Experts and Doctors on arabidopsis in France


Locale: France
Topic: arabidopsis

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  1. Albert S, Delseny M, Devic M. BANYULS, a novel negative regulator of flavonoid biosynthesis in the Arabidopsis seed coat. Plant J. 1997;11:289-99 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that BANYULS functions as a negative regulator of flavonoid biosynthesis that prevents accumulation of pigments in the seed coat during early embryogenesis in Arabidopsis. ..
  2. Jouannic N, Lepetit M, Vergnolle C, Cantrel C, Gardies A, Kader J, et al. Isolation of a cDNA from Arabidopsis thaliana that complements the sec14 mutant of yeast. Eur J Biochem. 1998;258:402-10 pubmed
    ..Southern analysis suggests the presence of a single gene in the Arabidopsis genome, although the existence of distantly related sequences cannot be excluded. This gene is expressed in roots, leaves, flowers and siliques of Arabidopsis. ..
  3. Josse E, Simkin A, Gaff J, Labour A, Kuntz M, Carol P. A plastid terminal oxidase associated with carotenoid desaturation during chromoplast differentiation. Plant Physiol. 2000;123:1427-36 pubmed
    ..These data show that PTOX also participates in carotenoid desaturation in chromoplasts in addition to its role during early chloroplast development...
  4. Bichet A, Desnos T, Turner S, Grandjean O, Hofte H. BOTERO1 is required for normal orientation of cortical microtubules and anisotropic cell expansion in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2001;25:137-48 pubmed
  5. Hutin C, Nussaume L, Moise N, Moya I, Kloppstech K, Havaux M. Early light-induced proteins protect Arabidopsis from photooxidative stress. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2003;100:4921-6 pubmed
  6. Berrin J, Pierrugues O, Brutesco C, Alonso B, Montillet J, Roby D, et al. Stress induces the expression of AtNADK-1, a gene encoding a NAD(H) kinase in Arabidopsis thaliana. Mol Genet Genomics. 2005;273:10-9 pubmed
    ..Our results indicate that this novel NAD(H) kinase may contribute to the maintenance of redox status in Arabidopsis thaliana. ..
  7. Seemanpillai M, Elamawi R, Ritzenthaler C, Heinlein M. Challenging the role of microtubules in Tobacco mosaic virus movement by drug treatments is disputable. J Virol. 2006;80:6712-5 pubmed
    ..Thus, results obtained from studies using microtubule inhibitors may have to remain open to interpretation with regard to the involvement of microtubules in viral RNA trafficking. ..
  8. Dunoyer P, Himber C, Ruiz Ferrer V, Alioua A, Voinnet O. Intra- and intercellular RNA interference in Arabidopsis thaliana requires components of the microRNA and heterochromatic silencing pathways. Nat Genet. 2007;39:848-56 pubmed
    ..Finally, we show that the genetics of RNAi is distinct from that of antiviral silencing and propose that this experimental silencing pathway has a direct endogenous plant counterpart. ..
  9. Bernoux M, Timmers T, Jauneau A, Briere C, de Wit P, Marco Y, et al. RD19, an Arabidopsis cysteine protease required for RRS1-R-mediated resistance, is relocalized to the nucleus by the Ralstonia solanacearum PopP2 effector. Plant Cell. 2008;20:2252-64 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that RD19 associates with PopP2 to form a nuclear complex that is required for activation of the RRS1-R-mediated resistance response...

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  1. Irshad M, Canut H, Borderies G, Pont Lezica R, Jamet E. A new picture of cell wall protein dynamics in elongating cells of Arabidopsis thaliana: confirmed actors and newcomers. BMC Plant Biol. 2008;8:94 pubmed publisher
    ..A proteomic study was performed on etiolated hypocotyls of Arabidopsis used as model of cells undergoing elongation followed by growth arrest within a short time...
