Gene - Detail

Detail of Gene

Click here for feedback

Basic Information
CGSNL Gene Symbol RAG
Gene Symbol Synonym MADS3, OsMADS3, OsMADS3(t), RMADS222, RAG1
Gene Name Synonym MADS box gene3, MADS-box transcription factor 3, Protein AGAMOUS-like
Allele mads3-1, mads3-2, mads3-3, mads3-4, osmads3, osmads3-2, osmads3-3
Chromosome No. 1
Explanation Lodicules are homeotically transformed into stamens. Q40704. floral homeotic C-class gene. L37528. a rice homolog of AGAMOUS. KC611053-KC611064 (O. sativa and wild rice species, partial cds).
Trait Class Reproductive organ - panicle
Reproductive organ - Spikelet, flower, glume, awn
Reproductive organ - Pollination, fertilization, fertility - Male sterility
Reproductive organ - Inflorescence
Expression spikelet - Sp6 - Formation of stamen primordia
spikelet - Sp7 - Formation of carpel primordium
cDNA Accession No. AK108568
MSU ID LOC_Os01g10504.1
RAP ID Os01g0201700
Links Oryzabase Chromosome View ( IRGSP 1.0 / Build5 )
RAP-DB ( IRGSP 1.0 / Build5 )
Related IDs List ( IRGSP 1.0 / Build5 )
INSD Accession List
(Test version)
Link map Classical linkage map
Hu J., Huang L., Chen G., Liu H., Zhang Y., Zhang R., Zhang S., Liu J., Hu Q., Hu F., Wang W., Ding Y.
Rice (N Y) 2021  14(1)  90
The Elite Alleles of OsSPL4 Regulate grain size and Increase Grain Yield in Rice.
Li M., Fu D., Xu T., Wu C.
Int J Mol Sci 2021  22(15) 
<i>VPB1</i> Encoding BELL-like homeodomain Protein Is Involved in Rice Panicle Architecture.
Wu T., Ali A., Wang J., Song J., Fang Y., Zhou T., Luo Y., Zhang H., Chen X., Liao Y., Liu Y., Xu P., Wu X.
BMC Plant Biol. 2021  21(1)  390
A homologous gene of OsREL2/ASP1, ASP-LSL regulates pleiotropic phenotype including long sterile lemma in rice.
Dreni L., Ravasio A., Gonzalez-Schain N., Jacchia S., da Silva GJ., Ricagno S., Russo R., Caselli F., Gregis V., Kater M.M.
Front Plant Sci 2020  11  637
Functionally Divergent Splicing Variants of the Rice AGAMOUS Ortholog OsMADS3 Are Evolutionary Conserved in Grasses.
Duan Y., Chen Y., Li W., Pan M., Qu X., Shi X., Cai Z., Liu H., Zhao F., Kong L., Ye Y., Wang F., Xue Y., Wu W.
Plant Physiol. 2019  181(4)  1600-1614
<i>RETINOBLASTOMA-RELATED</i> Genes Specifically Control Inner Floral Organ Morphogenesis and pollen Development in Rice.
Ke S., Liu X.J., Luan X., Yang W., Zhu H., Liu G., Zhang G., Wang S.
Gene 2018  675  285-300
Genome-wide transcriptome profiling provides insights into panicle development of rice (Oryza sativa L.).
Wang L., Yuan J., Ma Y., Jiao W., Ye W., Yang D.L., Yi C., Chen Z.J.
Mol Plant 2018  11(2)  300-314
Rice Interploidy Crosses Disrupt Epigenetic Regulation, Gene Expression, and Seed Development.
Sun L., Xiang X., Yang Z., Yu P., Wen X., Wang H., Abbas A., Muhammad Khan R., Zhang Y., Cheng S., Cao L.
Int J Mol Sci 2018  19(12) 
<i>OsGPAT3</i> Plays a Critical Role in anther wall Programmed Cell Death and pollen Development in Rice.
Lin H., Yu J., Pearce S.P., Zhang D., Wilson Z.A.
Plant J. 2017  92(6)  1076-1091
RiceAntherNet: a gene co-expression network for identifying anther and pollen development genes.
Ko S.S., Li M.J., Lin Y.J., Hsing H.X., Yang T.T., Chen T.K., Jhong C.M., Ku M.S.
Front Plant Sci 2017  8  1258
Tightly Controlled Expression of bHLH142 Is Essential for Timely Tapetal Programmed Cell Death and pollen Development in Rice.
Yu H., Ruan B., Wang Z., Ren D., Zhang Y., Leng Y., Zeng D., Hu J., Zhang G., Zhu L., Gao Z., Chen G., Guo L., Chen W., Qian Q.
Front Plant Sci 2017  8  486
Fine Mapping of a Novel defective glume 1 (dg1) Mutant, Which Affects Vegetative and Spikelet Development in Rice.
Cao H., Li X., Wang Z., Ding M., Sun Y., Dong F., Chen F., Liu L., Doughty J., Li Y., Liu Y.X.
Plant Physiol. 2015  168(4)  1389-405
histone H2B Monoubiquitination Mediated by HISTONE MONOUBIQUITINATION1 and HISTONE MONOUBIQUITINATION2 Is Involved in Anther Development by Regulating Tapetum Degradation-Related Genes in Rice.
Marathi B., Jena K.K.
