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Control of floral induction

United States Patent Application

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The present application discloses plant polynucleotides, their encoded polypeptide sequences, and sRNA sequences which are putative regulators of long-distance florigenic signaling and flowering control. Methods of use of these sequences related to long-distance florigenic signaling are also disclosed.
Lough, Tony James (Auckland, NZ), Hermsmeier, Dieter H. (Minot, ND), Varkonyi-Gasic, Erika (Auckland, NZ), Sweetman, Justin (Auckland, NZ), Havukkala, Ilkka J. (Auckland, NZ), Belanger, Helene (Auckland, NZ), Forster, Richard L.S. (Auckland, NZ), Hudson, Keith R. (Auckland, NZ), Lucas, William J. (Davis, CA)
AgriGenesis Biosciences Limited (Auckland CA), The Regents of the University of California (Oakland)
11/ 528,043
September 26, 2006
GOVERNMENT RIGHTS [0002] This invention was made with Government support under Grant (or Contract) Nos. IBN-03-151174 awarded by the National Science Foundation and DE-FG03-94ER20134 awarded by the Department of Energy Division of Biosciences. The government has certain rights in this invention.