  2. Braun N, Wyrzykowska J, Muller P, David K, Couch D, Perrot Rechenmann C, et al. Conditional repression of AUXIN BINDING PROTEIN1 reveals that it coordinates cell division and cell expansion during postembryonic shoot development in Arabidopsis and tobacco. Plant Cell. 2008;20:2746-62 pubmed publisher
  3. Quentin M, Allasia V, Pegard A, Allais F, Ducrot P, Favery B, et al. Imbalanced lignin biosynthesis promotes the sexual reproduction of homothallic oomycete pathogens. PLoS Pathog. 2009;5:e1000264 pubmed publisher
    ..arabidopsidis. Taken together, our study shows that an artificial downregulation of COMT can drastically alter the interaction of a plant with the biotic environment. ..
  4. Roa H, Lang J, Culligan K, Keller M, Holec S, Cognat V, et al. Ribonucleotide reductase regulation in response to genotoxic stress in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2009;151:461-71 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results therefore suggest that individual RNR2-like catalytic subunit genes participate in unique aspects of the cellular response to DNA damage in Arabidopsis. ..
  5. Jay F, Renou J, Voinnet O, Navarro L. Biotic stress-associated microRNAs: identification, detection, regulation, and functional analysis. Methods Mol Biol. 2010;592:183-202 pubmed publisher
    ..Finally, we describe strategies that can be used to functionally characterize individual biotic stress-associated miRNAs, or the miRNA pathway, in disease resistance. ..
  6. Mubarakshina M, Ivanov B, Naydov I, Hillier W, Badger M, Krieger Liszkay A. Production and diffusion of chloroplastic H2O2 and its implication to signalling. J Exp Bot. 2010;61:3577-87 pubmed publisher
    ..The fact that H(2)O(2) produced by chloroplasts can be detected outside these organelles is an important finding in terms of understanding how chloroplastic H(2)O(2) can serve as a signal molecule. ..
  7. Cantrel C, Vazquez T, Puyaubert J, Rezé N, Lesch M, Kaiser W, et al. Nitric oxide participates in cold-responsive phosphosphingolipid formation and gene expression in Arabidopsis thaliana. New Phytol. 2011;189:415-27 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, these data suggest a new function for NO as an intermediate in gene regulation and lipid-based signaling during cold transduction. ..
  8. Pourcher M, Santambrogio M, Thazar N, Thierry A, Fobis Loisy I, Miège C, et al. Analyses of sorting nexins reveal distinct retromer-subcomplex functions in development and protein sorting in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell. 2010;22:3980-91 pubmed publisher
    ..Finally, we provide compelling evidence that the combined loss of function of SNXs and VPS29 leads to embryo or seedling lethality, underlining the essential role of these proteins in development. ..
  9. Krapp A, Berthomé R, Orsel M, Mercey Boutet S, Yu A, Castaings L, et al. Arabidopsis roots and shoots show distinct temporal adaptation patterns toward nitrogen starvation. Plant Physiol. 2011;157:1255-82 pubmed publisher
    ..In the context of a sustainable agriculture, this work will give new insight for the production of crops with increased N use efficiency...
  10. Drevensek S, Goussot M, Duroc Y, Christodoulidou A, Steyaert S, Schaefer E, et al. The Arabidopsis TRM1-TON1 interaction reveals a recruitment network common to plant cortical microtubule arrays and eukaryotic centrosomes. Plant Cell. 2012;24:178-91 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, we found that TON1 can interact with the human CAP350 M2 motif in yeast. Taken together, our results suggest conservation of eukaryotic centrosomal components in plant cells. ..
  11. Pardoux R, Sauge Merle S, Lemaire D, Delangle P, Guilloreau L, Adriano J, et al. Modulating uranium binding affinity in engineered calmodulin EF-hand peptides: effect of phosphorylation. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e41922 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, our data demonstrate that the phosphoryl group plays a determining role in uranyl binding affinity to proteins at physiological pH...
