Experts and Doctors on arabidopsis in Germany


Locale: Germany
Topic: arabidopsis

Top Publications

  1. Werhahn W, Niemeyer A, Jansch L, Kruft V, Schmitz U, Braun H. Purification and characterization of the preprotein translocase of the outer mitochondrial membrane from Arabidopsis. Identification of multiple forms of TOM20. Plant Physiol. 2001;125:943-54 pubmed
    ..Implications on the function of plant TOM complexes are discussed. Based on peptide and nucleic acid sequence data, the primary structure for Arabidopsis TOM40 is presented. ..
  2. Baumgardt R, Oliverio K, Casal J, Hoecker U. SPA1, a component of phytochrome A signal transduction, regulates the light signaling current. Planta. 2002;215:745-53 pubmed
    ..spa1 mutations also enhanced the HIRs of anthocyanin accumulation and of phyA-mediated responsivity amplification towards phyB. Thus, our results suggest that spa1 mutations amplify both the phyA-mediated VLFR and the HIR. ..
  3. Volkmann D, Mori T, Tirlapur U, Konig K, Fujiwara T, Kendrick Jones J, et al. Unconventional myosins of the plant-specific class VIII: endocytosis, cytokinesis, plasmodesmata/pit-fields, and cell-to-cell coupling. Cell Biol Int. 2003;27:289-91 pubmed
  4. Hahlbrock K, Bednarek P, Ciolkowski I, Hamberger B, Heise A, Liedgens H, et al. Non-self recognition, transcriptional reprogramming, and secondary metabolite accumulation during plant/pathogen interactions. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2003;100 Suppl 2:14569-76 pubmed
    ..Despite the complexity of the pathogen defense response, it is experimentally tractable, and knowledge gained so far has opened up a new realm of gene technology-assisted strategies for resistance breeding of crop plants. ..
  5. Deslandes L, Olivier J, Peeters N, Feng D, Khounlotham M, Boucher C, et al. Physical interaction between RRS1-R, a protein conferring resistance to bacterial wilt, and PopP2, a type III effector targeted to the plant nucleus. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2003;100:8024-9 pubmed
    ..We further demonstrate that both the Avr protein and the RRS1 proteins colocalize in the nucleus and that the nuclear localization of the RRS1 proteins are dependent on the presence of PopP2. ..
  6. Ulm R, Baumann A, Oravecz A, Mate Z, Adam E, Oakeley E, et al. Genome-wide analysis of gene expression reveals function of the bZIP transcription factor HY5 in the UV-B response of Arabidopsis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2004;101:1397-402 pubmed
    ..Finally, we demonstrate that the bZIP transcription factor HY5 is required for UV-B-mediated regulation of a subset of genes. ..
  7. Tun N, Santa Catarina C, Begum T, Silveira V, Handro W, Floh E, et al. Polyamines induce rapid biosynthesis of nitric oxide (NO) in Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings. Plant Cell Physiol. 2006;47:346-54 pubmed
    ..We conclude that PAs induce NO biosynthesis in plants. ..
  8. Halim V, Vess A, Scheel D, Rosahl S. The role of salicylic acid and jasmonic acid in pathogen defence. Plant Biol (Stuttg). 2006;8:307-13 pubmed
    ..Here, we review the role of salicylic acid and jasmonic acid in pathogen defence responses with special emphasis on their function in the solanaceous plant potato. ..
  9. Schilling S, Stenzel I, von Bohlen A, Wermann M, Schulz K, Demuth H, et al. Isolation and characterization of the glutaminyl cyclases from Solanum tuberosum and Arabidopsis thaliana: implications for physiological functions. Biol Chem. 2007;388:145-53 pubmed
    ..g., pathogenesis-related proteins, were found that carry a pyroglutamate residue at the N-terminus, suggesting QC involvement. The putative relevance of QCs and pyroglutamic acid for plant defense reactions is discussed. ..

