ata-miR172c-3p: Ata-mir172c-3p is a conserved miRNA involved in the protein network [PMC7589925]. It is predicted to target the CRF gene [PMC7045451]. Ata-mir172c-3p is part of a subset of APETALA2/ethylene response factor (AP2/ERF) transcription factors that regulate plant development through the cytokinin signal transduction pathway [PMC7045451]. It may play a role in wheat seed development through cytokinin regulation [PMC7045451]. The target gene products of ata-mir172c-3p, such as DnaJ and chaperone binding, are involved in seed development and response to heat stress [PMC7045451]. Ata-mir172c-3p, along with osa-miR171a, miR396s (ata-miR396a-5p, ata-miR396e-5p, and ata-miR396c-5p), ata-miR393-5p_L-1R + 1, and ata-miR5168-3p are relatively more abundant during early stages of wheat grain development [PMC7045451]. These miRNAs may be involved in the early stages of grain development [PMC7045451]. References: [PMC7589925] - Zhang YJ et al. (2020) Identification and characterization of conserved microRNAs involved in protein network during wheat grain development. BMC Plant Biol 20(1): 393. doi: 10.1186/s12870-020-02570-w. [PMC7045451] - Zhang YJ et al. (2020) Identification and characterization of microRNAs during wheat grain development. BMC Genomics 21(1): 6. doi: 10.1186/s12864-019-6412-2.
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