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Hd16, a gene for casein kinase I, is involved in the control of rice flowering time by modulating the day-length response.

Hori, K; Ogiso-Tanaka, E; Matsubara, K; Yamanouchi, U; Ebana, K; Yano, M

The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology 2013 1

Natural variation in OsPRR37 regulates heading date and contributes to rice cultivation at a wide range of latitudes.

Koo, BH; Yoo, SC; Park, JW; Kwon, CT; Lee, BD; An, G; Zhang, Z; Li, J; Li, Z; Paek, NC

Molecular plant 2013 6

Expression patterns of photoperiod and temperature regulated heading date genes in Oryza sativa.

Kovi, MR; Sablok, G; Bai, X; Wendell, M; Rognli, OA; Yu, H; Xing, Y

Computational biology and chemistry 2013

Structure and function of florigen and the receptor complex.

Taoka, K; Ohki, I; Tsuji, H; Kojima, C; Shimamoto, K

Trends in plant science 2013 5

Ehd4 encodes a novel and Oryza-genus-specific regulator of photoperiodic flowering in rice.

Gao, H; Zheng, XM; Fei, G; Chen, J; Jin, M; Ren, Y; Wu, W; Zhou, K; Sheng, P; Zhou, F; Jiang, L; Wang, J; Zhang, X; Guo, X; Wang, JL; Cheng, Z; Wu, C; Wang, H; Wan, JM

PLoS genetics 2013 2

The coincidence of critical day length recognition for florigen gene expression and floral transition under long-day conditions in rice.

Itoh, H; Izawa, T

Molecular plant 2013 3

Functional diversification of FD transcription factors in rice, components of florigen activation complexes.

Tsuji, H; Nakamura, H; Taoka, K; Shimamoto, K

Plant & cell physiology 2013 3

Molecular cloning and functional analysis of Three FLOWERING LOCUS T (FT) homologous genes from Chinese Cymbidium.

Huang, W; Fang, Z; Zeng, S; Zhang, J; Wu, K; Chen, Z; Teixeira da Silva, JA; Duan, J

International journal of molecular sciences 2012 9

OsVIL2 functions with PRC2 to induce flowering by repressing OsLFL1 in rice.

Yang, J; Lee, S; Hang, R; Kim, SR; Lee, YS; Cao, X; Amasino, R; An, G

The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology 2013 4

LC2 and OsVIL2 promote rice flowering by photoperoid-induced epigenetic silencing of OsLF.

Wang, J; Hu, J; Qian, Q; Xue, HW

Molecular plant 2013 2

LHD1, an allele of DTH8/Ghd8, controls late heading date in common wild rice (Oryza rufipogon).

Dai, X; Ding, Y; Tan, L; Fu, Y; Liu, F; Zhu, Z; Sun, X; Sun, X; Gu, P; Cai, H; Sun, C

Journal of integrative plant biology 2012 10

The histone methyltransferase SDG724 mediates H3K36me2/3 deposition at MADS50 and RFT1 and promotes flowering in rice.

Sun, C; Fang, J; Zhao, T; Xu, B; Zhang, F; Liu, L; Tang, J; Zhang, G; Deng, X; Chen, F; Qian, Q; Cao, X; Chu, C

The Plant cell 2012 8

Inflorescence meristem identity in rice is specified by overlapping functions of three AP1/FUL-like MADS box genes and PAP2, a SEPALLATA MADS box gene.

Kobayashi, K; Yasuno, N; Sato, Y; Yoda, M; Yamazaki, R; Kimizu, M; Yoshida, H; Nagamura, Y; Kyozuka, J

The Plant cell 2012 5

Interaction between temperature and photoperiod in regulation of flowering time in rice.

Song, Y; Gao, Z; Luan, W

Science China. Life sciences 2012 3

Footprints of natural and artificial selection for photoperiod pathway genes in Oryza.

Huang, CL; Hung, CY; Chiang, YC; Hwang, CC; Hsu, TW; Huang, CC; Hung, KH; Tsai, KC; Wang, KH; Osada, N; Schaal, BA; Chiang, TY

The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology 2012 5

Heading date 1 (Hd1), an ortholog of Arabidopsis CONSTANS, is a possible target of human selection during domestication to diversify flowering times of cultivated rice.

Takahashi, Y; Shimamoto, K

Genes & genetic systems 2011 3

Control of flowering and storage organ formation in potato by FLOWERING LOCUS T.

Navarro, C; Abelenda, JA; Cruz-Oró, E; Cuéllar, CA; Tamaki, S; Silva, J; Shimamoto, K; Prat, S

Nature 2011 7367

14-3-3 proteins act as intracellular receptors for rice Hd3a florigen.

Taoka, K; Ohki, I; Tsuji, H; Furuita, K; Hayashi, K; Yanase, T; Yamaguchi, M; Nakashima, C; Purwestri, YA; Tamaki, S; Ogaki, Y; Shimada, C; Nakagawa, A; Kojima, C; Shimamoto, K

Nature 2011 7360

Knockdown of SAMS genes encoding S-adenosyl-l-methionine synthetases causes methylation alterations of DNAs and histones and leads to late flowering in rice.

Li, W; Han, Y; Tao, F; Chong, K

Journal of plant physiology 2011 15

The COP1 ortholog PPS regulates the juvenile-adult and vegetative-reproductive phase changes in rice.

Tanaka, N; Itoh, H; Sentoku, N; Kojima, M; Sakakibara, H; Izawa, T; Itoh, J; Nagato, Y

The Plant cell 2011 6