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  1. Gigolashvili T, Berger B, Mock H, Muller C, Weisshaar B, Flügge U. The transcription factor HIG1/MYB51 regulates indolic glucosinolate biosynthesis in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant J. 2007;50:886-901 pubmed
    ..We hypothesize that HIG1/MYB51 is a regulator of indolic glucosinolate biosynthesis that also controls responses to biotic challenges. ..
  2. Heyl A, Ramireddy E, Brenner W, Riefler M, Allemeersch J, Schmülling T. The transcriptional repressor ARR1-SRDX suppresses pleiotropic cytokinin activities in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2008;147:1380-95 pubmed publisher
    ..This study demonstrates the usefulness of chimeric repressor silencing technology to overcome redundancy in transcription factor families for functional studies. ..
  3. Cole M, Chandler J, Weijers D, Jacobs B, Comelli P, Werr W. DORNROSCHEN is a direct target of the auxin response factor MONOPTEROS in the Arabidopsis embryo. Development. 2009;136:1643-51 pubmed publisher
    ..Hence, DRN represents a direct target of MP and functions downstream of MP in cotyledon development. ..
  4. Bottcher C, Westphal L, Schmotz C, Prade E, Scheel D, Glawischnig E. The multifunctional enzyme CYP71B15 (PHYTOALEXIN DEFICIENT3) converts cysteine-indole-3-acetonitrile to camalexin in the indole-3-acetonitrile metabolic network of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell. 2009;21:1830-45 pubmed publisher
    ..In conclusion, in the camalexin biosynthetic pathway, IAN is derivatized to the intermediate Cys(IAN), which serves as substrate of the multifunctional cytochrome P450 enzyme CYP71B15. ..
  5. Geiger D, Scherzer S, Mumm P, Marten I, Ache P, Matschi S, et al. Guard cell anion channel SLAC1 is regulated by CDPK protein kinases with distinct Ca2+ affinities. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010;107:8023-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus the CPK and OST1 branch of ABA signal transduction in guard cells seem to converge on the level of SLAC1 under the control of the ABI1/ABA-receptor complex. ..
  6. Keinath N, Kierszniowska S, Lorek J, Bourdais G, Kessler S, Shimosato Asano H, et al. PAMP (pathogen-associated molecular pattern)-induced changes in plasma membrane compartmentalization reveal novel components of plant immunity. J Biol Chem. 2010;285:39140-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Our data provide evidence for dynamic elicitor-induced changes in the membrane compartmentalization of PAMP signaling components. ..
  7. Baxter L, Tripathy S, Ishaque N, Boot N, Cabral A, Kemen E, et al. Signatures of adaptation to obligate biotrophy in the Hyaloperonospora arabidopsidis genome. Science. 2010;330:1549-1551 pubmed publisher
    ..These attributes comprise a genomic signature of evolution toward obligate biotrophy...
  8. Timm S, Florian A, Jahnke K, Nunes Nesi A, Fernie A, Bauwe H. The hydroxypyruvate-reducing system in Arabidopsis: multiple enzymes for the same end. Plant Physiol. 2011;155:694-705 pubmed publisher
    ..Since in silico analysis and proteomic studies from other groups indicate targeting of HPR3 to the chloroplast, this enzyme could provide a compensatory bypass for the reduction of HP and glyoxylate within this compartment. ..
  9. Hedrich R, Marten I. TPC1-SV channels gain shape. Mol Plant. 2011;4:428-41 pubmed publisher
    ..Since the TPC1 gene is present in all land plants, it likely encodes a very general function. In this review, we will discuss major SV channel properties and their impact on plant cell physiology. ..
  10. Schulze W, Schneider T, Starck S, Martinoia E, Trentmann O. Cold acclimation induces changes in Arabidopsis tonoplast protein abundance and activity and alters phosphorylation of tonoplast monosaccharide transporters. Plant J. 2012;69:529-41 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus solute transport activity is either modulated by increased protein amounts or by modification of proteins via phosphorylation...
