yang Z., Fang L., He G.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 2017   
LATERAL FLORET 1 induced the three-florets spikelet in rice.
Huang X., Peng X., Sun M.X.
New Phytol. 2017  215(3)  1039-1058
OsGCD1 is essential for rice fertility and required for embryo dorsal-ventral pattern formation and endosperm development.
Yi J., Lee Y.S., Lee D.Y., Cho M.H., Jeon J.S., An G.
J. Exp. Bot. 2016  67(8)  2425-37
OsMPK6 plays a critical role in cell differentiation during early embryogenesis in Oryza sativa.
Xu Y., Zong W., Hou X., Yao J., Liu H., Li X., Zhao Y., Xiong L.
Plant J. 2015  83(5)  806-17
OsARID3, an AT-rich Interaction Domain-containing protein, is required for shoot meristem development in rice.
Tanaka W., Ohmori Y., Ushijima T., Matsusaka H., Matsushita T., Kumamaru T., Kawano S., Hirano H.Y.
Plant Cell 2015  27(4)  1173-84
Axillary Meristem Formation in Rice Requires the WUSCHEL Ortholog TILLERS ABSENT1.
Farquharson K.L.
Plant Cell 2014  26(9)  3469
A Rice KNOX Transcription Factor Represses Brassinosteroid Production in the Shoot Apical Meristem.
Tsuda K., Kurata N., Ohyanagi H., Hake S.
Plant Cell 2014  26(9)  3488-500
Genome-Wide Study of KNOX Regulatory Network Reveals Brassinosteroid Catabolic Genes Important for Shoot Meristem Function in Rice.
Kuijt S.J., Greco R., Agalou A., Shao J., 't Hoen CC., Overnäs E., Osnato M., Curiale S., Meynard D., van Gulik R., Maraschin Sde F., Atallah M., de Kam RJ., Lamers G.E., Guiderdoni E., Rossini L., Meijer A.H., Ouwerkerk P.B.
Plant Physiol. 2014  164(4)  1952-66
Interaction between the GROWTH-REGULATING FACTOR and KNOTTED1-LIKE HOMEOBOX Families of Transcription Factors[W].
Zhang J.J., Xue H.W.
J Integr Plant Biol 2013  55(3)  232-49
OsLEC1/OsHAP3E participates in the determination of meristem identity in both vegetative and reproductive developments of rice.
Ohmori Y., Tanaka W., Kojima M., Sakakibara H., Hirano H.Y.
Plant Cell 2013  25(1)  229-41
WUSCHEL-RELATED HOMEOBOX4 is involved in meristem maintenance and is negatively regulated by the CLE gene FCP1 in rice.
Luo J., Liu H., Zhou T., Gu B., Huang X., Shangguan Y., Zhu J., Li Y., Zhao Y., Wang Y., Zhao Q., Wang A., Wang Z., Sang T., Wang Z., Han B.
Plant Cell 2013  25(9)  3360-76
An-1 encodes a basic helix-loop-helix protein that regulates awn development, grain size, and grain number in rice.
Itoh J.I., Hibara K.I., Kojima M., Sakakibara H., Nagato Y.
Plant J. 2012  72  869-881
Rice DECUSSATE controls phyllotaxy by affecting the cytokinin signaling pathway.
Luo L., Li W., Miura K., Ashikari M., Kyozuka J.
Plant Cell Physiol. 2012  53(10)  1793-801
Control of tiller growth of rice by OsSPL14 and Strigolactones, which work in two independent pathways.
Tsuda K., Ito Y., Sato Y., Kurata N.
Plant Cell 2011  23(12)  4368-81
Positive autoregulation of a KNOX gene is essential for shoot apical meristem maintenance in rice.
Ito Y,Kimura F,Hirakata K,Tsuda K,Takasugi T,Eiguchi M,Nakagawa K,Kurata N
Plant J. 2011  66(4)  680-8
Fatty acid elongase is required for shoot development in rice.
Tsuda K., Ito Y., Yamaki S., Miyao A., Hirochika H., Kurata N.
