Ovule Mutant/Gene References


Angenent, G. C., and Colombo, L. (1996). Molecular control of ovule development. Trends Plant Sci. 1, 228-232.

Angenent, G. C., Franken, J., Busscher, M., Van Dijken, A., Van Went, J. L., Dons, H. J. M., and Van Tunen, A. J. (1995). A novel class of MADS box genes is involved in ovule development in petunia. Plant Cell 7, 1569-1582.

Baker, S. C., Robinson-Beers, K., Villanueva, J. M., Gaiser, J. C., and Gasser, C. S. (1997). Interactions among genes regulating ovule development in Arabidopsis thaliana. Genetics 145, 1109-1124.

Bouman, F. (1984). The ovule. In Embryology of the Angiosperms, B. M. Johri, eds (New York: Springer-Verlag), pp. 123-157.

Bowman, J. L., Sakai, H., Jack, T., Weigel, D., Mayer, U., and Meyerowitz, E. M. (1992). SUPERMAN, a regulator of floral homeotic genes in Arabidopsis. Development 114, 599-615.

Colombo, L., Franken, J., Koetje, E., Van Went, J., Dons, H. J. M., Angenent, G. C., and Van Tunen, A. J. (1995). The petunia MADS box gene FBP11 determines ovule identity. Plant Cell 7, 1859-1868.

Elliott, R. C., Betzner, A. S., Huttner, E., Oakes, M. P., Tucker, W. Q. J., Gerentes, D., Perez, P., and Smyth, D. R. (1996). AINTEGUMENTA, an APETALA2-like gene of Arabidopsis with pleiotropic roles in ovule development and floral organ growth. Plant Cell 8, 155-168.

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Gaiser, J. C., Robinson-Beers, K., and Gasser, C. S. (1995). The Arabidopsis SUPERMAN gene mediates asymmetric growth of the outer integument of ovules. Plant Cell 7, 333-345.

Gasser, C.S. and K. Robinson-Beers. 1993. Pistil Development. Plant Cell 5: 1231-1239.

Gasser, C. S. (1996). Homeodomains ring a BELL in plant development. Trends Plant Sci. 1, 134-136.

Gasser, C. S., Broadhvest, J., Hauser, B. A. (1998) Genetic analysis of ovule development. Ann. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 49: 1-24.

Hauser, B. A., Villanueva, J. M., and Gasser, C. S. (1998) Arabidopsis TSO1 regulates directional processes in cells during floral organogenesis. Genetics 150: 411-423.

Herr, J. M. (1995). The origin of the ovule. American J. Botany 82, 547-564.

Jofuku, K. D., den Boer, B. G. W., Van Montagu, M., and Okamuro, J. K. (1994). Control of Arabidopsis flower and seed development by the homeotic gene APETALA2. Plant Cell 6, 1211-1225.

Klucher, K. M., Chow, H., Reiser, L., and Fischer, R. L. (1996). The AINTEGUMENTA gene of Arabidopsis required for ovule and female gametophyte development is related to the floral homeotic gene APETALA2. Plant Cell 8, 137-153.

Lang, J. D., Ray, S., and Ray, A. (1994). sin1, a mutation affecting female fertility in Arabidopsis, interacts with mod1, its recessive modifier. Genetics 137, 1101-1110.

Leon-Kloosterziel, K. M., Keijzer, C. J., and Koornneef, M. (1994). A seed shape mutant of Arabidopsis that is affected in integument development. Plant Cell 6, 385-392.

Mansfield, S. G., Briarty, L. G., and Erni, S. (1991). Early embryogenesis in Arabidopsis thaliana. I. The mature embryo sac. Can. J. Bot. 69, 447-460.

Modrusan, Z., Reiser, L., Feldmann, K. A., Fischer, R. L., and Haughn, G. W. (1994). Homeotic transformation of ovules into carpel-like structures in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 6, 333-349.

Ray, S., Golden, T., and Ray, A. (1996). Maternal effects of the short integument mutation of embryo development in Arabidopsis. Develop. Biol. 180, 365-369.

Ray, A., Lang, J. D., Golden, T., and Ray, S. (1996). SHORT INTEGUMENT (SIN1), a gene required for ovule development in Arabidopsis, also controls flowering time. Development 122, 2631-2638.

Ray, A., Robinson-Beers, K., Ray, S., Baker, S. C., Lang, J. D., Preuss, D., Milligan, S. B., and Gasser, C. S. (1994). The Arabidopsis floral homeotic gene BELL (BEL1) controls ovule development through negative regulation of AGAMOUS gene (AG). Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 91, 5761-5765. [Abstract]

Reiser, L., and Fischer, R. L. (1993). The ovule and embryo sac. Plant Cell 5, 1291-1301.

Reiser, L., Modrusan, Z., Margossian, L., Samach, A., Ohad, N., Haughn, G. W., and Fischer, R. L. (1995). The BELL1 gene encodes a homeodomain protein involved in pattern formation in the Arabidopsis ovule primordium. Cell 83, 735-742.

Robinson-Beers, K., Pruitt, R. E., and Gasser, C. S. (1992). Ovule development in wild-type Arabidopsis and two female-sterile mutants. Plant Cell 4, 1237-1249.

Rounsley, S. D., Ditta, G. S., and Yanofsky, M. F. (1995). Diverse roles for MADS box genes in Arabidopsis development. Plant Cell 7, 1259-1269.

Sakai, H., Medrano, L. J., and Meyerowitz, E. M. (1995). Role of SUPERMAN in maintaining Arabidopsis floral whorl boundaries. Nature 378, 199-203.

Schneitz, K., Hulskamp, M., and Pruitt, R. E. (1995). Wild-type ovule development in Arabidopsis thaliana - a light microscope study of cleared whole-mount tissue. Plant J. 7, 731-749.

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Schneitz, K., Baker, S. C., Gasser, C. S., and Redweik, A. (1998) Pattern formation and growth during floral organogenesis: HUELLENLOS and AINTEGUMENTA are required for the formation of the proximal region of the ovule primordium in Arabidopsis thaliana. Development 125: 2555-2563.

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Schneitz, K. (1999). The molecular and genetic control of ovule development. Curr. Opinion Plant Biology 2: 13-17.

Schultz, E. A., Pickett, F. B., and Haughn, G. W. (1991). The FLO10 gene product regulates the expression domain of homeotic genes AP3 and PI in Arabidopsis flowers. Plant Cell 3, 1221-1237.

Webb, M. C., and Gunning, B. E. S. (1990). Embryo sac development in Arabidopsis thaliana .1. Megasporogenesis, including the microtubular cytoskeleton. Sexual Pl. Reprod. 3, 244-256.