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Multiple environmental and endogenous inputs regulate when plants flower. The molecular genetic dissection of flowering time control in Arabidopsis has identified an integrated network of pathways that quantitatively control the timing of this developmental switch. This framework provides the basis to understand the evolution of different reproductive strategies and how floral pathways interact through seasonal progression.
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Full-text links Cite Favorites. Abstract Multiple environmental and endogenous inputs regulate when plants flower. Levy YY, et al. PMID: Arabidopsis transcription factors and the regulation of flowering time: a genomic perspective.
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Arabidopsis, the rosetta stone of flowering time? (Review: flowering)
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Multiple environmental and endogenous inputs regulate when plants flower. The molecular genetic dissection of flowering time control in Arabidopsis has identified an integrated network of pathways that quantitatively control the timing of this developmental switch. This framework provides the basis to understand the evolution of different reproductive strategies and how floral pathways interact through seasonal progression.
Arabidopsis, the Rosetta stone of flowering time?