2019
DOI: 10.1242/dev.172684
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Laura E. Dixon, Ildiko Karsai, Tibor Kiss, Nikolai M. Adamski, Zhenshan Liu, Yiliang Ding, Vincent Allard, Scott A. Boden, Simon Griffiths

Abstract: Low temperatures are required to regulate the transition from vegetative to reproductive growth via a pathway called vernalization. In wheat, vernalization predominantly involves the cold upregulation of the floral activator VERNALIZATION1 ( VRN1 ). Here, we have used an extreme vernalization response, identified through studying ambient temperature responses, to reveal the complexity of temperature inputs into VRN-A1 , with alleli…

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