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    1. Clark, SE
      Cell signalling at the shoot meristem

      NATURE REVIEWS MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY
    2. Araki, T
      Transition from vegetative to reproductive phase

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    3. Running, MP; Hake, S
      The role of floral meristems in patterning

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    4. Mimida, N; Goto, K; Kobayashi, Y; Araki, T; Ahn, JH; Weigel, D; Murata, M; Motoyoshi, F; Sakamoto, W
      Functional divergence of the TFL1-like gene family in Arabidopsis revealedby characterization of a novel homologue

      GENES TO CELLS
    5. Aubert, D; Chen, LJ; Moon, YH; Martin, D; Castle, LA; Yang, CH; Sung, ZR
      EMF1, a novel protein involved in the control of shoot architecture and flowering in Arabidopsis

      PLANT CELL
    6. Gomez-Mena, C; Pineiro, M; Franco-Zorrilla, JM; Salinas, J; Coupland, G; Martinez-Zapater, JM
      early bolting in short days: An Arabidopsis mutation that causes early flowering and partially suppresses the floral phenotype of leafy

      PLANT CELL
    7. Gocal, GFW; King, RW; Blundell, CA; Schwartz, OM; Andersen, CH; Weigel, D
      Evolution of floral meristem identity genes. Analysis of Lolium temulentumgenes related to APETALA1 and LEAFY of Arabidopsis

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    8. Chou, ML; Haung, MD; Yang, CH
      EMF genes interact with late-flowering genes in regulating floral initiation genes during shoot development in Arabidopsis thaliana

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Ahearn, KP; Johnson, HA; Weigel, D; Wagner, DR
      NFL1, a Nicotiana tabacum LEAFY-like gene, controls meristen initiation and floral structure

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    10. Vijayraghavan, U
      How plants pattern flowers: Lessons from molecular genetic studies of flowering in Arabidopsis thaliana a model plant

      CURRENT SCIENCE
    11. Steynen, QJ; Bolokoski, DA; Schultz, EA
      Alteration in flowering time causes accelerated or decelerated progressionthrough Arabidopsis vegetative phases

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    12. Gerber, AI; Theron, KI; Jacobs, G
      Synchrony of inflorescence initiation and shoot growth in selected Protea cultivars

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    13. McSteen, P; Laudencia-Chingcuanco, D; Colasanti, J
      A floret by any other name: control of meristem identity in maize

      TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE
    14. Jeon, JS; Jang, S; Lee, S; Nam, J; Kim, C; Lee, SH; Chung, YY; Kim, SR; Lee, YH; Cho, YG; An, G
      leafy hull sterile1 is a homeotic mutation in a rice MADS box gene affecting rice flower development

      PLANT CELL
    15. He, ZH; Zhu, Q; Dabi, T; Li, DB; Weigel, D; Lamb, C
      Transformation of rice with the Arabidopsis floral regulator LEAFY causes early heading

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    16. Grbic, V; Bleecker, AB
      Axillary meristem development in Arabidopsis thaliana

      PLANT JOURNAL
    17. Ferrandiz, C; Gu, Q; Martienssen, R; Yanofsky, MF
      Redundant regulation of meristem identity and plant architecture by FRUITFULL, APETALA1 and CAULIFLOWER

      DEVELOPMENT
    18. Blazquez, MA; Weigel, D
      Integration of floral inductive signals in Arabidopsis

      NATURE
    19. Scovel, G; Altshuler, T; Liu, Z; Vainstein, A
      The evergreen gene is essential for flower initiation in carnation

      JOURNAL OF HEREDITY
    20. Iltis, HH
      Homeotic sexual translocations and the origin of maize (Zea mays, Poaceae): A new look at an old problem

      ECONOMIC BOTANY
    21. Long, J; Barton, MK
      Initiation of axillary and floral meristems in Arabidopsis

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    22. Shu, GP; Amaral, W; Hileman, LC; Baum, DA
      LEAFY and the evolution of rosette flowering in violet cress (Jonopsidium acaule, Brassicaceae)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    23. Schmitz, G; Theres, K
      Genetic control of branching in Arabidopsis and tomato

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    24. Pidkowich, MS; Klenz, JE; Haughn, GW
      The making of a flower: control of floral meristem identity in Arabidopsis

      TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE
    25. Simpson, GG; Gendall, AR; Dean, C
      When to switch to flowering

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    26. Amaya, I; Ratcliffe, OJ; Bradley, DJ
      Expression of CENTRORADIALIS (CEN) and CEN-like genes in tobacco reveals aconserved mechanism controlling phase change in diverse species

      PLANT CELL
    27. Liljegren, SJ; Gustafson-Brown, C; Pinyopich, A; Ditta, GS; Yanofsky, MF
      Interactions among APETALA1, LEAFY, and TERMINAL FLOWER1 specify meristem fate

      PLANT CELL
    28. Ezhova, TA
      Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh. as a model for studying genetic control of morphogenesis

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF GENETICS
    29. Page, T; Macknight, R; Yang, CH; Dean, C
      Genetic interactions of the Arabidopsis flowering time gene FCA, with genes regulating floral initiation

      PLANT JOURNAL
    30. Ratcliffe, OJ; Bradley, DJ; Coen, ES
      Separation of shoot and floral identity in Arabidopsis

      DEVELOPMENT
    31. Sukhvibal, N; Whiley, AW; Smith, MK; Hetherington, SE; Vithanage, V
      Effect of temperature on inflorescence and floral development in four mango (Mangifera indica L.) cultivars

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    32. Mimida, N; Sakamoto, W; Murata, M; Motoyoshi, F
      TERMINAL FLOWER 1-like genes in Brassica species

      PLANT SCIENCE
    33. Busch, MA; Bomblies, K; Weigel, D
      Activation of a floral homeotic gene in Arabidopsis

      SCIENCE
    34. Stirnberg, P; Chatfield, SP; Leyser, HMO
      AXR1 acts after lateral bud formation to inhibit lateral bud growth in Arabidopsis

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    35. Nishiyama, M; Ohkawa, W; Kanahama, K
      Interaction between temperature and photoperiod on inflorescence development on everbearing strawberry 'Summerberry' plant

      JOURNAL OF THE JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    36. Irish, VF
      Patterning the flower

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    37. HEMPEL FD; ZAMBRYSKI PC; FELDMAN LJ
      PHOTOINDUCTION OF FLOWER IDENTITY IN VEGETATIVELY BIASED PRIMORDIA

      The Plant cell
    38. POUTEAU S; NICHOLLS D; TOOKE F; COEN E; BATTEY N
      TRANSCRIPTION PATTERN OF A FIM HOMOLOG IN IMPATIENS DURING FLORAL DEVELOPMENT AND REVERSION

      Plant journal
    39. RATCLIFFE OJ; AMAYA I; VINCENT CA; ROTHSTEIN S; CARPENTER R; COEN ES; BRADLEY DJ
      A COMMON MECHANISM CONTROLS THE LIFE-CYCLE AND ARCHITECTURE OF PLANTS

      Development
    40. PNUELI L; CARMELGOREN L; HAREVEN D; GUTFINGER T; ALVAREZ J; GANAL M; ZAMIR D; LIFSCHITZ E
      THE SELF-PRUNING GENE OF TOMATO REGULATES VEGETATIVE TO REPRODUCTIVE SWITCHING OF SYMPODIAL MERISTEMS AND IS THE ORTHOLOG OF CEN AND TFL1

      Development
    41. KOMEDA Y; TAKAHASHI T; HANZAWA Y
      DEVELOPMENT OF INFLORESCENCES IN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA

      Journal of plant research
    42. ADAMS SR; PEARSON S; HADLEY P
      THE EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON INFLORESCENCE INITIATION AND SUBSEQUENT DEVELOPMENT IN CHRYSANTHEMUM CV SNOWDON (CHRYSANTHEMUM X MORIFOLIUM RAMAT.)

