Experts and Doctors on arabidopsis in Switzerland


Locale: Switzerland
Topic: arabidopsis

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  1. Koprivova A, Suter M, den Camp R, Brunold C, Kopriva S. Regulation of sulfate assimilation by nitrogen in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2000;122:737-46 pubmed
    ..Our data demonstrate that sulfate reduction is regulated by nitrogen nutrition at the transcriptional level and that OAS plays a major role in this regulation. ..
  2. Collinge M, Boller T. Differential induction of two potato genes, Stprx2 and StNAC, in response to infection by Phytophthora infestans and to wounding. Plant Mol Biol. 2001;46:521-9 pubmed
    ..Arabidopsis ATAF1 and ATAF2 were also shown to be induced by wounding. This implies that the ATAF genes are not merely structurally similar but also share a conserved role in stress responses...
  3. Kunze G, Zipfel C, Robatzek S, Niehaus K, Boller T, Felix G. The N terminus of bacterial elongation factor Tu elicits innate immunity in Arabidopsis plants. Plant Cell. 2004;16:3496-507 pubmed
    ..In leaves of Arabidopsis plants, elf18 induces an oxidative burst and biosynthesis of ethylene, and it triggers resistance to subsequent infection with pathogenic bacteria. ..
  4. Goslings D, Meskauskiene R, Kim C, Lee K, Nater M, Apel K. Concurrent interactions of heme and FLU with Glu tRNA reductase (HEMA1), the target of metabolic feedback inhibition of tetrapyrrole biosynthesis, in dark- and light-grown Arabidopsis plants. Plant J. 2004;40:957-67 pubmed
    ..FLU seems to be part of a second regulatory circuit that controls chlorophyll biosynthesis by interacting directly with Glu tRNA reductase not only in etiolated seedlings but also in light-adapted green plants. ..
  5. Vidi P, Kanwischer M, Baginsky S, Austin J, Csucs G, Dormann P, et al. Tocopherol cyclase (VTE1) localization and vitamin E accumulation in chloroplast plastoglobule lipoprotein particles. J Biol Chem. 2006;281:11225-34 pubmed
    ..Thus, in addition to their lipid storage function, we propose that plastoglobules are metabolically active, taking part in tocopherol synthesis and likely other pathways. ..
  6. Delatte T, Umhang M, Trevisan M, Eicke S, Thorneycroft D, Smith S, et al. Evidence for distinct mechanisms of starch granule breakdown in plants. J Biol Chem. 2006;281:12050-9 pubmed
    ..Consistent with this model, chloroplastic alpha-amylase AtAMY3, which could release soluble branched glucans, is induced in Atisa3 and in the Atisa3/Atlda double mutant. ..
  7. Lorrain S, Allen T, Duek P, Whitelam G, Fankhauser C. Phytochrome-mediated inhibition of shade avoidance involves degradation of growth-promoting bHLH transcription factors. Plant J. 2008;53:312-23 pubmed
    ..Consistent with this idea, the constitutive shade-avoidance phenotype of phyB mutants partially reverts in the absence of PIF4 and PIF5. ..
  8. Kessler F. Plant science. Chloroplast delivery by UPS. Science. 2012;338:622-3 pubmed publisher
  9. Pruzinska A, Tanner G, Anders I, Roca M, Hortensteiner S. Chlorophyll breakdown: pheophorbide a oxygenase is a Rieske-type iron-sulfur protein, encoded by the accelerated cell death 1 gene. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2003;100:15259-64 pubmed
    ..PaO expression correlated positively with senescence, but the enzyme appeared to be post-translationally regulated as well. ..

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  1. Rausch C, Zimmermann P, Amrhein N, Bucher M. Expression analysis suggests novel roles for the plastidic phosphate transporter Pht2;1 in auto- and heterotrophic tissues in potato and Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2004;39:13-28 pubmed publisher
    ..These data give clues about the possible biological function of Pht2;1 and shed light on the complex web of interactions in which Pht2;1 could play a role...
  2. Schonrock N, Exner V, Probst A, Gruissem W, Hennig L. Functional genomic analysis of CAF-1 mutants in Arabidopsis thaliana. J Biol Chem. 2006;281:9560-8 pubmed
  3. Glauser G, Grata E, Rudaz S, Wolfender J. High-resolution profiling of oxylipin-containing galactolipids in Arabidopsis extracts by ultra-performance liquid chromatography/time-of-flight mass spectrometry. Rapid Commun Mass Spectrom. 2008;22:3154-60 pubmed publisher
    ..Their strong induction in response to wounding indicates that these compounds are probably lysogalactolipids formed from galactosyldiglycerides in the injured tissues. ..
