Long-day flowering time pathway (Arabidopsis thaliana)

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1, 2, 6Flower Development[Pathway WP618]PhotoperiodLong DayCIRCADIAN CLOCKCK2 Casein Kinase ComplexVernalization PathwayAutonomous flowering time pathwayActivates/upregulatesbeta subunitparalogsprotein-protein interactionInhibits/down_regulates/repressesalpha subunitparalogsCircadian clock entrainment444SPYELF3Gibberellic AcidCOP1LUXPRR9GICOPHYDCK2B3FCAFRIELF3LHYPIF6CRY1CK2 alpha AGIPHYETOC-1FTELF4CRY2CCA1CK2B2CK2 alpha CPRR7CK2B4PHYASOC1CK2B1CK2 alpha BCK2 alpha CpLDPHYBFKF1FLC4444434454


Flowering time in a plant is associated often with the property of when the plant flowers. However, this property is dependent on several components of the environment (light, photoperiod and temperature), gene regulation, and several biological processes besides the genetic makeup of the plant. The time taken by the plant to flower also depends on when the vegetative shoot apical meristem transitions into the reproductive shoot apical meristem. The correct timing and perception of the signal are essential to successful flower development in a timely manner. In Arabidopsis, the day length (photoperiod) can control several plant processes including the flowering time. Arabidopsis is a facultative long-day plant since its flowering is promoted by the long days (~16 hours light; 8 hours dark), and delayed, in short-day conditions (8 hours light, 16 hours dark). As compared to rice which is a short-day plant. Flowering in rice is induced by a short day length photoperiod.

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NameTypeDatabase referenceComment
CCA1GeneProductAT2G46830-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis) CIRCADIAN CLOCK ASSOCIATED 1 is a transcriptional repressor and works similar to LHY in a regulatory feedback loop.
CK2 alpha AGeneProductAT5G67380-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis)
CK2 alpha BGeneProductAT3G50000-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis)
CK2 alpha CGeneProductAT2G23080-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis)
CK2 alpha CpGeneProductAT2G23070-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis) Found localized to plastid/chloroplast
CK2B1GeneProductAT5G47080-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis)
CK2B2GeneProductAT4G17640-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis)
CK2B3GeneProductAT3G60250-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis)
CK2B4GeneProductAT2G44680-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis)
COGeneProductAT5G15840-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis)
COP1GeneProductAT2G32950-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis)
CRY1GeneProductAT4G08920-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis)
CRY2GeneProductAT1G04400-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis)
ELF3GeneProductAT2G25930-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis) EARLY FLOWERING 3 interacts with PHYB
ELF4GeneProductAT2G40080-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis) EARLY FLOWERING 4 controls circadian rhythms and flowering time
FCAGeneProductAT4G16280-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis) It is an RNA-binding protein that promotes transition of vegetative meristem to reproductive mesitem and is involved in RNA-mediated chromatin silencing.
FKF1GeneProductAT1G68050-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis) FLAVIN-BINDING, KELCH REPEAT, F BOX 1 is clock-controlled and regulates transition to flowering.
FLCGeneProductAT5G10140-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis) FLOWERING LOCUS C (FLC) is a transcription factor that functions as a repressor of floral transition and contributes to temperature compensation of the circadian clock. Its expression is downregulated during cold treatment.
FRIGeneProductAT4G00650-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis) Loss of function of FRIGIDA (FRI) results in early flowering.
FTGeneProductAT1G65480-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis)
GIGeneProductAT1G22770-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis) promotes flowering by acting upstream of CO (CONSTANS), FT (FLOWERING TIME) and SOC1 (SUPPRESSOR OF OVEREXPRESSION OF CO1)
Gibberellic AcidMetabolite77-06-5 (CAS)
LDGeneProductAT4G02560-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis) LUMINIDEPENDENS (LD) is a positive regulator of flowering in the autonomous pathway. Its functional disruption results in delayed flowering.
LHYGeneProductAT1G01060-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis) LATE ELONGATED HYPOCOTYL 1 is a transcription factor involved in circadian rythm along with MYB transcription factor.
PHYAGeneProductAT1G09570-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis)
PHYBGeneProductAT2G18790-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis)
PHYDGeneProductAT4G16250-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis)
PHYEGeneProductAT4G18130-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis)
PIF6GeneProductAT3G62090-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis) PHYTOCHROME INTERACTING FACTOR 6 is a Myc-related bHLH transcription factor and physically interacts with TOC1.
SOC1GeneProductAT2G45660-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis)
SPYGeneProductAT3G11540-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis) SPINDLY (SPY) encodes for the enzyme N-acetyl glucosamine transferase that may glycosylate molecules involved in GA signaling. SPY acts as both a repressor of GA responses and as a positive regulation of cytokinin signalling. [imported from TAIR http://arabidopsis.org/servlets/TairObject?id=36698&type=locus]
TOC-1GeneProductAT5G61380-TAIR-G (Gramene Arabidopsis) TIMING OF CAB EXPRESSION 1 is involved in generating circadian rythm and shortens the span of circumnutation rate. TOC1 interacts with ZTL.

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