SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

REFERENCES

  • Aukerman M.J., Hirschfeld M., Wester L., Weaver M., Clack T., Amasino R.M. & Sharrock R.A. (1997) A deletion in the PHYD gene of the Arabidopsis Wassilewskija ecotype defines a role for phytochrome D in red/far-red light sensing. The Plant Cell, in press.
  • Christensen A.H. & Quail P.H. (1989) Structure and expression of a maize phytochrome-encoding gene. Gene 85, 381390.
  • Clack T., Mathews S. & Sharrock R.A. (1994) The phytochrome apoprotein family in Arabidopsis is encoded by five genes: the sequences and expression of PHYD and PHYE. Plant Molecular Biology 25, 413427.
  • Cowl J.S., Hartley N. Xie D.-X., Whitelam G.C., Murphy G.P. & Harberd N.P. (1994) The PHYC gene of Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 106, 813814.
  • Dehesh K., Franci C., Sharrock R.A., Somers D.E., Welsch J.A. & Quail P.H. (1994) The Arabidopsis phytochrome A gene has multiple transcription start sites and a promoter sequence motif homologous to the repressor element of monocot phytochrome A genes. Photochemistry and Photobiology 59, 379384.
  • Felsenstein J. (1985) Confidence limits on phylogenies: an approach using the bootstrap. Evolution 39, 783791.
  • Hauser B.A., Cordonnier-Pratt, M.-M., Daniel-Vedele F. & Pratt L.H. (1995) The phytochrome gene family in tomato includes a novel subfamily. Plant Molecular Biology 29, 11431155.
  • Hecht G.B. & Newton A. (1995) Identification of a novel response regulator required for the swarmer-to-stalked-cell transition in Caulobacter crescentus. Journal of Bacteriology 177, 62236229.
  • Hendy M.D. & Penny D. (1989) A framework for the quantitative study of evolutionary trees. Systematic Zoology 38, 297309.
  • Hershey H.P., Barker R.F., Idler K.B., Lissemore J.L. & Quail P.H. (1985) Analysis of cloned cDNA and genomic sequences for phytochrome: amino acid sequences for two gene products expressed in etiolated Avena. Nucleic Acids Research 1, 85438559.
  • Hughes J.E., Lamparter T. & Mittmann F. (1996) CpPHY2 (PHYCER2), a ‘normal’ phytochrome in Ceratodon (Accession No. U56698) (PGR96-067). Plant Physiology 112, 446.
  • Kaneko T., Tanaka A., Sato S., Kotani H., Sazuka T., Miyajima N., Sugiura M. & Tabata S. (1995) Sequence analysis of the genome of the unicellular cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. Strain PCC 680. Sequence features in the 1 Mb region from map positions 64% to 92% of the genome. DNA Research 2, 153166.
  • Kehoe D.M. & Grossman A.R. (1996) Similarity of a chromatic adaptation sensor to phytochrome and ethylene receptors. Science 273, 14091412.
  • Kolukisaoglu H.U., Marx S., Wiegmann C., Hanelt S. & W.Schneider-Poetsch H.A. (1995) Divergence of the phytochrome gene family predates angiosperm evolution and suggests that Selaginella and Equisetum arose prior to Psilotum. Journal of Molecular Evolution 41, 329337.
  • Lagarias D.M. Wu, S.-H. & Lagarias J.C. (1995) Atypical phytochrome gene structure in the green alga Mesotaenium caldariorum. Plant Molecular Biology 29, 11271142.
  • Lavin M., Eshbaugh E. Hu J.-M. & Sharrock R.A. (1997) Monophyletic subgroups of the tribe Millettieae (Leguminosae) as revealed by phytochrome nucleotide sequence data. American Journal of Botany, in press.
  • Maddison W.P., Donoghue M.J. & Maddison D.R. (1984) Outgroup analysis and parsimony. Systematic Zoology 33, 83103.
  • Mathews S., Lavin M. & Sharrock R.A. (1995) Evolution of the phytochrome gene family and its utility for phylogenetic analyses of angiosperms. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 82, 296321.
  • Mathews S. & Sharrock R.A. (1996) The phytochrome gene family in grasses (Poaceae): a phylogeny and evidence that grasses have a subset of the loci found in dicot angiosperms. Molecular Biology and Evolution 13, 11411150.
  • Maucher H.P., Scheuerlein R. & Schraudolf H. (1992) Detection and partial sequence of phytochrome genes in the ferns Anemia phyllitidis (L.) Sw. (Schizaeaceae) and Dryopteris filix-mas L. (Polypodiaceae) by using the Polymerase-chain reaction technology. Photochemistry and Photobiology 56, 759763.
  • Quail P.H. (1991) Phytochrome: a light-activated molecular switch that regulates plant gene expression. Annual Review of Genetics 25, 389409.
  • Reed J.W., Nagpal P., Poole D.S., Furuya M. & Chory J. (1993) Mutations in the gene for red/far-red light receptor phytochrome B alter cell elongation and physiological responses throughout Arabidopsis development. The Plant Cell 5, 147157.
  • Schneider-Poetsch H.A.W., Braun B., Marx S. & Schaumburg A. (1991) Phytochromes and bacterial sensor proteins are related by structural and functional homologies. FEBS Letters 281, 245249.
  • Schneider-Poetsch H.A.W., Marx S., Kolukisaoglu H., Hanelt S. & Braun B. (1994) Phytochrome evolution: phytochrome genes in ferns and mosses. Physiologia Plantarum 91, 241250.
  • Sharrock R.A. & Quail P.H. (1989) Novel phytochrome sequences in Arabidopsis thaliana: structure, evolution, and differential expression of a plant regulatory photoreceptor family. Genes and Development 3, 17451757.
  • Smith H. (1995) Physiological and ecological function within the phytochrome family. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 46, 289315.
  • Somers D.E., Sharrock R.A., Tepperman J.M. & Quail P.H. (1991) The hy3 long hypocotyl mutant of Arabidopsis is deficient in phytochrome B. The Plant Cell 3, 12631274.
  • Somers D.E. & Quail P.H. (1995a) Phytochrome-mediated light regulation of PHYA- and PHYB-GUS transgenes in Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings. Plant Physiology 107, 523534.
  • Somers D.E. & Quail P.H. (1995b) Temporal and spatial expression patterns of PHYA and PHYB genes in Arabidopsis. The Plant Journal 7, 413427.
  • Swofford D.L. (1996) PAUP*: Phylogenetic Analysis Using Parsimony, Beta Test Version 4-0. Sinauer Associates, Sunderland , Massachusetts .
  • Thummler F., Dufner M., Kreisl P. & Dittrich P. (1992) Molecular cloning of a novel phytochrome gene of the moss Ceratodon purpureus which encodes a putative light-regulated protein kinase. Plant Molecular Biology 20, 10031017.
  • Wagner D. & Quail P.H. (1995) Mutational analysis of phytochrome B identifies a small COOH-terminal-domain region critical for regulatory activity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 92, 85268600.
  • Wu S.-H. & Lagarias J.C. (1997) The phytochrome photoreceptor in the green alga Mesotaenium caldariorum: implication for a conserved mechanism of phytochrome action. Plant, Cell and Environment 20, 691699.
  • Wu C.-I. & Li W.-H. (1985) Evidence for higher rates of nucleotide substitution in rodents than in man. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 82, 17411745.
  • Xu Y., Parks B.M., Short T.W. & Quail P.H. (1995) Missense mutations define a restricted segment in the C-terminal domain of phytochrome A critical to its regulatory activity. The Plant Cell 7, 14331443.