Elizabeth A Bray
Affiliation: University of California
- Genes commonly regulated by water-deficit stress in Arabidopsis thalianaElizabeth A Bray
Department of Botany and Plant Sciences, University of California, Riverside, CA 92521, USA
J Exp Bot 55:2331-41. 2004..A more detailed analysis of genes involved in cell wall metabolism, indicated that there was a global decrease in expression of genes that promote cell expansion...
- Classification of genes differentially expressed during water-deficit stress in Arabidopsis thaliana: an analysis using microarray and differential expression dataElizabeth A Bray
Department of Botany and Plant Sciences, and The Center for Plant Cell Biology, University of California, Riverside 92521, USA
Ann Bot 89:803-11. 2002..As microarray techniques are refined, plant stress biologists will be able to characterize changes in gene expression within the whole genome in specific organs and tissues subjected to different levels of water-deficit stress...
- Role of abscisic acid (ABA) and Arabidopsis thaliana ABA-insensitive loci in low water potential-induced ABA and proline accumulationPaul E Verslues
Department of Botany and Plant Sciences and Center for Plant Cell Biology, University of California, Riverside, CA 92521, USA
J Exp Bot 57:201-12. 2006..These data provide new information on the function of ABA in seedlings exposed to low water potential and define new roles for three of the well-studied abi loci...
- Differential mRNA translation contributes to gene regulation under non-stress and dehydration stress conditions in Arabidopsis thalianaRiki Kawaguchi
Department of Botany and Plant Sciences, Center for Plant Cell Biology, University of California, Riverside, CA 92521-0124, USA
Plant J 38:823-39. 2004..Thus, the abundance of PS mRNA may provide a more accurate estimate of gene expression than total cellular mRNA because of extensive differential translational regulation...
- LWR1 and LWR2 are required for osmoregulation and osmotic adjustment in ArabidopsisPaul E Verslues
Department of Botany and Plant Sciences and the Center for Plant Cell Biology, University of California, Riverside, CA 92521, USA
Plant Physiol 136:2831-42. 2004..In both mutants, the effects on solute content were too large to be explained by the changes in Pro content alone, indicating that LWR1 and LWR2 affect multiple aspects of cellular osmoregulation...
- The histone-like protein H1-S and the response of tomato leaves to water deficitGabriella S Scippa
Dipartimento di Scienze e Tecnologie per l Ambiente ed il Territorio, Università degli Studi del Molise, Via Mazzini 8, 86170 Isernia, Italia
J Exp Bot 55:99-109. 2004..This analysis indicates that H1-S has more than one function, at different times, in controlling plant water status, highlighting the complexity of the water stress response...