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Author Bai X., Huang Y., Mao D., Wen M., Zhang L., Xing Y.
Title Regulatory role of FZP in the determination of panicle branching and spikelet formation in rice.
Abstract:
FRIZZLE PANICLE (FZP) and RFL/ABERRANT PANICLE ORGANIZATION 2 (APO2) play important roles in regulating the ABCDE floral organ identity genes. However, the relationships among FZP and these floral identity genes in the regulation of panicle formation remain unclear. Here, we used the novel mutant FZP-11, wild-type and FZP-overexpressing plants to compare the expression of these genes during panicle development by real-time PCR and in situ hybridization. The results indicate that FZP is a major negative regulator of RFL/APO2 and determines the transition from panicle branching to spikelet formation. Moreover, overexpression of FZP severely represses axillary meristem formation in both the vegetative and reproductive phases and the outgrowth of secondary branches in panicle. FZP overexpression positively regulates the expression of a subset of the class B genes, AGL6 genes (OsMADS6 and OsMADS17) as well as class E genes (OsMADS1, OsMADS7 and OsMADS8) in floral meristem (FM). Thus, it suggested that FZP could specify floral organ identity by regulating the related OsMADS-box genes.
Journal Sci Rep
Country China
Volume 6
Pages 19022
Year 2016
PubMed ID 26744119
PubMed Central ID 4705600
DOI 10.1038/srep19022
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Relation
Gene FZP LHS1 MADS17 MADS58 MADS7 MFO1 RFL
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