TEM1 protein (Arabidopsis thaliana) - STRING interaction network
"TEM1" - TEMPRANILLO 1 in Arabidopsis thaliana
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TEM1TEMPRANILLO 1; Transcritptional repressor of flowering time on long day plants. Acts directly on FT expression by binding 5’-CAACA-3’ and 5’-CACCTG-3 sequences. Functionally redundant with TEM2 (361 aa)    
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GIGANTEA; Involved in regulation of circadian rhythm and photoperiodic flowering. May play a role in maintenance of circadian amplitude and period length. Is involved in phytochrome B signaling. Stabilizes ADO3 and the circadian photoreceptor ADO1/ZTL. Regulates ’CONSTANS’ (CO) in the long-day flowering pathway by modulating the ADO3-dependent protein stability of CDF1 and CDF2, but is not essential to activate CO transcription. Regulates, via the microRNA miR172, a CO-independent pathway that promotes photoperiodic flowering by inducing ’FLOWERING LOCUS T’ (1173 aa)
MADS-box protein SVP; Transcription repressor that inhibit floral transition in the autonomous flowering pathway, independent of photoperiod and temperature. Acts in a dosage-dependent manner. Together with AGL24 and AP1, controls the identity of the floral meristem and regulates expression of class B, C and E genes (240 aa)
FLOWERING LOCUS T; Probable component of the mobile flower-promoting signal (floral stimulus or florigen). Promotes the transition from vegetative growth to flowering. Required for ’SEPALLATA3’ (SEP3) and ’FRUITFULL’ (FUL) accumulation in mature rosette leaves. Seems to acts in parallel with ’LEAFY’ to induce flowering by regulating ’APETALA1’. May play a role in both the autonomous and the long- day flowering pathways (175 aa)
Related to ABI3/VP1 2; Probably acts as a transcriptional activator. Binds to the GCC-box pathogenesis-related promoter element. May be involved in the regulation of gene expression by stress factors and by components of stress signal transduction pathways (By similarity). Transcritptional repressor of flowering time on long day plants. Acts directly on FT expression by binding 5’-CAACA-3’ and 5’- CACCTG-3 sequences (Probable). Functionally redundant with TEM1 (352 aa)
Related to ABI3/VP1 1; Binds specifically to bipartite recognition sequences composed of two unrelated motifs, 5’-CAACA-3’ and 5’-CACCTG-3’. May function as negative regulator of plant growth and development (344 aa)
CONSTANS; Putative transcription factor that acts in the long day flowering pathway and may mediate between the circadian clock and the control of flowering. Plays a role in the regulation of flowering time by acting on ’SUPPRESSOR OF OVEREXPRESSION OF CO1’, ’TERMINAL FLOWER 1’ and ’FLOWERING LOCUS T’. Also regulates P5CS2 and ACS10 (involved in proline and ethylene biosynthesis, respectively) (373 aa)
AGAMOUS-like 20; Transcription activator active in flowering time control. May integrate signals from the photoperiod, vernalization and autonomous floral induction pathways. Can modulate class B and C homeotic genes expression. When associated with AGL24, mediates effect of gibberellins on flowering under short-day conditions, and regulates the expression of LEAFY (LFY), which links floral induction and floral development (214 aa)
Topless-related protein 4; Transcriptional corepressor. Negative regulator of jasmonate responses (By similarity) (1137 aa)
FLOWERING LOCUS C; Putative transcription factor that seems to play a central role in the regulation of flowering time in the late- flowering phenotype by interacting with ’FRIGIDA’, the autonomous and the vernalization flowering pathways. Inhibits flowering by repressing ’SUPPRESSOR OF OVEREXPRESSION OF CONSTANS 1’ (196 aa)
TOPLESS; Transcriptional corepressor. May repress the expression of root-promoting genes in the top half of the embryo to allow proper differentiation of the shoot pole during the transition stage of embryogenesis. Regulates the expression of PLT1 and PLT2. Negative regulator of jasmonate responses. Negative regulator of auxin responses. Negative regulator of multiple floral organ identity genes (PubMed-23034631). Required for ovule development (PubMed-25378179) (1131 aa)
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Arabidopsis thaliana
NCBI taxonomy Id: 3702
Other names: A. thaliana, Arabidopsis thaliana, Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh., mouse-ear cress, thale cress, thale-cress
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