      Scientia horticulturae
    43. MA H
      TO BE, OR NOT TO BE, A FLOWER - CONTROL OF FLORAL MERISTEM IDENTITY

      Trends in genetics
    44. SOUTHERTON SG; STRAUSS SH; OLIVE MR; HARCOURT RL; DECROOCQ V; ZHU XM; LLEWELLYN DJ; PEACOCK WJ; DENNIS ES
      EUCALYPTUS HAS A FUNCTIONAL EQUIVALENT OF THE ARABIDOPSIS FLORAL MERISTEM IDENTITY GENE LEAFY

      Plant molecular biology
    45. PINEIRO M; COUPLAND G
      THE CONTROL OF FLOWERING TIME AND FLORAL IDENTITY IN ARABIDOPSIS

      Plant physiology
    46. HAUNG MD; YANG CH
      EMF GENES INTERACT WITH LATE-FLOWERING GENES TO REGULATE ARABIDOPSIS SHOOT DEVELOPMENT

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    47. ADAMS SR; PEARSON S; HADLEY P
      INFLORESCENCE COMMITMENT AND SUBSEQUENT DEVELOPMENT DIFFER IN THEIR RESPONSES TO TEMPERATURE AND PHOTOPERIOD IN OSTEOSPERMUM-JUCUNDUM

      Physiologia Plantarum
    48. PARCY F; NILSSON O; BUSCH MA; LEE I; WEIGEL D
      A GENETIC FRAMEWORK FOR FLORAL PATTERNING

      Nature
    49. NILSSON O; LEE I; BLAZQUEZ MA; WEIGEL D
      FLOWERING-TIME GENES MODULATE THE RESPONSE TO LEAFY ACTIVITY

      Genetics
    50. LARSSON AS; LANDBERG K; MEEKSWAGNER DR
      THE TERMINAL FLOWER2 (TFL2) GENE CONTROLS THE REPRODUCTIVE TRANSITIONAND MERISTEM IDENTITY IN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA

      Genetics
    51. SALAZARGARCIA S; LOVATT CJ
      GA(3) APPLICATION ALTERS FLOWERING PHENOLOGY OF HASS AVOCADO

      Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science
    52. SALAZARGARCIA S; LORD EM; LOVATT CJ
      INFLORESCENCE AND FLOWER DEVELOPMENT OF THE HASS AVOCADO (PERSEA-AMERICANA MILL.) DURING ON AND OFF CROP YEARS

      Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science
    53. BLEECKER AB; PATTERSON SE
      LAST EXIT - SENESCENCE, ABSCISSION, AND MERISTEM ARREST IN ARABIDOPSIS

      The Plant cell
    54. MIZUKAMI Y; MA H
      DETERMINATION OF ARABIDOPSIS FLORAL MERISTEM IDENTITY BY AGAMOUS

      The Plant cell
    55. HUANG H; MA H
      FON1, AN ARABIDOPSIS GENE THAT TERMINATES FLORAL MERISTEM ACTIVITY AND CONTROLS FLOWER ORGAN NUMBER

      The Plant cell
    56. RUIZGARCIA L; MADUENO F; WILKINSON M; HAUGHN G; SALINAS J; MARTINEZZAPATER JM
      DIFFERENT ROLES OF FLOWERING-TIME GENES IN THE ACTIVATION OF FLORAL INITIATION GENES IN ARABIDOPSIS

      The Plant cell
    57. OKAMURO JK; SZETO W; LOTYSPRASS C; JOFUKU KD
      PHOTO AND HORMONAL-CONTROL OF MERISTEM IDENTITY IN THE ARABIDOPSIS FLOWER MUTANTS APETALA2 AND APETALA1

      The Plant cell
    58. EVANS MMS; BARTON MK
      GENETICS OF ANGIOSPERM SHOOT APICAL MERISTEM DEVELOPMENT

      Annual review of plant physiology and plant molecular biology
    59. LEE I; WOLFE DS; NILSSON O; WEIGEL D
      A LEAFY COREGULATOR ENCODED BY UNUSUAL FLORAL ORGANS

      Current biology
    60. NILSSON O; WEIGEL D
      MODULATING THE TIMING OF FLOWERING

      Current opinion in biotechnology
    61. TELFER A; BOLLMAN KM; POETHIG RS
      PHASE-CHANGE AND THE REGULATION OF TRICHOME DISTRIBUTION IN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA

      Development
    62. BLAZQUEZ MA; SOOWAL LN; LEE I; WEIGEL D
      LEAFY EXPRESSION AND FLOWER INITIATION IN ARABIDOPSIS

      Development
    63. POUTEAU S; NICHOLLS D; TOOKE F; COEN E; BATTEY N
      THE INDUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF FLOWERING IN IMPATIENS

