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Axial regulator

Involved in the abaxial cell fate determination during embryogenesis and organogenesis. Regulates the initiation of embryonic shoot apical meristem (SAM) development .

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Axial regulator YABBY 1

Also known as Axial regulator YABBY 1 (Fl-54) (Protein ABNORMAL FLORAL ORGANS) (Protein FILAMENTOUS FLOWER) (Protein antherless).
Encodes a member of the YABBY family of transcriptional regulators that is involved in abaxial cell type specification in leaves and fruits. YAB1 acts in a non-cell autonomous fashion within the meristem to affect phyllotactic patterning. The non-autonomous effect on the central region of the meristem is mediated through the activity if Lateral Suppressor (LAS).

Axial regulator YABBY 3

YABBY gene family member, likely has transcription factor activity, involved in specifying abaxial cell fate. Along with FIL, involved in patterning of the fruit. GUS reporter gene expression in seedlings is observed in the young leaves and as the leaf matures, expression is restricted to the abaxial tissues of leaves, expression is also observed on either side of the leaf margin in the younger tissues of leaf blades.

Axial regulator YABBY 4

Also known as Axial regulator YABBY 4 (Protein INNER NO OUTER).
Essential for formation and asymmetric growth of the ovule outer integument. Member of the YABBY protein family of putative transcription factors that contain apparent Cys(2)-Cys(2) zinc-finger domains and regions of similarity to the high mobility group (HMG) transcription factors. INO may be required for polarity determination in the central part of the ovule.

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