PlantTFDB
Plant Transcription Factor Database
v4.0
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Cannabis sativa
GRAS Family
Species TF ID Description
PK00466.1GRAS family protein
PK01612.1GRAS family protein
PK01852.1GRAS family protein
PK02707.1GRAS family protein
PK04147.1GRAS family protein
PK04573.1GRAS family protein
PK05478.1GRAS family protein
PK07026.1GRAS family protein
PK07026.2GRAS family protein
PK07467.1GRAS family protein
PK08191.1GRAS family protein
PK08671.1GRAS family protein
PK09018.1GRAS family protein
PK09859.1GRAS family protein
PK09859.2GRAS family protein
PK11022.1GRAS family protein
PK11483.1GRAS family protein
PK11834.1GRAS family protein
PK13108.1GRAS family protein
PK13595.1GRAS family protein
PK13921.1GRAS family protein
PK14700.1GRAS family protein
PK14882.1GRAS family protein
PK14882.2GRAS family protein
PK15082.1GRAS family protein
PK15387.1GRAS family protein
PK15395.1GRAS family protein
PK15637.1GRAS family protein
PK17078.1GRAS family protein
PK17372.1GRAS family protein
PK17489.1GRAS family protein
PK17954.1GRAS family protein
PK18087.1GRAS family protein
PK18087.2GRAS family protein
PK20257.1GRAS family protein
PK20470.1GRAS family protein
PK20526.1GRAS family protein
PK20526.2GRAS family protein
PK20670.1GRAS family protein
PK20670.2GRAS family protein
PK21020.1GRAS family protein
PK21090.1GRAS family protein
PK22310.1GRAS family protein
PK22311.1GRAS family protein
PK22905.1GRAS family protein
PK23183.1GRAS family protein
PK24486.1GRAS family protein
PK24486.2GRAS family protein
PK24751.1GRAS family protein
PK25517.1GRAS family protein
PK26298.1GRAS family protein
PK26305.1GRAS family protein
PK26573.1GRAS family protein
PK29476.1GRAS family protein
GRAS Family Introduction

The GRAS family of putative transcriptional regulators is found throughout the plant kingdom, and these proteins have diverse roles in plant development, including root development, axillary shoot development, and maintenance of the shoot apical meristem (Bolle, 2004). GRAS proteins show conserved residues in the C terminus but contain a variable N terminus with homopolymeric stretches of certain amino acids. It has recently been shown that two GRAS proteins that regulate root growth, SCARECROW (SCR) and SHORTROOT (SHR), interact with each other (Cui et al., 2007), while a class of GRAS proteins involved in regulating plant growth, the DELLA proteins, interact with a transcription factor involved in phytochrome signaling (de Lucas et al., 2008; Feng et al., 2008).

Hirsch S, Kim J, Munoz A, Heckmann AB, Downie JA, Oldroyd GE.
GRAS proteins form a DNA binding complex to induce gene expression during nodulation signaling in Medicago truncatula.
Plant Cell, 2009. 21(2): p. 545-57.
PMID: 19252081