The A. thaliana Columbia were grown at 22°C under either an LD photoperiod (16-hour light/8-hour dark cycles) or an SD photoperiod (8-hour light/16-hour dark cycles) with a light intensity of 160 μmol m−2 s−1. The mutants procured from the SALK collection were as follows: coolair-1, SALK_131491; coolair-2, SALKseq_125494; fca-9, an fca allele in the Columbia background; clf-29, SALK_021003; ssu72-1, SALKseq_120634; and ssu72–2, SALK_059245. Vernalization for flowering time measurement was performed as previously described (35, 39).

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