  4. Shimizu Inatsugi R, Lihová J, Iwanaga H, Kudoh H, Marhold K, Savolainen O, et al. The allopolyploid Arabidopsis kamchatica originated from multiple individuals of Arabidopsis lyrata and Arabidopsis halleri. Mol Ecol. 2009;18:4024-48 pubmed publisher
    ..The haplotypes of low-copy nuclear genes in Japan suggest independent polyploidization events rather than introgression. Our findings suggest that self-compatibility and gene silencing occurred independently in different origins...
  5. Alexandre C, Möller Steinbach Y, Schonrock N, Gruissem W, Hennig L. Arabidopsis MSI1 is required for negative regulation of the response to drought stress. Mol Plant. 2009;2:675-687 pubmed publisher
    ..We report that MSI1 can bind to the chromatin of the drought-inducible downstream target RD20 and suggest a new role for MSI1 in the negative regulation of the Arabidopsis drought-stress response. ..
  6. Schmid M, Schmidt A, Klostermeier U, Barann M, Rosenstiel P, Grossniklaus U. A powerful method for transcriptional profiling of specific cell types in eukaryotes: laser-assisted microdissection and RNA sequencing. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e29685 pubmed publisher
  7. Egert A, Peters S, Guyot C, Stieger B, Keller F. An Arabidopsis T-DNA insertion mutant for galactokinase (AtGALK, At3g06580) hyperaccumulates free galactose and is insensitive to exogenous galactose. Plant Cell Physiol. 2012;53:921-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, these findings suggest a novel Gal detoxification pathway that targets free Gal to the vacuole and is active in the atgalk mutant background. ..
  8. Mousavi S, Chauvin A, Pascaud F, Kellenberger S, Farmer E. GLUTAMATE RECEPTOR-LIKE genes mediate leaf-to-leaf wound signalling. Nature. 2013;500:422-6 pubmed publisher
  9. Wild R, Gerasimaite R, Jung J, Truffault V, Pavlovic I, Schmidt A, et al. Control of eukaryotic phosphate homeostasis by inositol polyphosphate sensor domains. Science. 2016;352:986-90 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that InsPs communicate cytosolic P(i) levels to SPX domains and enable them to interact with a multitude of proteins to regulate P(i) uptake, transport, and storage in fungi, plants, and animals. ..
  10. Zimmerli C, Ribot C, Vavasseur A, Bauer H, Hedrich R, Poirier Y. PHO1 expression in guard cells mediates the stomatal response to abscisic acid in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2012;72:199-211 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, these data reveal an important role for phosphate and the action of PHO1 in the stomatal response to ABA. ..
  11. Depuydt S, Rodríguez Villalón A, Santuari L, Wyser Rmili C, Ragni L, Hardtke C. Suppression of Arabidopsis protophloem differentiation and root meristem growth by CLE45 requires the receptor-like kinase BAM3. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013;110:7074-9 pubmed publisher
  12. Hennig L, Taranto P, Walser M, Schonrock N, Gruissem W. Arabidopsis MSI1 is required for epigenetic maintenance of reproductive development. Development. 2003;130:2555-65 pubmed
    ..Efficient formation of heterochromatin, but not methylation of centromeric DNA repeats, depends on AtMSI1 presence demonstrating a key role of AtMSI1 in maintenance of chromatin structure...
  13. Kürsteiner O, Dupuis I, Kuhlemeier C. The pyruvate decarboxylase1 gene of Arabidopsis is required during anoxia but not other environmental stresses. Plant Physiol. 2003;132:968-78 pubmed
    ..We discuss the possible role of ethanolic fermentation as a robust back-up energy production pathway under adverse conditions when mitochondrial function is disturbed. ..
  14. Shindo C, Bernasconi G, Hardtke C. Intraspecific competition reveals conditional fitness effects of single gene polymorphism at the Arabidopsis root growth regulator BRX. New Phytol. 2008;180:71-80 pubmed publisher
    ..In summary, these data reveal conditional fitness effects of a single gene polymorphism in response to intraspecific competition in Arabidopsis. ..
  15. Zürcher E, Tavor Deslex D, Lituiev D, Enkerli K, Tarr P, Muller B. A robust and sensitive synthetic sensor to monitor the transcriptional output of the cytokinin signaling network in planta. Plant Physiol. 2013;161:1066-75 pubmed publisher
  16. Mithoe S, Ludwig C, Pel M, Cucinotta M, Casartelli A, Mbengue M, et al. Attenuation of pattern recognition receptor signaling is mediated by a MAP kinase kinase kinase. EMBO Rep. 2016;17:441-54 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, MKKK7 suppresses the reactive oxygen species burst downstream of FLS2, suggesting that MKKK7-mediated attenuation of FLS2 signaling occurs through direct modulation of the FLS2 complex. ..
