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Morning Glory AK311 , AK313 , AK314 , AK316 , AK317 , AK321 , AK322 , AK333 A bHLH regulatory gene in the common morning glory, Ipomoea purpurea, controls anthocyanin biosynthesis in flowers, proanthocyanidin and phytomelanin pigmentation in seeds, and seed trichome formation.
Morning Glory AK401 , AK402 Spontaneous mutations caused by a Helitron transposon, Hel-It1, in morning glory, Ipomoea tricolor.
Morning Glory アサガオ The FEATHERED gene is required for polarity establishment in lateral organs especially flowers of the Japanese morning glory (I pomoea nil ).
Morning Glory AK11 , AK14 , AK15 , AK16 , AK17 , AK18 , AK19 , AK20 , AK21 , AK22 Identification of r mutations conferring white flowers in the Japanese morning glory (Ipomoea nil).
Morning Glory The gravity-regulated growth of axillary buds is mediated by a mechanism different from decapitation-induced release.
Morning Glory PnMADS1, encoding an StMADS11-clade protein, acts as a repressor of flowering in Pharbitis nil.
Morning Glory InPSR26, a putative membrane protein, regulates programmed cell death during petal senescence in Japanese morning glory.
Morning Glory EST clones Constitutive expression of the GIGANTEA ortholog affects circadian rhythms and suppresses one-shot induction of flowering in Pharbitis nil, a typical short-day plant.
Morning Glory AK302 , AK304 , AK312 , EST clones The molecular basis of incomplete dominance at the A locus of CHS-D in the common morning glory, Ipomoea purpurea.
Morning Glory Salicylic acid and the flowering gene FLOWERING LOCUS T homolog are involved in poor-nutrition stress-induced flowering of Pharbitis nil.
Morning Glory Flowering and dwarfism induced by DNA demethylation in Pharbitis nil.
Morning Glory Reduction in the critical dark length for flower induction during aging in the short-day plant Pharbitis nil var. Kidachi.
Morning Glory Carotenoid composition and carotenogenic gene expression during Ipomoea petal development.
Morning Glory Autophagy regulates progression of programmed cell death during petal senescence in Japanese morning glory.
Morning Glory Mechanism of dusky reddish-brown "kaki" color development of Japanese morning glory, Ipomoea nil cv. Danjuro.
Morning Glory AK5 , AK26 , AK29 , AK33 , AK36 , AK37 , AK38 , AK39 , AK43 , AK47 , ... Spontaneous mutations of the flavonoid 3'-hydroxylase gene conferring reddish flowers in the three morning glory species.
Morning Glory A dwarf mutant strain of Pharbitis nil, Uzukobito (kobito), has defective brassinosteroid biosynthesis.
Morning Glory AK1 Insertion of an En/Spm-related transposable element into a floral homeotic gene DUPLICATED causes a double flower phenotype in the Japanese morning glory.
Morning Glory Characterization of transcriptional oscillation of an Arabidopsis homolog of PnC401 related to photoperiodic induction of flowering in Pharbitis nil.
Morning Glory AK1 Characterization of Tpn1 family in the Japanese morning glory: En/Spm-related transposable elements capturing host genes.