Euphytica 2014  201  1-14
Floral traits to enhance outcrossing for higher hybrid seed production in rice: present status and future prospects
Nayar S., Kapoor M., Kapoor S.
J. Exp. Bot. 2014  65(18)  5339-50
Post-translational regulation of rice MADS29 function: homodimerization or binary interactions with other seed-expressed MADS proteins modulate its translocation into the nucleus.
Zhu,T., Xu,P.Z., Liu,J.P., Peng,S., Mo,X.C. and Gao,L.Z.
Mol. Phylogenet. Evol. 2014  70  348-361
Phylogenetic relationships and genome divergence among the AA- genome species of the genus Oryza as revealed by 53 nuclear genes and 16 intergenic regions
Sato H., Yoshida K., Mitsuda N., Ohme-Takagi M., Takamizo T.
Plant Sci. 2012  183  183-9
Male-sterile and cleistogamous phenotypes in tall fescue induced by chimeric repressors of SUPERWOMAN1 and OsMADS58.
Dreni L., Pilatone A., Yun D., Erreni S., Pajoro A., Caporali E., Zhang D., Kater M.M.
Plant Cell 2011  23(8)  2850-63
Functional analysis of all AGAMOUS subfamily members in rice reveals their roles in reproductive organ identity determination and meristem determinacy.
Li H., Liang W., Hu Y., Zhu L., Yin C., Xu J., Dreni L., Kater M.M., Zhang D.
Plant Cell 2011  23(7)  2536-52
Rice MADS6 interacts with the floral homeotic genes SUPERWOMAN1, MADS3, MADS58, MADS13, and DROOPING LEAF in specifying floral organ identities and meristem fate.
Hu L,Liang W,Yin C,Cui X,Zong J,Wang X,Hu J,Zhang D
Plant Cell 2011  23(2)  515-33
Rice MADS3 Regulates ROS Homeostasis during Late Anther Development.
Arora R., Agarwal P., Ray S., Ashok Kumar Singh, Vijay Pal Singh, Akhilesh K Tyagi, Kapoor S.
BMC Genomics 2007  8  242
MADS-box gene family in rice: genome-wide identification, organization and expression profiling during reproductive development and stress.
Yamaguchi,T., Lee,D.Y., Miyao,A., Hirochika,H., An,G. and Hirano,H.Y.
Plant Cell 2006  18  15-28
Functional diversification of the two C-class MADS box genes OSMADS3 and OSMADS58 in Oryza sativa.
Prasad K., Parameswaran S., Vijayraghavan U.
The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology 2005  43(6)  915-28
OsMADS1, a rice MADS-box factor, controls differentiation of specific cell types in the lemma and palea and is an early-acting regulator of inner floral organs.
Kyozuka, J. and K. Shimamoto
Plant Cell Physiol. 2002  43  130-135.
Ectopic expression of OsMADS3, a rice ortholog of AGAMOUS, caused a homeotic transformation of lodicules to stamens in transgenic rice plants.
Kyozuka,J., Kobayashi,T., Morita,M. and Shimamoto,K.
Plant Cell Physiol. 2000  41(6)  710-718
Spatially and temporally regulated expression of rice MADS bos genes with similarity to Arabidopsis class A, B, C genes
Kang,H.G., Noh,Y.S., Chung,Y.Y., Costa,M.A., An,K. and An,G.
Plant Mol. Biol. 1995  29(1)  1-10
Phenotypic alterations of petal and sepal by ectopic expression of a rice MADS box gene in tobacco.
TextPresso Search Search textpresso for RAG ( Recent references may be retrievable, but without any warranty )
DB Reference
Gramene ID -
Gene Ontology flower development( GO:0009908 )
cell differentiation( GO:0030154 )
sequence-specific DNA binding( GO:0043565 )
DNA binding( GO:0003677 )
transcription factor activity( GO:0003700 )
nucleus( GO:0005634 )
transcription( GO:0006350 )
regulation of transcription, DNA-dependent( GO:0006355 )
anther development( GO:0048653 )
inflorescence development( GO:0010229 )
Trait Ontology stamen anatomy and morphology trait( TO:0000215 )
lodicule anatomy and morphology trait( TO:0006009 )
lodicule development trait( TO:0006023 )
flower development trait( TO:0000622 )
inflorescence development trait( TO:0000621 )
Plant Ontology stamen( PO:0009029 )
lodicule( PO:0009036 )
anther development stage( PO:0001004 )
flower development stage( PO:0007615 )
inflorescence development stage( PO:0001083 )
lodicule development stage( PO:0001049 )
Related Strains
Phenotype images
Last updated
May 24, 2022