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Flowering time genes Heading date 1 and Early heading date 1 together control panicle development in rice.

Endo-Higashi, N; Izawa, T

Plant & cell physiology 2011 6

Phytochrome B regulates Heading date 1 (Hd1)-mediated expression of rice florigen Hd3a and critical day length in rice.

Ishikawa, R; Aoki, M; Kurotani, K; Yokoi, S; Shinomura, T; Takano, M; Shimamoto, K

Molecular genetics and genomics : MGG 2011 6

Uncovering of major genetic factors generating naturally occurring variation in heading date among Asian rice cultivars.

Ebana, K; Shibaya, T; Wu, J; Matsubara, K; Kanamori, H; Yamane, H; Yamanouchi, U; Mizubayashi, T; Kono, I; Shomura, A; Ito, S; Ando, T; Hori, K; Matsumoto, T; Yano, M

TAG. Theoretical and applied genetics. Theoretische und angewandte Genetik 2011 6

A major QTL, Ghd8, plays pleiotropic roles in regulating grain productivity, plant height, and heading date in rice.

Yan, WH; Wang, P; Chen, HX; Zhou, HJ; Li, QP; Wang, CR; Ding, ZH; Zhang, YS; Yu, SB; Xing, YZ; Zhang, QF

Molecular plant 2011 2

Allelic variation in the perennial ryegrass FLOWERING LOCUS T gene is associated with changes in flowering time across a range of populations.

Skøt, L; Sanderson, R; Thomas, A; Skøt, K; Thorogood, D; Latypova, G; Asp, T; Armstead, I

Plant physiology 2011 2

Regulation of flowering in rice: two florigen genes, a complex gene network, and natural variation.

Tsuji, H; Taoka, K; Shimamoto, K

Current opinion in plant biology 2011 1

DTH8 suppresses flowering in rice, influencing plant height and yield potential simultaneously.

Wei, X; Xu, J; Guo, H; Jiang, L; Chen, S; Yu, C; Zhou, Z; Hu, P; Zhai, H; Wan, J

Plant physiology 2010 4

A pair of floral regulators sets critical day length for Hd3a florigen expression in rice.

Itoh, H; Nonoue, Y; Yano, M; Izawa, T

Nature genetics 2010 7

OsCOL4 is a constitutive flowering repressor upstream of Ehd1 and downstream of OsphyB.

Lee, YS; Jeong, DH; Lee, DY; Yi, J; Ryu, CH; Kim, SL; Jeong, HJ; Choi, SC; Jin, P; Yang, J; Cho, LH; Choi, H; An, G

The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology 2010 1

A gene network for long-day flowering activates RFT1 encoding a mobile flowering signal in rice.

Komiya, R; Yokoi, S; Shimamoto, K

Development (Cambridge, England) 2009 20

Analysis of PHOTOPERIOD SENSITIVITY5 sheds light on the role of phytochromes in photoperiodic flowering in rice.

Andrés, F; Galbraith, DW; Talón, M; Domingo, C

Plant physiology 2009 2

OsMADS50 and OsMADS56 function antagonistically in regulating long day (LD)-dependent flowering in rice.

Ryu, CH; Lee, S; Cho, LH; Kim, SL; Lee, YS; Choi, SC; Jeong, HJ; Yi, J; Park, SJ; Han, CD; An, G

Plant, cell & environment 2009 10

Phytochrome dependent quantitative control of Hd3a transcription is the basis of the night break effect in rice flowering.

Ishikawa, R; Shinomura, T; Takano, M; Shimamoto, K

Genes & genetic systems 2009 2

The effect of the crosstalk between photoperiod and temperature on the heading-date in rice.

Luan, W; Chen, H; Fu, Y; Si, H; Peng, W; Song, S; Liu, W; Hu, G; Sun, Z; Xie, D; Sun, C

PloS one 2009 6

NECK LEAF 1, a GATA type transcription factor, modulates organogenesis by regulating the expression of multiple regulatory genes during reproductive development in rice.

Wang, L; Yin, H; Qian, Q; Yang, J; Huang, C; Hu, X; Luo, D

Cell research 2009 5

The molecular biology of seasonal flowering-responses in Arabidopsis and the cereals.

Greenup, A; Peacock, WJ; Dennis, ES; Trevaskis, B

Annals of botany 2009 8

Diversification in flowering time due to tandem FT-like gene duplication, generating novel Mendelian factors in wild and cultivated rice.

Hagiwara, WE; Uwatoko, N; Sasaki, A; Matsubara, K; Nagano, H; Onishi, K; Sano, Y

Molecular ecology 2009 7

Variations in Hd1 proteins, Hd3a promoters, and Ehd1 expression levels contribute to diversity of flowering time in cultivated rice.

Takahashi, Y; Teshima, KM; Yokoi, S; Innan, H; Shimamoto, K

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2009 11

Functional characterization of rice OsDof12.

Li, D; Yang, C; Li, X; Gan, Q; Zhao, X; Zhu, L

Planta 2009 6

The 14-3-3 protein GF14c acts as a negative regulator of flowering in rice by interacting with the florigen Hd3a.

Purwestri, YA; Ogaki, Y; Tamaki, S; Tsuji, H; Shimamoto, K

Plant & cell physiology 2009 3