  17. Petty T, Nishimura T, Emamzadah S, Gabus C, Paszkowski J, Halazonetis T, et al. Expression, crystallization and preliminary X-ray diffraction analysis of the CMM2 region of the Arabidopsis thaliana Morpheus' molecule 1 protein. Acta Crystallogr Sect F Struct Biol Cryst Commun. 2010;66:916-8 pubmed publisher
    ..2 A resolution. They belonged to the trigonal space group P3(1)21 (or P3(2)21), with unit-cell parameters a=85.64, c=292.74 A. Structure determination is ongoing. ..
  18. Aichinger E, Villar C, Di Mambro R, Sabatini S, Kohler C. The CHD3 chromatin remodeler PICKLE and polycomb group proteins antagonistically regulate meristem activity in the Arabidopsis root. Plant Cell. 2011;23:1047-60 pubmed publisher
  19. Christ B, Schelbert S, Aubry S, Süssenbacher I, Muller T, Krautler B, et al. MES16, a member of the methylesterase protein family, specifically demethylates fluorescent chlorophyll catabolites during chlorophyll breakdown in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2012;158:628-41 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, these data demonstrate that MES16 is an integral component of Chl breakdown in Arabidopsis and specifically demethylates Chl catabolites at the level of FCCs in the cytosol. ..
  20. Rahim G, Bischof S, Kessler F, Agne B. In vivo interaction between atToc33 and atToc159 GTP-binding domains demonstrated in a plant split-ubiquitin system. J Exp Bot. 2009;60:257-67 pubmed publisher
    ..Using the same method, the self-interaction of the peroxisomal membrane protein atPex11e is demonstrated. The finding suggests a more general suitability of the split-ubiquitin system as a plant in vivo interaction assay. ..
  21. Kim C, Apel K. Substrate-dependent and organ-specific chloroplast protein import in planta. Plant Cell. 2004;16:88-98 pubmed
  22. Lituiev D, Krohn N, Muller B, Jackson D, Hellriegel B, Dresselhaus T, et al. Theoretical and experimental evidence indicates that there is no detectable auxin gradient in the angiosperm female gametophyte. Development. 2013;140:4544-53 pubmed publisher
  23. Sakuraba Y, Park S, Kim Y, Wang S, Yoo S, H rtensteiner S, et al. Arabidopsis STAY-GREEN2 is a negative regulator of chlorophyll degradation during leaf senescence. Mol Plant. 2014;7:1288-1302 pubmed publisher
    ..Our data indicate an antagonistic evolution of the functions of SGR1 and SGR2 in Arabidopsis to balance Chl catabolism in chloroplasts with the dismantling and remobilizing of other cellular components in senescing leaf cells...
  24. Danon A, Coll N, Apel K. Cryptochrome-1-dependent execution of programmed cell death induced by singlet oxygen in Arabidopsis thaliana. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2006;103:17036-41 pubmed
    ..The singlet oxygen-mediated and cryptochrome-dependent cell death response differs in several ways from PCD triggered by hydrogen peroxide/superoxide. ..
  25. Naseer S, Lee Y, Lapierre C, Franke R, Nawrath C, Geldner N. Casparian strip diffusion barrier in Arabidopsis is made of a lignin polymer without suberin. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2012;109:10101-6 pubmed publisher
  26. Bartels S, Lori M, Mbengue M, van Verk M, Klauser D, Hander T, et al. The family of Peps and their precursors in Arabidopsis: differential expression and localization but similar induction of pattern-triggered immune responses. J Exp Bot. 2013;64:5309-21 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, our findings reveal an apparent antagonism between AtPep redundancy and PROPEP variability, and indicate new roles for PROPEPs besides plant immunity. ..
  27. Vogel G, Fiehn O, Jean Richard dit Bressel L, Boller T, Wiemken A, Aeschbacher R, et al. Trehalose metabolism in Arabidopsis: occurrence of trehalose and molecular cloning and characterization of trehalose-6-phosphate synthase homologues. J Exp Bot. 2001;52:1817-26 pubmed
    ..The results indicate that while AtTPS1 is involved in the formation of trehalose in Arabidopsis, some of the Arabidopsis genes with homologies to known TPS/TPP genes encode proteins lacking catalytic activity in trehalose synthesis. ..
