Relationship between endodormancy, FLOWERING LOCUS T and cell cycle genes in Vitis vinifera.
Santiago, Chile. In Planta, Nov 2015
To understand developmental differences and contrasting responses to environmental cues between both organs, the expression of cell cycle genes, and of genes involved in photoperiodic control of seasonal growth in trees, such as FLOWERING LOCUS T (FT), APETALA1 (AP1) and AINTEGUMENTA-like (AIL) was analyzed at the shoot apex and latent buds of vines during the transition from PD to ED.
AINTEGUMENTA-LIKE proteins: hubs in a plethora of networks.
Wageningen, Netherlands. In Trends Plant Sci, 2014
Members of the AINTEGUMENTA-LIKE (AIL) family of APETALA 2/ETHYLENE RESPONSE FACTOR (AP2/ERF) domain transcription factors are expressed in all dividing tissues in the plant, where they have central roles in developmental processes such as embryogenesis, stem cell niche specification, meristem maintenance, organ positioning, and growth.
HAM proteins promote organ indeterminacy: but how?
United States. In Plant Signal Behav, 2012
Finally, I note the significant phenotypic overlap between Atham phenotypes, and aintegumenta/anintegumenta-like6 double mutant phenotypes, suggesting meristem regulatory functions common to, and possible genetic interactions between, HAM and AINTEGUMENTA.
VISUAL RESPONSES IN THE EYE OF THE DRAGON FLY.
In Science, 1963
Responses to illumination recorded from cells in the eye of the dragonfly are similar to responses of cells in the eye of Limulus and are affected in the same manner by currents through the cell membrane.