PlantTFDB
Plant Transcription Factor Database
v4.0
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Petunia axillaris
GRAS Family
Species TF ID Description
Peaxi162Scf00002g00162.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00004g00092.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00012g00295.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00038g00217.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00050g00101.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00058g00102.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00058g00263.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00062g00073.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00066g00191.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00071g00098.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00073g00110.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00075g01527.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00089g00027.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00141g00619.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00159g00167.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00164g01128.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00164g01137.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00164g01138.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00165g00091.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00228g00007.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00228g00110.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00228g00111.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00228g00112.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00228g00113.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00228g00224.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00232g00101.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00242g01318.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00264g00014.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00285g00084.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00299g00019.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00299g10019.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00305g00129.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00330g00063.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00330g00619.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00361g00101.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00374g00723.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00393g00042.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00413g00061.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00420g00650.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00427g00052.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00444g00001.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00452g00037.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00495g00016.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00515g00055.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00520g00001.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00531g00332.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00548g00063.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00576g00063.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00624g00051.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00646g00004.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00646g00012.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00650g00223.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00691g00048.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00714g00058.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00760g00035.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00774g00022.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00774g00220.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00774g00221.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00776g00311.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00803g00003.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00848g00031.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00896g00014.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00939g00210.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00939g00234.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf00939g00235.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf01132g00321.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf01160g00124.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf01324g00011.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf01365g00010.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf01390g00007.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf01390g00037.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf01619g00003.1GRAS family protein
Peaxi162Scf02980g00004.1GRAS 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