      Development
    64. TSUKAYA H; YOKOYAMA J; IKEDA H; KUROIWA H; KUROIWA T; IWATSUKI K
      MORPHOLOGICAL, PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR-GENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF ARABIDOPSIS-HIMALAICA, WITH REFERENCE TO ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA

      Journal of plant research
    65. BLAZQUEZ MA
      ILLUMINATING FLOWERS - CONSTANS INDUCES LEAFY EXPRESSION

      BioEssays
    66. OHSHIMA S; MURATA M; SAKAMOTO W; OGURA Y; MOTOYOSHI F
      CLONING AND MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF THE ARABIDOPSIS GENE TERMINAL-FLOWER-1

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    67. LI AG; TRENT A; WALL GW; KIMBALL BA; HOU YS; PINTER PJ; GARCIA RL; HUNSAKER DV; LAMORTE RL
      FREE-AIR CO2 ENRICHMENT EFFECTS ON RATE AND DURATION OF APICAL DEVELOPMENT OF SPRING WHEAT

      Crop science
    68. LEHMANN NL; SATTLER R
      POLYAXIAL DEVELOPMENT IN HOMEOTIC FLOWERS OF 3 BEGONIA CULTIVARS

      Canadian journal of botany
    69. MEEKSWAGNER DR
      FAST FLOWERING

      Trends in plant science
    70. PEETERS AJM; KOORNNEEF M
      GENETIC-VARIATION FLOWERING TIME IN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    71. MADUENO F; RUIZGARCIA L; SALINAS J; MARTINEZZAPATER JM
      GENETIC INTERACTIONS THAT PROMOTE THE FLORAL TRANSITION IN ARABIDOPSIS

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    72. HICKS KA; SUNDAS A; MEEKSWAGNER DR
      ARABIDOPSIS EARLY-FLOWERING MUTANTS REVEAL MULTIPLE LEVELS OF REGULATION IN THE VEGETATIVE-TO-FLORAL TRANSITION

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    73. ZAGOTTA MT; HICKS KA; JACOBS CI; YOUNG JC; HANGARTER RP; MEEKSWAGNER DR
      THE ARABIDOPSIS ELF3 GENE REGULATES VEGETATIVE PHOTOMORPHOGENESIS ANDTHE PHOTOPERIODIC INDUCTION OF FLOWERING

      Plant journal
    74. AMASINO RM
      CONTROL OF FLOWERING TIME IN PLANTS

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    75. LILJEGREN SJ; YANOFSKY MF
      GENETIC-CONTROL OF SHOOT AND FLOWER MERISTEM BEHAVIOR

      Current opinion in cell biology
    76. RAY A; LANG JD; GOLDEN T; RAY S
      SHORT INTEGUMENT (SIN1), A GENE REQUIRED FOR OVULE DEVELOPMENT IN ARABIDOPSIS, ALSO CONTROLS FLOWERING TIME

      Development
    77. GRBIC V; BLEECKER AB
      ALTERED BODY PLAN IS CONFERRED ON ARABIDOPSIS PLANTS CARRYING DOMINANT ALLELES OF 2 GENES

      Development
    78. BRADLEY D; VINCENT C; CARPENTER R; COEN E
      PATHWAYS FOR INFLORESCENCE AND FLORAL INDUCTION IN ANTIRRHINUM

      Development
    79. RUNNING MP; MEYEROWITZ EM
      MUTATIONS IN THE PERIANTHIA GENE OF ARABIDOPSIS SPECIFICALLY ALTER FLORAL ORGAN NUMBER AND INITIATION PATTERN

      Development
    80. OKAMURO JK; DENBOER BGW; LOTYSPRASS C; SZETO W; JOFUKU KD
      FLOWERS INTO SHOOTS - PHOTO AND HORMONAL-CONTROL OF A MERISTEM IDENTITY SWITCH IN ARABIDOPSIS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    81. SPENCE J; VERCHER Y; GATES P; HARRIS N
      POD SHATTER IN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA, BRASSICA-NAPUS AND BRASSICA-JUNCEA

      Journal of Microscopy
    82. NAPOLI CA; RUEHLE J
      NEW MUTATIONS AFFECTING MERISTEM GROWTH AND POTENTIAL IN PETUNIA-HYBRIDA VILM

