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Table. 1.

Table. 1.

Chrysanthemum key genes and their functions

Name Function References
CmHSFA4 CmHSFA4 (in overexpression) improved the salt tolerance of chrysanthemum (Li et al. 2018)
WRKY transcription factor correlated in stress responses including salt stress, drought, disease, aphid resistance (Fan et al. 2015; Li et al. 2015a; Li et al. 2015b; Fan et al. 2016; Jaffar et al. 2016; Liang et al. 2017; Wang et al. 2017)
CmDREB6 CmDREB6 (in overexpression) improved the heat tolerance (Du et al. 2018)
CmCPL1 CmCPL1 increased (in overexpression) or decreased (in knockdown) the heat tolerance (Qi et al. 2018)
ClCBF1 ClCBF1 (in overexpression) improved its drought tolerance and salt stress in C. lavandulifolium ‘White Snow’ (Gao et al. 2018b)
CmCYC2 CmCYC2c increased (in overexpression) flower number and ray floret length, deficient to completely modify flower shape (Huang et al. 2016)
CmTCP20 obligation for petal elongation growth (Wang et al. 2019a)
CmANR1 encouragement nonessential root and lateral root development (Sun et al. 2018)
CmERF053 maintaining the new regulating shoot function and developing lateral root, affecting drought resistance (Nie et al. 2018)
Cm-BBX24 transgenic RNA interference (Cm-BBX24-RNAi) suppressed flowering earlier ~ 20 days than wild type (Yang et al. 2014)
CmNF-YB8 CmNF-YB8 expression with cmo-MIR156 influences flowering time (Wei et al. 2017)
CtA3′5′GT CtA3′5′GT (true blue color), encoding UDP-glucose: Clitoria ternatea with anthocyanin 3′,5′-O-glucosyltransferase, and Campanula medium with CamF3′5′H, encoding F3′5′H (Noda et al. 2017)
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