Plant Science 2009  177  131-135
Isolation and mapping of three rice mutants that showed ectopic expression of KNOX genes in leaves
Gao Z,Qian Q,Liu X,Yan M,Feng Q,Dong G,Liu J,Han B
Plant Mol. Biol. 2009  71(3)  265-76
Dwarf 88, a novel putative esterase gene affecting architecture of rice plant.
Abe M., Kuroshita H., Umeda M., Jun-Ichi Itoh, Nagato Y.
Dev. Biol. 2008  319(2)  384-93
The rice flattened shoot meristem, encoding CAF-1 p150 subunit, is required for meristem maintenance by regulating the cell-cycle period.
Jain M,Tyagi AK,Khurana JP
FEBS J. 2008  275  2845-61
Genome-wide identification, classification, evolutionary expansion and expression analyses of homeobox genes in rice.
Yamaguchi,T., Nakayama,K., Hayashi,T., Yazaki,J., Kishimoto,N., Kikuchi,S. and Koike,S.
Biosci. Biotechnol. Biochem. 2004  68(6)  1315-1323
cDNA Microarray Analysis of Rice Anther Genes under Chilling Stress at the Microsporogenesis Stage Revealed Two Genes with DNA Transposon Castaway in the 5'-Flanking Region.
Kuijt SJ, Lamers GE, Rueb S, Scarpella E, Ouwerkerk PB, Spaink HP, Meijer AH.
Plant Mol. Biol. 2004  55(6)  781-796
Different subcellular localization and trafficking properties of KNOX class 1 homeodomain proteins from rice.
Ito, Y., Eiguchi, M. and Kurata, N.
Genesis 2001  30  231-238
Sentoku, N., Sato, Y. and Matsuoka, M.
Dev. Biol. 2000  220  358-364
Sentoku,N., Sato,Y., Kurata,N., Ito,Y., Kitano,H. and Matsuoka,M.
Plant Cell 1999  11(9)  1651-1663
Regional expression of the rice KN1-type homeobox gene family during embryo, shoot, and flower development.
Satoh, N., S-K. Hong, A. Nishimura, M. Matsuoka, H. Kitano, Y. Nagato.
Development 1999  126  3629-3636.
Initiation of shoot apical meristem in rice: characterization of four SHOOTLESS genes.
Liu,G., Yan,C., Zhai,W., He,P., Yang,J., Li,X. and Zhu,L.
Sci. China, C, Life Sciences 1999  42(2)  162-170
Amplification, analysis and chromosome mapping of novel homeobox-containing and homeobox-flanking sequences in rice
Sato Y, Tamaoki M, Murakami T, Yamamoto N, Kano-Murakami Y, Matsuoka M.
Molecular Genetics & Genomics (Molecular General Genetics up to 2001) 1996  251(1)  13-22
Abnormal cell divisions in leaf primordia caused by the expression of the rice homeobox gene OSH1 lead to altered morphology of leaves in transgenic tobacco.
Sato Y., S.-K. Hong, A. Tagiri, H. Kitano, N. Yamamoto, Y. Nagato and M. Matsuoka
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 1996  93  8117-8122.
A rice homeobox gene, OSH1, is expressd before organ differentiation in a specific region during early embryogenesis.
Matsuoka M, Ichikawa H, Saito A, Tada Y, Fujimura T, Kano-Murakami Y.
Plant Cell 1993  5(9)  1039-1048
Expression of a rice homeobox gene causes altered morphology of transgenic plants.
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DB Reference
Gramene ID GR:0061179
Gene Ontology DNA binding( GO:0003677 )
transcription factor activity( GO:0003700 )
transcription( GO:0006350 )
brassinosteroid mediated signaling( GO:0009742 )
brassinosteroid biosynthetic process( GO:0016132 )
nucleus( GO:0005634 )
regulation of transcription, DNA-dependent( GO:0006355 )
sequence-specific DNA binding( GO:0043565 )
anther dehiscence( GO:0009901 )
anther development( GO:0048653 )
Trait Ontology leaf shape( TO:0000492 )
temperature response trait( TO:0000432 )
leaf sheath length( TO:0002689 )
leaf lamina joint bending( TO:0002688 )
leaf angle( TO:0000206 )
auxin content( TO:0002672 )
Plant Ontology vascular leaf( PO:0009025 )
anther development stage( PO:0001004 )
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Last updated
Mar 4, 2020