  11. Schuhmann H, Adamska I. Deg proteases and their role in protein quality control and processing in different subcellular compartments of the plant cell. Physiol Plant. 2012;145:224-34 pubmed publisher
    ..Much less data is available for mitochondrial and nuclear Deg proteases. Based on the available expression data we hypothesize a role in general protein quality control and during acquired heat resistance...
  12. Busch B, Schmitz G, Rossmann S, Piron F, Ding J, Bendahmane A, et al. Shoot branching and leaf dissection in tomato are regulated by homologous gene modules. Plant Cell. 2011;23:3595-609 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, leaf architecture and shoot architecture rely on a conserved mechanism of boundary formation preceding the initiation of leaflets and axillary meristems. ..
  13. Andres F, Coupland G. The genetic basis of flowering responses to seasonal cues. Nat Rev Genet. 2012;13:627-39 pubmed publisher
    ..Here, we report progress in defining the diverse genetic mechanisms that enable plants to recognize winter, spring and autumn to initiate flower development. ..
  14. Fischer C, Kugler A, Hoth S, Dietrich P. An IQ domain mediates the interaction with calmodulin in a plant cyclic nucleotide-gated channel. Plant Cell Physiol. 2013;54:573-84 pubmed publisher
    ..Since the IQ domain is conserved among plant CNGCs, this domain adds to the variability of Ca(2+)-dependent channel control mechanisms underlining the functional diversity within this multigene family. ..
  15. Rauf M, Arif M, Dortay H, Matallana Ramirez L, Waters M, Gil Nam H, et al. ORE1 balances leaf senescence against maintenance by antagonizing G2-like-mediated transcription. EMBO Rep. 2013;14:382-8 pubmed publisher
    ..ORE1 antagonizes GLK transcriptional activity, shifting the balance from chloroplast maintenance towards deterioration. Our finding identifies a new mechanism important for the control of senescence by ORE1. ..
  16. Stelmach B, Muller A, Hennig P, Gebhardt S, Schubert Zsilavecz M, Weiler E. A novel class of oxylipins, sn1-O-(12-oxophytodienoyl)-sn2-O-(hexadecatrienoyl)-monogalactosyl Diglyceride, from Arabidopsis thaliana. J Biol Chem. 2001;276:12832-8 pubmed
    ..In A. thaliana, the major fraction of 12-oxophytodienoic acid occurs esterified at the sn1 position of the plastid-specific glycerolipid, monogalactosyl diglyceride. ..
  17. Lambrix V, Reichelt M, Mitchell Olds T, Kliebenstein D, Gershenzon J. The Arabidopsis epithiospecifier protein promotes the hydrolysis of glucosinolates to nitriles and influences Trichoplusia ni herbivory. Plant Cell. 2001;13:2793-807 pubmed
    ..However, isothiocyanates are frequently used as recognition cues by specialist herbivores, and so the formation of nitriles instead of isothiocyanates may allow Arabidopsis to be less apparent to specialists. ..
  18. Eicks M, Maurino V, Knappe S, Flügge U, Fischer K. The plastidic pentose phosphate translocator represents a link between the cytosolic and the plastidic pentose phosphate pathways in plants. Plant Physiol. 2002;128:512-22 pubmed
    ..It is assumed that the XPT function is to provide the plastidic pentose phosphate pathways with cytosolic carbon skeletons in the form of Xul-5-P, especially under conditions of a high demand for intermediates of the cycles. ..
  19. Giermann N, Schröder M, Ritter T, Zrenner R. Molecular analysis of de novo pyrimidine synthesis in solanaceous species. Plant Mol Biol. 2002;50:393-403 pubmed
    ..Northern hybridization evinces coordinated expression of all genes under developmental control during tobacco leaf growth. ..
  20. Heitzeberg F, Chen I, Hartung F, Orel N, Angelis K, Puchta H. The Rad17 homologue of Arabidopsis is involved in the regulation of DNA damage repair and homologous recombination. Plant J. 2004;38:954-68 pubmed
    ..Our results indicate that a mutant Rad17 pathway is associated with a general deregulation of DNA repair, which seems to be correlated with a deficiency in non-homologous DSB repair. ..
