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Table 4 List of gene functions

From: Uncovering the molecular signature underlying the light intensity-dependent root development in Arabidopsis thaliana

Gene names Gene function
PAR2 Negative regulator of shade avoidance syndrome responses and transcriptional repressor of SAUR15 and SAUR68 [33].
ARR6 Type-A response regulator, acts as negative regulator of cytokinin signaling [34].
HY5 Transcription factor playing downstream to photoreceptor signaling, promotes photomorphogenesis. It is also involved in root greening and gravitropism [15, 35].
ARF18 Auxin response factor acting as transcriptional repressor for auxin responsive genes [36].
ARF2 Auxin response factor acting as transcriptional repressor for auxin responsive genes [37].
ARF4 Auxin response factor acting as transcriptional repressor for auxin responsive genes [38].
KMD1 Type-A response regulator which targets type-B response regulator and acts as negative regulator of cytokinin signaling [39].
PIF4 Transcription factor playing negatively in phytochrome signaling pathway [40].
IAA7 Auxin inducible gene which negatively regulates auxin signaling [41].
EPR1 Transcriptional factor playing role in PHYA-mediated cotyledon opening and it is regulated by circadian clock [42].
COL3 Zn finger protein which is a positive regulator of red light signaling and photomorphogenesis. Also regulates root and shoot development [43].
SAUR9 Early auxin responsive gene induced on auxin application [44].
SAUR26 Early auxin responsive gene induced on auxin application [45].
LAX2 Auxin influx carrier involved in leaf venation [46].
COL9 CONSTANS like protein, acts as negative regulator of flowering [46].
CIP1 COP1 interaction protein, plays positive role in ABA response [47].
CSN6A Component of COP 9 signalosome complex regulating ubiquitin conjugation pathway and plays role in repression of photomorphogenesis in dark [48].
CSN6B Component of COP 9 signalosome complex regulating ubiquitin conjugation pathway and plays role in repression of photomorphogenesis in dark [48].
CCA1 Morning loop gene which functions along with LHY1 and it represses TOC1 [49].
TOC1 Evening complex gene, regulates plant fitness by controlling the clock output through repressing morning and evening loop of circadian clock [50].
PRR9 Temperature sensitive component of circadian clock, interacting with TOC1 [51].