  12. Roach T, Krieger Liszkay A. The role of the PsbS protein in the protection of photosystems I and II against high light in Arabidopsis thaliana. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2012;1817:2158-65 pubmed publisher
    ..Cyclic electron flow is concluded to be essential for protecting photosystem I from high light stress. ..
  13. Bernard A, Joubès J. Arabidopsis cuticular waxes: advances in synthesis, export and regulation. Prog Lipid Res. 2013;52:110-29 pubmed publisher
    ..However its developmental regulation is still poorly described. Here, we discuss the present knowledge of wax functions, biosynthesis and transport as well as the regulation of these processes...
  14. Montillet J, Leonhardt N, Mondy S, Tranchimand S, Rumeau D, Boudsocq M, et al. An abscisic acid-independent oxylipin pathway controls stomatal closure and immune defense in Arabidopsis. PLoS Biol. 2013;11:e1001513 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, our results demonstrate that early biotic signaling in guard cells is an ABA-independent process revealing a novel function of LOX1-dependent stomatal pathway in plant immunity. ..
  15. Shahzad Z, Ranwez V, Fizames C, Marquès L, Le Martret B, Alassimone J, et al. Plant Defensin type 1 (PDF1): protein promiscuity and expression variation within the Arabidopsis genus shed light on zinc tolerance acquisition in Arabidopsis halleri. New Phytol. 2013;200:820-33 pubmed publisher
    ..A constitutive increase in AhPDF1 transcript accumulation is proposed to be an evolutionary innovation co-opting the promiscuous PDF1 protein for its contribution to Zn tolerance in A. halleri. ..
  16. Léran S, Varala K, Boyer J, Chiurazzi M, Crawford N, Daniel Vedele F, et al. A unified nomenclature of NITRATE TRANSPORTER 1/PEPTIDE TRANSPORTER family members in plants. Trends Plant Sci. 2014;19:5-9 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that the members should be named accordingly: NPFX.Y, where X denotes the subfamily and Y the individual member within the species. ..
  17. Niehl A, Pasquier A, Ferriol I, Mely Y, Heinlein M. Comparison of the Oilseed rape mosaic virus and Tobacco mosaic virus movement proteins (MP) reveals common and dissimilar MP functions for tobamovirus spread. Virology. 2014;456-457:43-54 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, accumulation of tobamoviral MP in inclusions or along MTs is not required for virus movement. ..
  18. Gaufichon L, Rothstein S, Suzuki A. Asparagine Metabolic Pathways in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell Physiol. 2016;57:675-89 pubmed publisher
  19. Delage L, Duchene A, Zaepfel M, Maréchal Drouard L. The anticodon and the D-domain sequences are essential determinants for plant cytosolic tRNA(Val) import into mitochondria. Plant J. 2003;34:623-33 pubmed
    ..Indeed, this suggests that the tRNA import mechanism occurring in plant mitochondria may be different from what has been described so far in yeast or in protozoa. ..
  20. Vergnolle C, Vaultier M, Taconnat L, Renou J, Kader J, Zachowski A, et al. The cold-induced early activation of phospholipase C and D pathways determines the response of two distinct clusters of genes in Arabidopsis cell suspensions. Plant Physiol. 2005;139:1217-33 pubmed
    ..The connection of these pathways with the CBF pathway, currently the most understood genetic system playing a role in cold acclimation, is discussed. ..
  21. Ferrario Mery S, Meyer C, Hodges M. Chloroplast nitrite uptake is enhanced in Arabidopsis PII mutants. FEBS Lett. 2008;582:1061-6 pubmed publisher
    ..However, the uptake differences do not depend on GS/GOGAT activities. Our observations suggest that PII is involved in the regulation of nitrite uptake into higher plant chloroplasts. ..
  22. Fouquet R, Léon C, Ollat N, Barrieu F. Identification of grapevine aquaporins and expression analysis in developing berries. Plant Cell Rep. 2008;27:1541-50 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, the data provided in this paper indicate that aquaporins are implicated in various physiological aspects of grape berry development. ..