  21. Standfuss J, Kuhlbrandt W. The three isoforms of the light-harvesting complex II: spectroscopic features, trimer formation, and functional roles. J Biol Chem. 2004;279:36884-91 pubmed
    ..The most likely role of Lhcb3 is as an intermediary in light energy transfer from the main Lhcb1/Lhcb2 antenna to the photosystem II core. ..
  22. Gibon Y, Blaesing O, Hannemann J, Carillo P, Höhne M, Hendriks J, et al. A Robot-based platform to measure multiple enzyme activities in Arabidopsis using a set of cycling assays: comparison of changes of enzyme activities and transcript levels during diurnal cycles and in prolonged darkness. Plant Cell. 2004;16:3304-25 pubmed
  23. Ivashikina N, Deeken R, Fischer S, Ache P, Hedrich R. AKT2/3 subunits render guard cell K+ channels Ca2+ sensitive. J Gen Physiol. 2005;125:483-92 pubmed
    ..Thus, we conclude that the AKT2/3 subunit constitutes the Ca2+ sensitivity of the guard cell K+ uptake channel. ..
  24. Rautengarten C, Steinhauser D, Büssis D, Stintzi A, Schaller A, Kopka J, et al. Inferring hypotheses on functional relationships of genes: Analysis of the Arabidopsis thaliana subtilase gene family. PLoS Comput Biol. 2005;1:e40 pubmed
    ..Supplemental material is available in the Plant Subtilase Database (PSDB) (, as well as from the CSB.DB ( ..
  25. Gutensohn M, Fan E, Frielingsdorf S, Hanner P, Hou B, Hust B, et al. Toc, Tic, Tat et al.: structure and function of protein transport machineries in chloroplasts. J Plant Physiol. 2006;163:333-47 pubmed
    ..In this review, we have tried to address the main features of these various transport pathways. ..
  26. Hölzl G, Witt S, Kelly A, Zahringer U, Warnecke D, Dormann P, et al. Functional differences between galactolipids and glucolipids revealed in photosynthesis of higher plants. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2006;103:7512-7 pubmed
    ..Therefore, galactose in thylakoid lipids can be exchanged with glucose without severe effects on growth, but the presence of galactose is crucial to maintain maximal photosynthetic efficiency...
  27. Colby T, Matthäi A, Boeckelmann A, Stuible H. SUMO-conjugating and SUMO-deconjugating enzymes from Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2006;142:318-32 pubmed
    ..In addition, all five enzymes cleave pre-AtSUMO1 and pre-AtSUMO2 peptides, but none of the proteins efficiently produce mature AtSUMO3 or AtSUMO5 molecules from their precursors. ..
  28. Latz A, Ivashikina N, Fischer S, Ache P, Sano T, Becker D, et al. In planta AKT2 subunits constitute a pH- and Ca2+-sensitive inward rectifying K+ channel. Planta. 2007;225:1179-91 pubmed
    ..Therefore, transient expression of plant proteins in planta provides an additional research tool for rapid biophysical analysis of plant ion channels. ..
  29. Nowack M, Shirzadi R, Dissmeyer N, Dolf A, Endl E, Grini P, et al. Bypassing genomic imprinting allows seed development. Nature. 2007;447:312-5 pubmed
    ..Furthermore, our data argue for a gametophytic origin of endosperm in flowering plants, thereby supporting a hypothesis raised in 1900 by Eduard Strasburger. ..
  30. Birschwilks M, Sauer N, Scheel D, Neumann S. Arabidopsis thaliana is a susceptible host plant for the holoparasite Cuscuta spec. Planta. 2007;226:1231-41 pubmed
    ..Forty-six accessions of A. thaliana covering the entire range of its genetic diversity, as well as Arabidopsis halleri, were found to be susceptible towards Cuscuta reflexa...
