PlantTFDB
Plant Transcription Factor Database
v4.0
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Utricularia gibba
GRAS Family
Species TF ID Description
678309759GRAS family protein
678313963GRAS family protein
678319163GRAS family protein
678321253GRAS family protein
678329641GRAS family protein
678330189GRAS family protein
678336030GRAS family protein
678352058GRAS family protein
678360633GRAS family protein
678386553GRAS family protein
678388500GRAS family protein
678394758GRAS family protein
678395402GRAS family protein
678403537GRAS family protein
678411294GRAS family protein
678415996GRAS family protein
678417385GRAS family protein
678424356GRAS family protein
678438610GRAS family protein
678445974GRAS family protein
678448941GRAS family protein
678449484GRAS family protein
678449795GRAS family protein
678449798GRAS family protein
678453508GRAS family protein
678453964GRAS family protein
678454987GRAS family protein
678456216GRAS family protein
678456219GRAS family protein
678457765GRAS family protein
678458536GRAS family protein
678459663GRAS family protein
678460195GRAS family protein
678460771GRAS family protein
678461139GRAS family protein
678462123GRAS family protein
678463089GRAS family protein
678463650GRAS family protein
678463653GRAS family protein
678464228GRAS family protein
678464754GRAS family protein
678465297GRAS family protein
678467282GRAS family protein
678475717GRAS family protein
678475723GRAS 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