  23. Vanstraelen M, Baloban M, Da Ines O, Cultrone A, Lammens T, Boudolf V, et al. APC/C-CCS52A complexes control meristem maintenance in the Arabidopsis root. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009;106:11806-11 pubmed publisher
  24. Baud S, Feria Bourrellier A, Azzopardi M, Berger A, Dechorgnat J, Daniel Vedele F, et al. PII is induced by WRINKLED1 and fine-tunes fatty acid composition in seeds of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant J. 2010;64:291-303 pubmed publisher
    ..The results obtained outline a role for PII in the fine tuning of fatty acid biosynthesis and partitioning in seeds. ..
  25. Grienenberger E, Kim S, Lallemand B, Geoffroy P, Heintz D, Souza C, et al. Analysis of TETRAKETIDE ?-PYRONE REDUCTASE function in Arabidopsis thaliana reveals a previously unknown, but conserved, biochemical pathway in sporopollenin monomer biosynthesis. Plant Cell. 2010;22:4067-83 pubmed publisher
    ..TKPR activities, together with those of ACOS5 and PKSA/B, identify a conserved biosynthetic pathway leading to hydroxylated ?-pyrone compounds that were previously unknown to be sporopollenin precursors. ..
  26. Barberon M, Zelazny E, Robert S, Conejero G, Curie C, Friml J, et al. Monoubiquitin-dependent endocytosis of the iron-regulated transporter 1 (IRT1) transporter controls iron uptake in plants. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011;108:E450-8 pubmed publisher
    ..More generally, our work demonstrates the existence of monoubiquitin-dependent trafficking to lytic vacuoles in plants and points to proteasome-independent turnover of plasma membrane proteins. ..
  27. Dupeux F, Santiago J, Betz K, Twycross J, Park S, Rodriguez L, et al. A thermodynamic switch modulates abscisic acid receptor sensitivity. EMBO J. 2011;30:4171-84 pubmed publisher
    ..This work illustrates how receptor oligomerization can modulate hormonal responses and more generally, the sensitivity of a ligand-dependent signalling system. ..
  28. Gravot A, Deleu C, Wagner G, Lariagon C, Lugan R, Todd C, et al. Arginase induction represses gall development during clubroot infection in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell Physiol. 2012;53:901-11 pubmed publisher
    ..We hypothesized that arginase contributes to a negative control over clubroot symptoms, by reducing hormone-triggered cellular proliferation. ..
  29. van der Rest B, Rolland N, Boisson A, Ferro M, Bligny R, Douce R. Identification and characterization of plant glycerophosphodiester phosphodiesterase. Biochem J. 2004;379:601-7 pubmed
    ..Since these properties are similar to those of GLPQ, the bacterial GPX-PDE, the similarities between plant and bacterial enzymes are also discussed. ..
  30. Cellier F, Conejero G, Ricaud L, Luu D, Lepetit M, Gosti F, et al. Characterization of AtCHX17, a member of the cation/H+ exchangers, CHX family, from Arabidopsis thaliana suggests a role in K+ homeostasis. Plant J. 2004;39:834-46 pubmed
    ..Knockout mutants accumulated less K(+) in roots in response to salt stress and potassium starvation compared with the wild type. These data support the hypothesis that AtCHX17 is involved in K(+) acquisition and homeostasis. ..
  31. Wydau S, Ferri Fioni M, Blanquet S, Plateau P. GEK1, a gene product of Arabidopsis thaliana involved in ethanol tolerance, is a D-aminoacyl-tRNA deacylase. Nucleic Acids Res. 2007;35:930-8 pubmed publisher
    ..coli for the absence of endogeneous d-Tyr- tRNA(Tyr) deacylase. Possible connections between exposure of plants to ethanol/acetaldehyde and misaminoacylation of tRNA by d-amino acids are considered...
