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Methylated flavones, and tricin in particular, have been implicated in protecting wheat plants against a variety of biotic and abiotic stresses. Methylated flavones are produced via O-methylation of the hydroxyl groups in flavones, which is catalyzed by O-methyltransferases (OMTs). To examine the role of wheat OMT2 in methylated flavone biosynthesis and facilitate interrogation of tricin functions in wheat-environment interactions, loss-of-function mutants of OMT2 homoeologs, omt-A2 and omt-B2,doi:10.3390/plants11020164 pmid:35050052 pmcid:PMC8780298 fatcat:q7tp3ogylfhy5cdz2rg5ziqqei