  31. Yuan L, Loque D, Kojima S, Rauch S, Ishiyama K, Inoue E, et al. The organization of high-affinity ammonium uptake in Arabidopsis roots depends on the spatial arrangement and biochemical properties of AMT1-type transporters. Plant Cell. 2007;19:2636-52 pubmed
  32. Haussuehl K, Huesgen P, Meier M, Dessi P, Glaser E, Adamski J, et al. Eukaryotic GCP1 is a conserved mitochondrial protein required for progression of embryo development beyond the globular stage in Arabidopsis thaliana. Biochem J. 2009;423:333-41 pubmed publisher
    ..On the basis of these data we propose that the mitochondrial GCP1 is essential for embryonic development in plants. ..
  33. Kneissl J, Shinomura T, Furuya M, Bolle C. A rice phytochrome A in Arabidopsis: The Role of the N-terminus under red and far-red light. Mol Plant. 2008;1:84-102 pubmed publisher
    ..The efficacy of the rice phyA expressed in Arabidopsis was dependent upon the developmental age of the plants analyzed and on the physiological response, suggesting a stage-dependent downstream modulation of phytochrome signaling...
  34. Adrian J, Farrona S, Reimer J, Albani M, Coupland G, Turck F. cis-Regulatory elements and chromatin state coordinately control temporal and spatial expression of FLOWERING LOCUS T in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2010;22:1425-40 pubmed publisher
    ..Therefore, distant regulatory regions are required for FT transcription, reflecting the complexity of its control and differences in chromatin status delimit functionally important cis-regulatory regions. ..
  35. Stracke R, Jahns O, Keck M, Tohge T, Niehaus K, Fernie A, et al. Analysis of PRODUCTION OF FLAVONOL GLYCOSIDES-dependent flavonol glycoside accumulation in Arabidopsis thaliana plants reveals MYB11-, MYB12- and MYB111-independent flavonol glycoside accumulation. New Phytol. 2010;188:985-1000 pubmed publisher
    ..We present evidence that a separate flavonol control mechanism might be at play in pollen. ..
  36. Weitbrecht K, Muller K, Leubner Metzger G. First off the mark: early seed germination. J Exp Bot. 2011;62:3289-309 pubmed publisher
    ..Early seed germination thereby contributes to seed and seedling performance important for plant establishment in the natural and agricultural ecosystem. ..
  37. Lingner T, Kataya A, Antonicelli G, Benichou A, Nilssen K, Chen X, et al. Identification of novel plant peroxisomal targeting signals by a combination of machine learning methods and in vivo subcellular targeting analyses. Plant Cell. 2011;23:1556-72 pubmed publisher
    ..These prediction methods will be instrumental in identifying low-abundance and stress-inducible peroxisomal proteins and defining the entire peroxisomal proteome of Arabidopsis and agronomically important crop plants. ..
  38. Yan H, Marquardt K, Indorf M, Jutt D, Kircher S, Neuhaus G, et al. Nuclear localization and interaction with COP1 are required for STO/BBX24 function during photomorphogenesis. Plant Physiol. 2011;156:1772-82 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, mutations in the region responsible for the interaction with COP1 revealed that a physical interaction of the proteins is also required for degradation of BBX24 in the light and for normal photomorphogenesis. ..
  39. Farrona S, Thorpe F, Engelhorn J, Adrian J, Dong X, Sarid Krebs L, et al. Tissue-specific expression of FLOWERING LOCUS T in Arabidopsis is maintained independently of polycomb group protein repression. Plant Cell. 2011;23:3204-14 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, our results show how the effect of PcG-mediated regulation differs for target genes and that, for FT expression, it relies primarily on tissue differentiation. ..
  40. Wolfenstetter S, Wirsching P, Dotzauer D, Schneider S, Sauer N. Routes to the tonoplast: the sorting of tonoplast transporters in Arabidopsis mesophyll protoplasts. Plant Cell. 2012;24:215-32 pubmed publisher
    ..Our data show that plants possess at least two different Golgi-dependent targeting mechanisms for newly synthesized transporters to the tonoplast. ..
