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Length: 2097  
Chromosome Location: Chr5: 4448862-4450958
Organism . Short Name: A. thaliana
TAIR Computational Description: AGAMOUS-like 15;(source:Araport11)
TAIR Curator Summary: AGL15 (AGAMOUS-Like 15) is a member of the MADS domain family of regulatory factors. Although AGL15 is preferentially expressed during embryogenesis, AGL15 is also expressed in leaf primordia, shoot apical meristems and young floral buds, suggesting that AGL15 may play a role during post-germinative development. Transgenic plants that ectopically express AGL15 show delays in the transition to flowering, perianth abscission and senescence and fruit and seed maturation. Role in embryogenesis and gibberellic acid catabolism. Targets B3 domain transcription factors that are key regulators of embryogenesis.AGL15 binds the HAE promoter in floral receptacles and represses HAE expression. AGL15 is phosphorylated in a MKK4/5 dependent manner in floral receptacles. Serines 231 and 257 are phosphorylated in floral receptacles. AGL15 also directly regulates the expression of the peroxidase PRX17, linking it to lignified tissue expression.
TAIR Short Description: AGAMOUS-like 15
TAIR Aliases: AGL15