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The Plant Cell
A new family of three related cyclins has been identified in Arabidopsis by complementation of a yeast strain deficient in G1 cyclins. Individual members show tissue-specific expression and are conserved in other plant species. They form a distinctive group of plant cyclins, which we named 6-type cyclins to indicate their similarities with mammalian D-type cyclins. The sequence relationships between 6 and D cyclins include the N-terminal sequence LXCXE. This motif was originally identified indoi:10.2307/3869840 pmid:7696881 fatcat:fhrq3gybrjbwngwsaylhagjz7y