  41. Stoppel R, Manavski N, Schein A, Schuster G, Teubner M, Schmitz Linneweber C, et al. RHON1 is a novel ribonucleic acid-binding protein that supports RNase E function in the Arabidopsis chloroplast. Nucleic Acids Res. 2012;40:8593-606 pubmed
    ..This strongly suggests that RHON1 supports RNE functions presumably by conferring sequence specificity to the endonuclease...
  42. Rast M, Simon R. Arabidopsis JAGGED LATERAL ORGANS acts with ASYMMETRIC LEAVES2 to coordinate KNOX and PIN expression in shoot and root meristems. Plant Cell. 2012;24:2917-33 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that different JLO and AS2 protein complexes, possibly also comprising other LBD proteins, coordinate auxin distribution and meristem function through the regulation of KNOX and PIN expression during Arabidopsis development. ..
  43. Torti S, Fornara F. AGL24 acts in concert with SOC1 and FUL during Arabidopsis floral transition. Plant Signal Behav. 2012;7:1251-4 pubmed publisher
    ..Mutations in AGL24 further delay flowering of a soc1 ful double mutant, suggesting that flowering is controlled by AGL24 partly independently of SOC1 and FUL. ..
  44. Zauber H, Schulze W. Proteomics wants cRacker: automated standardized data analysis of LC-MS derived proteomic data. J Proteome Res. 2012;11:5548-55 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, cRacker includes basic statistical analysis, such as clustering of data, or ANOVA and t tests for comparison between treatments. Results are presented in editable graphic formats and in list files. ..
  45. Marín M, Thallmair V, Ott T. The intrinsically disordered N-terminal region of AtREM1.3 remorin protein mediates protein-protein interactions. J Biol Chem. 2012;287:39982-91 pubmed publisher
    ..Hence, the N-terminal region may constitute a regulatory domain, stabilizing these interactions. ..
  46. Schrick K, Mayer U, Horrichs A, Kuhnt C, Bellini C, Dangl J, et al. FACKEL is a sterol C-14 reductase required for organized cell division and expansion in Arabidopsis embryogenesis. Genes Dev. 2000;14:1471-84 pubmed
    ..We propose that synthesis of sterol signals in addition to BRs is important in mediating regulated cell growth and organization during embryonic development. Our results indicate a novel role for sterols in the embryogenesis of plants. ..
  47. Müssig C, Altmann T. Brassinosteroid signaling in plants. Trends Endocrinol Metab. 2001;12:398-402 pubmed
    ..BRI1 transduces steroid signals across the plasma membrane and mediates genomic effects. ..
  48. Schneider A, Häusler R, Kolukisaoglu U, Kunze R, van der Graaff E, Schwacke R, et al. An Arabidopsis thaliana knock-out mutant of the chloroplast triose phosphate/phosphate translocator is severely compromised only when starch synthesis, but not starch mobilisation is abolished. Plant J. 2002;32:685-99 pubmed
    ..e. the formation and (most likely) fast turnover of high molecular weight polysaccharides. Steady-state RNA levels and transport activities of other phosphate translocators capable of transporting TP remained unaffected in the mutants. ..
  49. Hofius D, Sonnewald U. Vitamin E biosynthesis: biochemistry meets cell biology. Trends Plant Sci. 2003;8:6-8 pubmed
    ..Interestingly, the corresponding maize mutation, sxd1, causes plasmodesmata malfunction, suggesting a link between tocopherol cyclase and plasmodesmata function. ..
  50. Scholz Starke J, Buttner M, Sauer N. AtSTP6, a new pollen-specific H+-monosaccharide symporter from Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2003;131:70-7 pubmed
    ..However, differences between wild-type and mutant plants could not be observed. ..
