The circadian oscillator gene GIGANTEA mediates a long-term response of the Arabidopsis thaliana circadian clock to sucrose
Neil Dalchau, Seong J Baek, Helen M Briggs, Fiona C Robertson, Antony N Dodd, Michael J Gardner, Matthew A Stancombe, Michael J Haydon, Guy-Bart Stan, Jorge M Goncalves, Alex AR Webb
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences | NATL ACAD SCIENCES | Published : 2011
Awarded by Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council
Awarded by Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
We thank Prof. G. Coupland for donation of the Wassilewskija ecotype gi-11 CAB2::luc seed line. We thank the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, United Kingdom, for grants to A. A. R. W. (supporting N.D., A.N.D., H. M. B., F. C. R., M. A. S., and M.J.H.) and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, United Kingdom, for a grant to A. A. R. W. and J.M.G. (supporting G.-B.S.). G.-B.S. also acknowledges the support of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council-funded Centre for Synthetic Biology and Innovation at Imperial College London where he did part of this work. S.J.B. is grateful for funding from the Korean Science Foundation. M.J.G. was a Corpus Christi College, Cambridge Junior Research Fellow and is also grateful to the Royal Society of London for a grant supporting his research. A. A. R. W. acknowledges the financial support of the Isaac Newton Trust, Cambridge, allowing the purchase of a photon-counting camera used in this study.