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RETARDED PALEA1 Controls Palea Development and Floral Zygomorphy in Rice

Poaceae, one of the largest flowering plant families in angiosperms, evolved distinct inflorescence and flower morphology diverging from eudicots and other monocots. However, the mechanism underlying the specification of flower morphology in grasses remains unclear. Here we show that floral... Full description

1st Person: Yuan, Zheng verfasserin
Additional Persons: Gao, Shan verfasserin; Xue, Da-Wei verfasserin; Luo, Da verfasserin; Li, Lan-Tian verfasserin; Ding, Shu-Yan verfasserin; Yao, Xuan verfasserin; Wilson, Zoe A. verfasserin; Qian, Qian verfasserin; Zhang, Da-Bing verfasserin
Source: in Plant Physiology Vol. 149, No. 1 (2009), p. 235-244
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2009
Online: Volltext
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