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Fine mapping and candidate gene analysis of qHD5, a novel major QTL with pleiotropism for yield-related traits in rice (Oryza sativa L.).

Sun, B; Zhan, XD; Lin, ZC; Wu, WX; Yu, P; Zhang, YX; Sun, LP; Cao, LY; Cheng, SH

TAG. Theoretical and applied genetics. Theoretische und angewandte Genetik 2016

Overexpression of OsMYB1R1-VP64 fusion protein increases grain yield in rice by delaying flowering time.

Wang, J; Wu, F; Zhu, S; Xu, Y; Cheng, Z; Wang, J; Li, C; Sheng, P; Zhang, H; Cai, M; Guo, X; Zhang, X; Wang, C; Wan, J

FEBS letters 2016 19

A CONSTANS-like transcriptional activator, OsCOL13, functions as a negative regulator of flowering downstream of OsphyB and upstream of Ehd1 in rice.

Sheng, P; Wu, F; Tan, J; Zhang, H; Ma, W; Chen, L; Wang, J; Wang, J; Zhu, S; Guo, X; Wang, J; Zhang, X; Cheng, Z; Bao, Y; Wu, C; Liu, X; Wan, J

Plant molecular biology 2016 1-2

Hd18, Encoding Histone Acetylase Related to Arabidopsis FLOWERING LOCUS D, is Involved in the Control of Flowering Time in Rice.

Shibaya, T; Hori, K; Ogiso-Tanaka, E; Yamanouchi, U; Shu, K; Kitazawa, N; Shomura, A; Ando, T; Ebana, K; Wu, J; Yamazaki, T; Yano, M

Plant & cell physiology 2016 9

Hd3a, RFT1 and Ehd1 integrate photoperiodic and drought stress signals to delay the floral transition in rice.

Galbiati, F; Chiozzotto, R; Locatelli, F; Spada, A; Genga, A; Fornara, F

Plant, cell & environment 2016 9

OsBBX14 delays heading date by repressing florigen gene expression under long and short-day conditions in rice.

Bai, B; Zhao, J; Li, Y; Zhang, F; Zhou, J; Chen, F; Xie, X

Plant science : an international journal of experimental plant biology 2016

The Oryza sativa Regulator HDR1 Associates with the Kinase OsK4 to Control Photoperiodic Flowering.

Sun, X; Zhang, Z; Wu, J; Cui, X; Feng, D; Wang, K; Xu, M; Zhou, L; Han, X; Gu, X; Lu, T

PLoS genetics 2016 3

OsCOL10, a CONSTANS-Like Gene, Functions as a Flowering Time Repressor Downstream of Ghd7 in Rice.

Tan, J; Jin, M; Wang, J; Wu, F; Sheng, P; Cheng, Z; Wang, J; Zheng, X; Chen, L; Wang, M; Zhu, S; Guo, X; Zhang, X; Liu, X; Wang, C; Wang, H; Wu, C; Wan, J

Plant & cell physiology 2016 4

OsVIL1 controls flowering time in rice by suppressing OsLF under short days and by inducing Ghd7 under long days.

Jeong, HJ; Yang, J; Cho, LH; An, G

Plant cell reports 2016 4

The wheat MYB-related transcription factor TaMYB72 promotes flowering in rice.

Zhang, L; Liu, G; Jia, J; Zhao, G; Xia, C; Zhang, L; Li, F; Zhang, Q; Dong, C; Gao, S; Han, L; Guo, X; Zhang, X; Wu, J; Liu, X; Kong, X

Journal of integrative plant biology 2016 8

SET DOMAIN GROUP 708, a histone H3 lysine 36-specific methyltransferase, controls flowering time in rice (Oryza sativa).

Liu, B; Wei, G; Shi, J; Jin, J; Shen, T; Ni, T; Shen, WH; Yu, Y; Dong, A

The New phytologist 2016 2

OsNF-YC2 and OsNF-YC4 proteins inhibit flowering under long-day conditions in rice.

Kim, SK; Park, HY; Jang, YH; Lee, KC; Chung, YS; Lee, JH; Kim, JK

Planta 2016 3

Rice miR172 induces flowering by suppressing OsIDS1 and SNB, two AP2 genes that negatively regulate expression of Ehd1 and florigens.

Lee, YS; Lee, DY; Cho, LH; An, G

Rice (New York, N.Y.) 2014 1

Genetic interactions between diverged alleles of Early heading date 1 (Ehd1) and Heading date 3a (Hd3a)/ RICE FLOWERING LOCUS T1 (RFT1) control differential heading and contribute to regional adaptation in rice (Oryza sativa).

Zhao, J; Chen, H; Ren, D; Tang, H; Qiu, R; Feng, J; Long, Y; Niu, B; Chen, D; Zhong, T; Liu, YG; Guo, J

The New phytologist 2015 3

Rice osa-miR171c Mediates Phase Change from Vegetative to Reproductive Development and Shoot Apical Meristem Maintenance by Repressing Four OsHAM Transcription Factors.

Fan, T; Li, X; Yang, W; Xia, K; Ouyang, J; Zhang, M

PloS one 2015 5

Genetic architecture of variation in heading date among Asian rice accessions.

Hori, K; Nonoue, Y; Ono, N; Shibaya, T; Ebana, K; Matsubara, K; Ogiso-Tanaka, E; Tanabata, T; Sugimoto, K; Taguchi-Shiobara, F; Yonemaru, J; Mizobuchi, R; Uga, Y; Fukuda, A; Ueda, T; Yamamoto, S; Yamanouchi, U; Takai, T; Ikka, T; Kondo, K; Hoshino, T; Yamamoto, E; Adachi, S; Nagasaki, H; Shomura, A; Shimizu, T; Kono, I; Ito, S; Mizubayashi, T; Kitazawa, N; Nagata, K; Ando, T; Fukuoka, S; Yamamoto, T; Yano, M

BMC plant biology 2015

Loss of floral repressor function adapts rice to higher latitudes in Europe.

Gómez-Ariza, J; Galbiati, F; Goretti, D; Brambilla, V; Shrestha, R; Pappolla, A; Courtois, B; Fornara, F

Journal of experimental botany 2015 7

Three CCT domain-containing genes were identified to regulate heading date by candidate gene-based association mapping and transformation in rice.

Zhang, L; Li, Q; Dong, H; He, Q; Liang, L; Tan, C; Han, Z; Yao, W; Li, G; Zhao, H; Xie, W; Xing, Y

Scientific reports 2015

The rice enhancer of zeste [E(z)] genes SDG711 and SDG718 are respectively involved in long day and short day signaling to mediate the accurate photoperiod control of flowering time.

Liu, X; Zhou, C; Zhao, Y; Zhou, S; Wang, W; Zhou, DX

Frontiers in plant science 2014

Days to heading 7, a major quantitative locus determining photoperiod sensitivity and regional adaptation in rice.

Gao, H; Jin, M; Zheng, XM; Chen, J; Yuan, D; Xin, Y; Wang, M; Huang, D; Zhang, Z; Zhou, K; Sheng, P; Ma, J; Ma, W; Deng, H; Jiang, L; Liu, S; Wang, H; Wu, C; Yuan, L; Wan, J

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2014 46