  51. Knappe S, Flügge U, Fischer K. Analysis of the plastidic phosphate translocator gene family in Arabidopsis and identification of new phosphate translocator-homologous transporters, classified by their putative substrate-binding site. Plant Physiol. 2003;131:1178-90 pubmed
  52. Tan J, Bednarek P, Liu J, Schneider B, Svatos A, Hahlbrock K. Universally occurring phenylpropanoid and species-specific indolic metabolites in infected and uninfected Arabidopsis thaliana roots and leaves. Phytochemistry. 2004;65:691-9 pubmed
  53. Voigt A, Jakob M, Klösgen R, Gutensohn M. At least two Toc34 protein import receptors with different specificities are also present in spinach chloroplasts. FEBS Lett. 2005;579:1343-9 pubmed
    ..In addition, an analysis of the available genomic data revealed the presence of at least two Toc34 homologs in six other plant species. ..
  54. Schweer J, Loschelder H, Link G. A promoter switch that can rescue a plant sigma factor mutant. FEBS Lett. 2006;580:6617-22 pubmed
    ..The NEP promoter cluster can help maintain RNA synthesis in situations where no functional sigma factor is available for PEP. ..
  55. Schneider S, Beyhl D, Hedrich R, Sauer N. Functional and physiological characterization of Arabidopsis INOSITOL TRANSPORTER1, a novel tonoplast-localized transporter for myo-inositol. Plant Cell. 2008;20:1073-87 pubmed publisher
  56. Fornara F, Panigrahi K, Gissot L, Sauerbrunn N, Rühl M, Jarillo J, et al. Arabidopsis DOF transcription factors act redundantly to reduce CONSTANS expression and are essential for a photoperiodic flowering response. Dev Cell. 2009;17:75-86 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, antagonism between GI and DOF transcription factors contributes to photoperiodic flowering by modulating an underlying diurnal rhythm in CO transcript levels. ..
  57. Seltmann M, Stingl N, Lautenschlaeger J, Krischke M, Mueller M, Berger S. Differential impact of lipoxygenase 2 and jasmonates on natural and stress-induced senescence in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2010;152:1940-50 pubmed publisher
    ..In contrast, lipoxygenase 2-RNAi lines and the allene oxid synthase-deficient mutant dde2 were less sensitive to sorbitol than the wild type, indicating that oxylipins contribute to the response to sorbitol stress. ..
  58. Hädrich N, Gibon Y, Schudoma C, Altmann T, Lunn J, Stitt M. Use of TILLING and robotised enzyme assays to generate an allelic series of Arabidopsis thaliana mutants with altered ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase activity. J Plant Physiol. 2011;168:1395-405 pubmed publisher
    ..These mutants offer some advantages over the available loss-of-function mutants, e.g. adg1, for investigating the effects of subtle changes in the enzyme's activity on the rate of starch synthesis. ..
  59. Gu C, Shabab M, Strasser R, Wolters P, Shindo T, Niemer M, et al. Post-translational regulation and trafficking of the granulin-containing protease RD21 of Arabidopsis thaliana. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e32422 pubmed publisher
    ..RD21 causes a dominant protease activity in Arabidopsis leaf extracts, responsible for SDS-induced proteome degradation. ..
  60. Kleemann J, Rincon Rivera L, Takahara H, Neumann U, Ver Loren van Themaat E, van Themaat E, et al. Sequential delivery of host-induced virulence effectors by appressoria and intracellular hyphae of the phytopathogen Colletotrichum higginsianum. PLoS Pathog. 2012;8:e1002643 pubmed publisher
    ..Based on these results we conclude that hemibiotrophy in Colletotrichum is orchestrated through the coordinated expression of antagonistic effectors supporting either cell viability or cell death...
  61. Schuler M, Rellán Álvarez R, Fink Straube C, Abadía J, Bauer P. Nicotianamine functions in the Phloem-based transport of iron to sink organs, in pollen development and pollen tube growth in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2012;24:2380-400 pubmed publisher
    ..Since Fe and Zn both enhance pollen germination, a lack of either metal may contribute to the reproductive defect. Our study sheds light on the physiological functions of nicotianamine. ..
  62. Kaufholdt D, Gehl C, Geisler M, Jeske O, Voedisch S, Ratke C, et al. Visualization and quantification of protein interactions in the biosynthetic pathway of molybdenum cofactor in Arabidopsis thaliana. J Exp Bot. 2013;64:2005-16 pubmed publisher
    ..The protected sequestering of fragile intermediates and formation of the final product are achieved through a series of direct protein interactions of variable strength. ..