      The Journal of heredity
    83. FELIX G; ALTMANN T; UWER U; JESSOP A; WILLMITZER L; MORRIS PC
      CHARACTERIZATION OF WALDMEISTER, A NOVEL DEVELOPMENTAL MUTANT IN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    84. PICKETT FB; MEEKSWAGNER DR
      SEEING DOUBLE - APPRECIATING GENETIC REDUNDANCY

      The Plant cell
    85. WILKINSON MD; HAUGHN GW
      UNUSUAL FLORAL ORGANS CONTROLS MERISTEM IDENTITY AND ORGAN PRIMORDIA FATE IN ARABIDOPSIS

      The Plant cell
    86. LEVIN JZ; MEYEROWITZ EM
      UFO - AN ARABIDOPSIS GENE INVOLVED IN BOTH FLORAL MERISTEM AND FLORALORGAN DEVELOPMENT

      The Plant cell
    87. KELLY AJ; BONNLANDER MB; MEEKSWAGNER DR
      NFL, THE TOBACCO HOMOLOG OF FLORICAULA AND LEAFY, IS TRANSCRIPTIONALLY EXPRESSED IN BOTH VEGETATIVE AND FLORAL MERISTEMS

      The Plant cell
    88. YANOFSKY MF
      FLORAL MERISTEMS TO FLORAL ORGANS - GENES-CONTROLLING EARLY EVENTS INARABIDOPSIS FLOWER DEVELOPMENT

      Annual review of plant physiology and plant molecular biology
    89. COEN ES; NUGENT JM; LOU DA; BRADLEY D; CUBAS P; CHADWICK M; COPSEY L; CARPENTER R
      EVOLUTION OF FLORAL SYMMETRY

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    90. MARTINEZZAPATER JM; JARILLO JA; CRUZALVAREZ M; ROLDAN M; SALINAS J
      ARABIDOPSIS LATE-FLOWERING FVE MUTANTS ARE AFFECTED IN BOTH VEGETATIVE AND REPRODUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT

      Plant journal
    91. TALBERT PB; ADLER HT; PARKS DW; COMAI L
      THE REVOLUTA GENE IS NECESSARY FOR APICAL MERISTEM DEVELOPMENT AND FOR LIMITING CELL DIVISIONS IN THE LEAVES AND STEMS OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA

      Development
    92. BERTIN N
      COMPETITION FOR ASSIMILATES AND FRUIT POSITION AFFECT FRUIT-SET IN INDETERMINATE GREENHOUSE TOMATO

      Annals of botany
    93. MIZUKAMI Y; MA H
      SEPARATION OF AG FUNCTION IN FLORAL MERISTEM DETERMINACY FROM THAT INREPRODUCTIVE ORGAN IDENTITY BY EXPRESSING ANTISENSE AG RNA

      Plant molecular biology
    94. WEIGEL D
      THE GENETICS OF FLOWER DEVELOPMENT - FROM FLORAL INDUCTION TO OVULE MORPHOGENESIS

      Annual review of genetics
    95. KEMPIN SA; SAVIDGE B; YANOFSKY MF
      MOLECULAR-BASIS OF THE CAULIFLOWER PHENOTYPE IN ARABIDOPSIS

      Science
    96. WEIGEL D; NILSSON O
      A DEVELOPMENTAL SWITCH SUFFICIENT FOR FLOWER INITIATION IN DIVERSE PLANTS

      Nature
    97. MANDEL MA; YANOFSKY MF
      A GENE TRIGGERING FLOWER FORMATION IN ARABIDOPSIS

      Nature
    98. YANG CH; CHEN LJ; SUNG ZR
      GENETIC-REGULATION OF SHOOT DEVELOPMENT IN ARABIDOPSIS - ROLE OF THE EMF GENES

      Developmental biology
    99. HAUGHN GW; SCHULTZ EA; MARTINEZZAPATER JM
      THE REGULATION OF FLOWERING IN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA - MERISTEMS, MORPHOGENESIS, AND MUTANTS

      Canadian journal of botany
    100. MA H
      THE UNFOLDING DRAMA OF FLOWER DEVELOPMENT - RECENT RESULTS FROM GENETIC AND MOLECULAR ANALYSES

      Genes & development


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