  32. Mallory A, Hinze A, Tucker M, Bouche N, Gasciolli V, Elmayan T, et al. Redundant and specific roles of the ARGONAUTE proteins AGO1 and ZLL in development and small RNA-directed gene silencing. PLoS Genet. 2009;5:e1000646 pubmed publisher
  33. Hunault G, Jaspard E. LEAPdb: a database for the late embryogenesis abundant proteins. BMC Genomics. 2010;11:221 pubmed publisher
    ..LEAPdb contains 769 non-redundant and curated entries, from 196 organisms. All LEAP sequences are full-length. LEAPdb is publicly available at ..
  34. Demarsy E, Buhr F, Lambert E, Lerbs Mache S. Characterization of the plastid-specific germination and seedling establishment transcriptional programme. J Exp Bot. 2012;63:925-39 pubmed publisher
    ..During stratification and germination mRNA accumulation is not paralleled by protein accumulation, indicating that plastid transcription is more important for efficient germination than translation. ..
  35. Peeters N, Chapron A, Giritch A, Grandjean O, Lancelin D, Lhomme T, et al. Duplication and quadruplication of Arabidopsis thaliana cysteinyl- and asparaginyl-tRNA synthetase genes of organellar origin. J Mol Evol. 2000;50:413-23 pubmed
    ..These case histories are the best examples to date of capture of organellar aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases by the cytosolic protein synthesis machinery. ..
  36. Montillet J, Cacas J, Garnier L, Montané M, Douki T, Bessoule J, et al. The upstream oxylipin profile of Arabidopsis thaliana: a tool to scan for oxidative stresses. Plant J. 2004;40:439-51 pubmed
    ..Under cadmium stress, the 9 LOX pathway added to the 13 LOX one. ROS-mediated peroxidation was mainly driven by light and always appeared as a late process. ..
  37. Ferrario Mery S, Bouvet M, Leleu O, Savino G, Hodges M, Meyer C. Physiological characterisation of Arabidopsis mutants affected in the expression of the putative regulatory protein PII. Planta. 2005;223:28-39 pubmed
    ..Although the phenotypic changes are rather small in the mutant lines, these data support the hypothesis of a subtle involvement of the PII protein in the regulation of some steps of primary C and N metabolism. ..
  38. Tzvetkova Chevolleau T, Hutin C, Noël L, Goforth R, Carde J, Caffarri S, et al. Canonical signal recognition particle components can be bypassed for posttranslational protein targeting in chloroplasts. Plant Cell. 2007;19:1635-48 pubmed
  39. Bassard J, Richert L, Geerinck J, Renault H, Duval F, Ullmann P, et al. Protein-protein and protein-membrane associations in the lignin pathway. Plant Cell. 2012;24:4465-82 pubmed publisher
    ..Protein relocalization was further enhanced in tissues undergoing wound repair. CYP98A3 was the most effective in driving protein association. ..
  40. Dellagi A, Rigault M, Segond D, Roux C, Kraepiel Y, Cellier F, et al. Siderophore-mediated upregulation of Arabidopsis ferritin expression in response to Erwinia chrysanthemi infection. Plant J. 2005;43:262-72 pubmed
    ..chrysanthemi is a basal defense mechanism which is mainly activated by bacterial siderophores. The potential role of siderophores in this process is discussed...
  41. Foucart C, Jauneau A, Gion J, Amelot N, Martinez Y, Panegos P, et al. Overexpression of EgROP1, a Eucalyptus vascular-expressed Rac-like small GTPase, affects secondary xylem formation in Arabidopsis thaliana. New Phytol. 2009;183:1014-29 pubmed publisher
    ..These results suggest a role for EgROP1 in fibre cell morphology and secondary cell wall formation making it a good candidate gene for marker-based selection of eucalyptus trees. ..
  42. Ligat L, Lauber E, Albenne C, San Clemente H, Valot B, Zivy M, et al. Analysis of the xylem sap proteome of Brassica oleracea reveals a high content in secreted proteins. Proteomics. 2011;11:1798-813 pubmed publisher
    ..The origin of xylem sap proteins is discussed. All the experimental data including the MS/MS data were made available in the WallProtDB cell wall proteomic database. ..
