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From: Overexpression of an ethylene-forming ACC oxidase (ACO) gene precedes the Minute Hilum seed coat phenotype in Glycine max

Fig. 3

Overexpression of genes in the ethylene biosynthesis and signaling pathways in the minute hilum Clark isoline. The overexpressed genes in the minute hilum region of UC413 are framed and highlighted in a color background. ACC (l-aminocyclopropane-l-carboxylate); ACS (ACC Synthase); ACO (ACC Oxidase) catalyzes the last step in the synthesis of ethylene; ETO protein inhibitor of ACC Synthase; ETR2 and EIN4, ethylene receptors; RAN1 a cupper transporter; CTR1 a Raf-like kinase; EIN2 positive regulator of ethylene pathway; EIN3 transcription factor activated by EIN2; ERFs, transcription factors that turn on target genes that activate ethylene responses

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