| Categories genes  | Tags development  inflorescence  architecture  inflorescence architecture  branching  inflorescence development 
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    • Here, we report that osg1l1 and osg1l2 loss-of-function CRISPR mutants have similar phenotypes to the phenotype of the previously published taw1 mutant, suggesting that these genes might act on related pathways during inflorescence development
    • Transcriptome analysis of the osg1l2 mutant suggested interactions of OsG1L2 with other known inflorescence architecture regulators and the data sets were used for the construction of a gene regulatory network (GRN), proposing interactions among genes potentially involved in controlling inflorescence development in rice
    • The ALOG family members OsG1L1 and OsG1L2 regulate inflorescence branching in rice.
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