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 Vol 64: Generation and analysis of a complete mutant set for the Arabidopsis FT-TFL1 family shows specific effects on thermo-sensitive flowering regulation.


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This article is from Journal of Experimental Botany, volume 64.AbstractThe FLOWERING LOCUS T (FT)-TERMINAL FLOWER 1 (TFL1) family proteins play an important role in the regulation of flowering time. In the Arabidopsis thaliana genome, there are six genes in the FT-TFL1 family. To determine how these FT-TFL1 family genes contribute to the regulation of flowering time, this study generated a comprehensive set of mutants (sixty-three multiple mutants in all combinations) of the FT-TFL1 family genes and analysed their flowering times at 23 and 16°C under long-day conditions. The analysis confirmed that FT and TFL1 are major determinants of flowering time under long-day conditions. At 23 °C, ft-10 tsf-1 mft-2 showed the latest flowering, whereas tfl1-20 atc-2 bft-2 showed the earliest flowering. Flowering occurred in the sextuple mutants. Introduction of tsf-1 led to reduced sensitivity to ambient temperature change. Introduction of tfl1-20 caused a stronger effect in accelerating flowering time at 16 °C than at 23 °C. Overexpression of miR156 did not block flowering of sextuple mutants, suggesting that there is a pathway to induce flowering independent of the FT-TFL1 pathway and miR156 pathway. This study proposes that this mutant population will be useful in further investigation of the functions of the FT-TFL1 family genes in plant development.



Autor: Kim, Wanhui; Park, Tae Im; Yoo, Seong Jeon; Jun, A Rim; Ahn, Ji Hoon

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