Genes, Volume 11, Issue 4 (April 2020) – 124 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Flowers can have different symmetry plans: bilateral, like the orchid Phalaenopsis equestris, asymmetric, like Strelitzia reginae, or radial, like Zinnia elegans. Many transcription factors are involved in the establishment of floral symmetry. During plant evolution, the MYB transcription factors DIVARICATA, RADIALIS, and DRIF have acquired the ability to interact with each other, forming the DDR module. This regulatory module has a pivotal role in determining which kind of floral symmetry is established. View this paper.
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