  43. Gery C, Zuther E, Schulz E, Legoupi J, Chauveau A, McKhann H, et al. Natural variation in the freezing tolerance of Arabidopsis thaliana: effects of RNAi-induced CBF depletion and QTL localisation vary among accessions. Plant Sci. 2011;180:12-23 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, natural variation is suggested to be an interesting source of novel regulatory pathways and genes that may be useful in the future for improving plant freezing tolerance. ..
  44. Horrer D, Flütsch S, Pazmino D, Matthews J, Thalmann M, Nigro A, et al. Blue Light Induces a Distinct Starch Degradation Pathway in Guard Cells for Stomatal Opening. Curr Biol. 2016;26:362-70 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results show that guard cell starch degradation has an important role in plant growth by driving stomatal responses to light. ..
  45. Lagrange T, Hakimi M, Pontier D, Courtois F, Alcaraz J, Grunwald D, et al. Transcription factor IIB (TFIIB)-related protein (pBrp), a plant-specific member of the TFIIB-related protein family. Mol Cell Biol. 2003;23:3274-86 pubmed
    ..Our data provide the first evidence for an organelle-related evolution of the eukaryotic general transcription machinery...
  46. Thévenin J, Pollet B, Letarnec B, Saulnier L, Gissot L, Maia Grondard A, et al. The simultaneous repression of CCR and CAD, two enzymes of the lignin biosynthetic pathway, results in sterility and dwarfism in Arabidopsis thaliana. Mol Plant. 2011;4:70-82 pubmed publisher
    ..These consequences must be carefully considered when trying to reduce the lignin content of plants in order to facilitate the lignocellulose-to-bioethanol conversion process. ..
  47. Janicka S, Kuhn K, Le Ret M, Bonnard G, Imbault P, Augustyniak H, et al. A RAD52-like single-stranded DNA binding protein affects mitochondrial DNA repair by recombination. Plant J. 2012;72:423-35 pubmed publisher
    ..These observations identify ODB1 as a further component of homologous recombination-dependent DNA repair in plant mitochondria. ..
  48. Vittorioso P, Cowling R, Faure J, Caboche M, Bellini C. Mutation in the Arabidopsis PASTICCINO1 gene, which encodes a new FK506-binding protein-like protein, has a dramatic effect on plant development. Mol Cell Biol. 1998;18:3034-43 pubmed
    ..These results are of particular relevance as they show for the first time that an FKBP-like protein plays an important role in the control of plant development. ..
  49. Vert G, Briat J, Curie C. Arabidopsis IRT2 gene encodes a root-periphery iron transporter. Plant J. 2001;26:181-9 pubmed
    ..Altogether, these data support a role for the IRT2 transporter in iron and zinc uptake from the soil in response to iron-limited conditions. ..
  50. Chopin F, Wirth J, Dorbe M, Lejay L, Krapp A, Gojon A, et al. The Arabidopsis nitrate transporter AtNRT2.1 is targeted to the root plasma membrane. Plant Physiol Biochem. 2007;45:630-5 pubmed
    ..Altogether, our results demonstrate that the AtNRT2.1 protein is located in the plasma membrane of the root cells. ..
  51. Vert G, Chory J. A toggle switch in plant nitrate uptake. Cell. 2009;138:1064-6 pubmed publisher
    ..In this issue, Ho et al. (2009) show that phosphorylation of the CHL1 nitrate transporter allows the plant root to sense and respond to different nitrate concentrations in the soil. ..
  52. Domergue F, Vishwanath S, Joubès J, Ono J, Lee J, Bourdon M, et al. Three Arabidopsis fatty acyl-coenzyme A reductases, FAR1, FAR4, and FAR5, generate primary fatty alcohols associated with suberin deposition. Plant Physiol. 2010;153:1539-54 pubmed publisher
    ..Altogether, these results indicate that Arabidopsis FAR1, FAR4, and FAR5 generate the fatty alcohols found in root, seed coat, and wound-induced leaf tissue...
