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Agamous-like MADS-box protein

Probable transcription factor. Interacts genetically with TT16/AGL32 in a partially antagonistic manner during flower development. Is essential for the coordination of cell divisions in ovule, seed coat development and endosperm formation .

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Agamous-like MADS-box protein AGL104

Encodes a member of the MIKC (MADS box, Keratin binding domain, and C terminal domain containing)family of transcriptional regulators. AGL104 is expressed in pollen.It forms heterodimers with other MICK family members (AGL65 and AGL30). Involved in late stages of pollen development and pollen tube growth.

Agamous-like MADS-box protein AGL12

Also known as Agamous-like MADS-box protein AGL12 (Protein XAANTAL 1).
Encodes a member of the MADS box family of transcription factors. Involved in root cell differentiation and flowering time. Loss of function mutations have abnormal cellular differentiation in the roots and are late flowering. AGL12 along with AGL14, and AGL17 is preferentially expressed in root tissues and represent the only characterized MADS box genes expressed in roots.

Agamous-like MADS-box protein AGL18

encodes a MADS-box containing protein likely to be a transcription factor that is expressed in endosperm and developing gametophytes. The protein sequence is most similar to that of AGL15, which is expressed in developing embryos.

Agamous-like MADS-box protein AGL27

Also known as Agamous-like MADS-box protein AGL27 (MADS box FLC1-like nuclear protein) (Protein FLOWERING LOCUS M) (Protein MADS AFFECTING FLOWERING 1).
MADS domain protein - flowering regulator that is closely related to FLC. Deletion of this locus in Nd ecotype is correlated with earlier flowering in short days suggesting function as a negative regulator of flowering.

Agamous-like MADS-box protein AGL3

This gene belongs to the family of SEP genes. It is involved in the development of sepals, petals, stamens and carpels. Additionally, it plays a central role in the determination of flower meristem and organ identity.

Agamous-like MADS-box protein AGL30

Probable transcription factor that forms heterodimers with the MADS-box proteins AGL66 and AGL104 and is involved in the regulation of pollen maturation at the late stages of pollen development and pollen tube growth.

Agamous-like MADS-box protein AGL31

Also known as Agamous-like MADS-box protein AGL31 (Protein MADS AFFECTING FLOWERING 2).
Originally published as Agamous like MADS-box protein AGL31. One of a group of MADS box genes involved in control of flowering time. Four variant sequences have been identified for this locus but have not been characterized for differences in expression pattern and/or function.

Agamous-like MADS-box protein AGL5

Also known as Agamous-like MADS-box protein AGL5 (Protein SHATTERPROOF 2).
AGAMOUS [AG]-like MADS box protein (AGL5) involved in fruit development (valve margin and dehiscence zone differentiation). A putative direct target of AG. SHP2 has been shown to be a downstream gene of the complex formed by AG and SEP proteins (SEP4 alone does not form a functional complex with AG).

Agamous-like MADS-box protein AGL61

Also known as Agamous-like MADS-box protein AGL61 (Protein DIANA).
Encodes a member of the Agamous-like family of transcription factors. Localized to the nucleus in the central cell and endosperm of the female gametophyte. Loss of function mutations show reduced female fertility. Fifty percent of ovules have defective central cells with abnormal morphology and patterns of gene expression. Upon fertilization 50% of seeds abort. Using yeast two hybrid assays AGL61 was shown to interact with AGL80, another MADS box gene with similar defects in ovule development. These data suggest that AGL61 and 80 together are required for proper differentiation of the central cell.

Agamous-like MADS-box protein AGL62

Probable transcription factor. Required for suppression of cellularization and promotion of nuclear proliferation during early endosperm development. The FERTILIZATION-INDEPENDENT SEED (FIS) polycomb complex is required for suppression of ALG62 expression at the end of the syncytial phase of endosperm development.

Agamous-like MADS-box protein AGL65

Encodes a member of the MIKC (MADS box, Keratin binding domain, and C terminal domain containing)family of transcriptional regulators. AGL65 is expressed in pollen.It forms heterodimers with other MICK family members (AGL104). Involved in late stages of pollen development and pollen tube growth.

Agamous-like MADS-box protein AGL66

Encodes a member of the MIKC (MADS box, Keratin binding domain, and C terminal domain containing)family of transcriptional regulators. AGL66 is expressed in pollen.It forms heterodimers with other MICK family members (AGL104). Involved in late stages of pollen development and pollen tube growth.
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