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Morning Glory AK9 Structural analysis of Tpn1, a transposable element isolated from Japanese morning glory bearing variegated flowers.
Morning Glory AK9 Capture of a genomic HMG domain sequence by the En/Spm-related transposable element Tpn1 in the Japanese morning glory.
Morning Glory Violet、EST clones Identification of a NAC transcription factor, EPHEMERAL1, that controls petal senescence in Japanese morning glory.
Morning Glory Q0061 (北京天壇) Expression of an AtNAP gene homolog in senescing morning glory (Ipomoea nil) petals of two cultivars with a different flower life span.
Morning Glory Q0079 Length of the dark period affects flower opening and the expression of circadian-clock associated genes as well as xyloglucan endotransglucosylase/hydrolase genes in petals of morning glory (Ipomoea nil).
Morning Glory Q0079 Endogenous factors regulating poor-nutrition stress-induced flowering in pharbitis: The involvement of metabolic pathways regulated by aminooxyacetic acid.
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.
Morning Glory AK401 , AK404 An intragenic tandem duplication in a transcriptional regulatory gene for anthocyanin biosynthesis confers pale-colored flowers and seeds with fine spots in Ipomoea tricolor.
Morning Glory AK1 Characterization of a member of the AN subfamily, IAN, from Ipomoea nil.
Morning Glory Characterization of a novel Na+/H+ antiporter gene InNHX2 and comparison of InNHX2 with InNHX1, which is responsible for blue flower coloration by increasing the vacuolar pH in the Japanese morning glory.
Morning Glory AK1 , AK34 , AK35 , AK36 , AK53 , AK55 , AK66 Japanese morning glory dusky mutants displaying reddish-brown or purplish-gray flowers are deficient in a novel glycosylation enzyme for anthocyanin biosynthesis, UDP-glucose:anthocyanidin 3-O-glucoside-2''-O-glucosyltransferase, due to 4-bp insertions in the gene.
Morning Glory Acylated peonidin glycosides from duskish mutant flowers of Ipomoea nil.
Morning Glory Shoot circumnutation and winding movements require gravisensing cells.
Morning Glory AK1 , AK31 , AK33 , AK73 , AK74 , AK75 , AK76 , EST clones Isolation of cDNAs for R2R3-MYB, bHLH and WDR transcriptional regulators and identification of c and ca mutations conferring white flowers in the Japanese morning glory.
Morning Glory AK1 , AK5 , AK62 , AK302 , AK311 , Q0073 , Q0531 , Q0853 , Q0854 , JMFF023O06 Spontaneous mutations of the UDP-glucose:flavonoid 3-O-glucosyltransferase gene confers pale- and dull-colored flowers in the Japanese and common morning glories.