  53. Galzerano D, Feilke K, Schaub P, Beyer P, Krieger Liszkay A. Effect of constitutive expression of bacterial phytoene desaturase CRTI on photosynthetic electron transport in Arabidopsis thaliana. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2014;1837:345-53 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that PTOX competes efficiently with cyclic electron flow for plastoquinol in the CRTI-expressing lines and that it plays a crucial role in the control of the reduction state of the plastoquinone pool...
  54. Brito B, Marenda M, Barberis P, Boucher C, Genin S. prhJ and hrpG, two new components of the plant signal-dependent regulatory cascade controlled by PrhA in Ralstonia solanacearum. Mol Microbiol. 1999;31:237-51 pubmed
    ..HrpG then activates the hrpB regulatory gene, and, subsequently, the remaining hrp transcriptional units in all known inducing conditions...
  55. Perrin R, Meyer E, Zaepfel M, Kim Y, Mache R, Grienenberger J, et al. Two exoribonucleases act sequentially to process mature 3'-ends of atp9 mRNAs in Arabidopsis mitochondria. J Biol Chem. 2004;279:25440-6 pubmed
    ..First, AtmtPNPase is involved in removing 3' extensions that may reach several kilobases. Second, AtmtRNaseII degrades short nucleotidic extensions to generate the mature 3'-ends. ..
  56. Jakubiec A, Notaise J, Tournier V, Héricourt F, Block M, Drugeon G, et al. Assembly of turnip yellow mosaic virus replication complexes: interaction between the proteinase and polymerase domains of the replication proteins. J Virol. 2004;78:7945-57 pubmed
    ..These results support a novel model for the interaction of TYMV replication proteins and suggest that viruses in the alphavirus-like supergroup may have selected different pathways to assemble their replication complexes...
  57. Gojon A, Krouk G, Perrine Walker F, Laugier E. Nitrate transceptor(s) in plants. J Exp Bot. 2011;62:2299-308 pubmed publisher
    ..1 is a representative of this class of protein. The various facets, as well as the mechanisms of nitrate sensing by NRT1.1 are considered, and the possible occurrence of other nitrate transceptors is discussed. ..
  58. Höfer R, Dong L, Andre F, Ginglinger J, Lugan R, Gavira C, et al. Geraniol hydroxylase and hydroxygeraniol oxidase activities of the CYP76 family of cytochrome P450 enzymes and potential for engineering the early steps of the (seco)iridoid pathway. Metab Eng. 2013;20:221-32 pubmed publisher
    ..When the enzyme was expressed in leaf tissues, 8-oxogeraniol was converted into further oxidized and/or reduced compounds in the absence of the next enzyme of the iridoid pathway. ..
  59. Liu S, Yu Y, Ruan Y, Meyer D, Wolff M, Xu L, et al. Plant SET- and RING-associated domain proteins in heterochromatinization. Plant J. 2007;52:914-26 pubmed
    ..We propose that SRA-SET domain H3K9 methyltransferases associate with the PHD-SRA-RING domain protein VIM1, mutually reinforcing H3K9 and DNA methylation in heterochromatinization. ..
  60. Cavazza C, Martin L, Mondy S, Gaillard J, Ratet P, Fontecilla Camps J. The possible role of an [FeFe]-hydrogenase-like protein in the plant responses to changing atmospheric oxygen levels. J Inorg Biochem. 2008;102:1359-65 pubmed publisher
    ..A possible role of the gene product in oxygen signaling pathways is discussed. ..
  61. Puig J, Pauluzzi G, Guiderdoni E, Gantet P. Regulation of shoot and root development through mutual signaling. Mol Plant. 2012;5:974-83 pubmed publisher
    ..Deciphering and integrating these signaling pathways at the whole-plant level provide a new perspective for understanding how plants regulate their development in response to environmental cues. ..
