Communicating across generations: The Bsister language
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Bsister proteins form a clade of MADS-box transcription factors that originated 300 million years ago, after ferns diverged but before Angiosperms and Gymnosperms lineages did. Thus, Bsister proteins have been found in both Gymnosperm and Angiosperm species such as paddy oat (Gnetum gnemon), ginkgo, yew (Taxus baccata), rape seed, rice, maize, wheat, petunia, snapdragon, tomato and Arabidopsis. In all these species, they are expressed in female reproductive organs
CitationRoig-Villanova, I. [et al.]. Communicating across generations: The Bsister language. "Plant biosystems", 2014, vol. 148, núm. 1, p. 150-156.