  63. Streitner C, Simpson C, Shaw P, Danisman S, Brown J, Staiger D. Small changes in ambient temperature affect alternative splicing in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Signal Behav. 2013;8:e24638 pubmed publisher
    ..We found significant changes in AS for 12 of 28 investigated events (43%) upon transfer of Arabidopsis plants from 20°C to 16°C and for 6 of the 28 investigated events (21%) upon transfer from 20°C to 24°C. ..
  64. Förderer A, Zhou Y, Turck F. The age of multiplexity: recruitment and interactions of Polycomb complexes in plants. Curr Opin Plant Biol. 2016;29:169-78 pubmed publisher
    ..In this review, we discuss insights on the subfunctionalization of PcG complexes and their modes of recruitment to target sites based on data from the model organism Arabidopsis thaliana. ..
  65. Zhou Y, Romero Campero F, Gómez Zambrano A, Turck F, Calonje M. H2A monoubiquitination in Arabidopsis thaliana is generally independent of LHP1 and PRC2 activity. Genome Biol. 2017;18:69 pubmed publisher
    ..thaliana genome and unveil that ubiquitination by PRC1 is largely independent of PRC2 activity in plants, while the inverse is true for H3K27 trimethylation. ..
  66. Dissmeyer N, Nowack M, Pusch S, Stals H, Inze D, Grini P, et al. T-loop phosphorylation of Arabidopsis CDKA;1 is required for its function and can be partially substituted by an aspartate residue. Plant Cell. 2007;19:972-85 pubmed
    ..For instance, even though flowers were formed, these plants were completely sterile as a result of a failure of the meiotic program, indicating that different requirements for CDKA;1 function are needed during plant development. ..
  67. Chandler J. Local auxin production: a small contribution to a big field. Bioessays. 2009;31:60-70 pubmed publisher
    ..Many alternative and redundant pathways of auxin synthesis exist in many plants and it is emerging that they may function in response to environmental cues. ..
  68. Krueger S, Donath A, Lopez Martin M, Hoefgen R, Gotor C, Hesse H. Impact of sulfur starvation on cysteine biosynthesis in T-DNA mutants deficient for compartment-specific serine-acetyltransferase. Amino Acids. 2010;39:1029-42 pubmed publisher
    ..We relate hypotheses and views of the regulation of cysteine biosynthesis with our results of applying sulfur starvation to mutants impaired in compartment-specific cysteine biosynthetic enzymes...
  69. Rizzini L, Favory J, Cloix C, Faggionato D, O Hara A, Kaiserli E, et al. Perception of UV-B by the Arabidopsis UVR8 protein. Science. 2011;332:103-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Thereby this signaling cascade controlled by UVR8 mediates UV-B photomorphogenic responses securing plant acclimation and thus promotes survival in sunlight. ..
  70. Moghaddam A, Roudier F, Seifert M, Bérard C, Magniette M, Ashtiyani R, et al. Additive inheritance of histone modifications in Arabidopsis thaliana intra-specific hybrids. Plant J. 2011;67:691-700 pubmed publisher
    ..In conclusion, intra-species hybridization does not result in gross changes to chromatin modifications. ..
  71. Wippel K, Sauer N. Arabidopsis SUC1 loads the phloem in suc2 mutants when expressed from the SUC2 promoter. J Exp Bot. 2012;63:669-79 pubmed publisher
    ..As SUC1 and Srt1 are well characterized, this result provides an insight into the properties that are essential for sucrose transporters to load the phloem successfully. ..
  72. Verbitskiy D, Merwe J, Zehrmann A, Härtel B, Takenaka M. The E-class PPR protein MEF3 of Arabidopsis thaliana can also function in mitochondrial RNA editing with an additional DYW domain. Plant Cell Physiol. 2012;53:358-67 pubmed publisher
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