  62. Nesi N, Debeaujon I, Jond C, Pelletier G, Caboche M, Lepiniec L. The TT8 gene encodes a basic helix-loop-helix domain protein required for expression of DFR and BAN genes in Arabidopsis siliques. Plant Cell. 2000;12:1863-78 pubmed
    ..Our results suggest that the TT8, TTG1, and TT2 proteins may interact to control flavonoid metabolism in the Arabidopsis seed coat. ..
  63. Prak S, Hem S, Boudet J, Viennois G, Sommerer N, Rossignol M, et al. Multiple phosphorylations in the C-terminal tail of plant plasma membrane aquaporins: role in subcellular trafficking of AtPIP2;1 in response to salt stress. Mol Cell Proteomics. 2008;7:1019-30 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, the present study documents stress-induced quantitative changes in aquaporin phosphorylation and establishes for the first time a link with plant aquaporin subcellular localization. ..
  64. Atta R, Laurens L, Boucheron Dubuisson E, Guivarc h A, Carnero E, Giraudat Pautot V, et al. Pluripotency of Arabidopsis xylem pericycle underlies shoot regeneration from root and hypocotyl explants grown in vitro. Plant J. 2009;57:626-44 pubmed publisher
    ..They also suggest that the founder cells for LRM initiation are not initially fully specified for this developmental pathway...
  65. Szydlowski N, Ragel P, Raynaud S, Lucas M, Roldán I, Montero M, et al. Starch granule initiation in Arabidopsis requires the presence of either class IV or class III starch synthases. Plant Cell. 2009;21:2443-57 pubmed publisher
    ..The data presented in this work point to a complex mechanism for starch granule formation and to the different abilities of SSIV and SSIII to support this process in Arabidopsis leaves. ..
  66. Oomen R, Seveno Carpentier E, Ricodeau N, Bournaud C, Conejero G, Paris N, et al. Plant defensin AhPDF1.1 is not secreted in leaves but it accumulates in intracellular compartments. New Phytol. 2011;192:140-50 pubmed publisher
    ..The subcellular localization highlighted in this study could partly explain the dual role of plant defensins on plant cells and is of major importance to unravel the mechanisms of action of these proteins at the cellular level. ..
  67. Lappartient A, Vidmar J, Leustek T, Glass A, Touraine B. Inter-organ signaling in plants: regulation of ATP sulfurylase and sulfate transporter genes expression in roots mediated by phloem-translocated compound. Plant J. 1999;18:89-95 pubmed
    ..This report presents the first evidence for the regulation of root genes involved in nutrient acquisition and assimilation by a signal that is translocated from shoot to root. ..
  68. Rumeau D, Becuwe Linka N, Beyly A, Louwagie M, Garin J, Peltier G. New subunits NDH-M, -N, and -O, encoded by nuclear genes, are essential for plastid Ndh complex functioning in higher plants. Plant Cell. 2005;17:219-32 pubmed
    ..We discuss the involvement of these three nuclear-encoded subunits in the functional integrity of the plastidial complex. ..
  69. Prunet N, Morel P, Thierry A, Eshed Y, Bowman J, Negrutiu I, et al. REBELOTE, SQUINT, and ULTRAPETALA1 function redundantly in the temporal regulation of floral meristem termination in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell. 2008;20:901-19 pubmed publisher
    ..Finally, from all the molecular and genetic data presented, we argue that these genes contribute to the more stable and uniform development of flowers, termed floral developmental homeostasis. ..
  70. Caillaud M, Paganelli L, Lecomte P, Deslandes L, Quentin M, Pecrix Y, et al. Spindle assembly checkpoint protein dynamics reveal conserved and unsuspected roles in plant cell division. PLoS ONE. 2009;4:e6757 pubmed publisher
    ..1 may have other roles beyond the spindle assembly checkpoint itself. Finally, this study of the SAC dynamics pinpoints uncharacterised roles of this surveillance mechanism in plant cell division. ..
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