  28. Ribot C, Zimmerli C, Farmer E, Reymond P, Poirier Y. Induction of the Arabidopsis PHO1;H10 gene by 12-oxo-phytodienoic acid but not jasmonic acid via a CORONATINE INSENSITIVE1-dependent pathway. Plant Physiol. 2008;147:696-706 pubmed publisher
    ..Furthermore, the implication of the ABA pathway in coregulating AtPHO1;H10 expression is dependent on the abiotic stress applied, being weak under wounding but strong upon dehydration. ..
  29. Ragni L, Nieminen K, Pacheco Villalobos D, Sibout R, Schwechheimer C, Hardtke C. Mobile gibberellin directly stimulates Arabidopsis hypocotyl xylem expansion. Plant Cell. 2011;23:1322-36 pubmed publisher
    ..Impaired GA signaling did not affect xylem expansion systemically, suggesting that it acts downstream of the mobile cue. By contrast, the GA effect was graft transmissible, suggesting that GA itself is the mobile shoot-derived signal...
  30. Schneitz K, Baker S, Gasser C, Redweik A. Pattern formation and growth during floral organogenesis: HUELLENLOS and AINTEGUMENTA are required for the formation of the proximal region of the ovule primordium in Arabidopsis thaliana. Development. 1998;125:2555-63 pubmed
    ..Furthermore, we show that HUELLENLOS also regulates the initiation and/or maintenance of integument and embryo sac ontogenesis and interestingly prevents inappropriate cell death in the young ovule. ..
  31. Poirier Y, Antonenkov V, Glumoff T, Hiltunen J. Peroxisomal beta-oxidation--a metabolic pathway with multiple functions. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2006;1763:1413-26 pubmed
  32. Makarevich G, Villar C, Erilova A, Kohler C. Mechanism of PHERES1 imprinting in Arabidopsis. J Cell Sci. 2008;121:906-12 pubmed publisher
    ..This mechanism is analogous to the regulation of several imprinted genes in mammals, suggesting the employment of similar evolutionary mechanisms for the regulation of imprinted genes in mammals and flowering plants. ..
  33. Paul Victor C, Züst T, Rees M, Kliebenstein D, Turnbull L. A new method for measuring relative growth rate can uncover the costs of defensive compounds in Arabidopsis thaliana. New Phytol. 2010;187:1102-11 pubmed publisher
    ..However, size standardization of RGR was essential to uncovering the growth costs of defensive compounds. ..
  34. Moire L, Rezzonico E, Goepfert S, Poirier Y. Impact of unusual fatty acid synthesis on futile cycling through beta-oxidation and on gene expression in transgenic plants. Plant Physiol. 2004;134:432-42 pubmed
    ..These results indicate that analysis of peroxisomal PHA is a better indicator of the flux of fatty acid through beta-oxidation than the expression profile of genes involved in lipid metabolism...
  35. Spillane C, Schmid K, Laoueillé Duprat S, Pien S, Escobar Restrepo J, Baroux C, et al. Positive darwinian selection at the imprinted MEDEA locus in plants. Nature. 2007;448:349-52 pubmed
    ..The evolution of MEA suggests a late origin of genomic imprinting within the Brassicaceae, whereas imprinting is thought to have originated early within the mammalian lineage. ..
  36. Kritsas K, Wuest S, Hupalo D, Kern A, Wicker T, Grossniklaus U. Computational analysis and characterization of UCE-like elements (ULEs) in plant genomes. Genome Res. 2012;22:2455-66 pubmed publisher
    ..The identification of ULEs in plant genomes offers new opportunities to study their possible roles in genome function, integrity, and regulation. ..
  37. De Angeli A, Zhang J, Meyer S, Martinoia E. AtALMT9 is a malate-activated vacuolar chloride channel required for stomatal opening in Arabidopsis. Nat Commun. 2013;4:1804 pubmed publisher
    ..Our findings show that AtALMT9 is a vacuolar chloride channel having a major role in controlling stomata aperture. ..
  38. Wüthrich K, Bovet L, Hunziker P, Donnison I, Hortensteiner S. Molecular cloning, functional expression and characterisation of RCC reductase involved in chlorophyll catabolism. Plant J. 2000;21:189-98 pubmed
    ..Upon transport, it was processed to a mature form of 31 kDa. The significance of cloning of RCCR is discussed in respect to the evolution of chlorophyll catabolism and to the cloning of PaO. ..
  39. Schoonbeek H, Jacquat Bovet A, Mascher F, Metraux J. Oxalate-degrading bacteria can protect Arabidopsis thaliana and crop plants against botrytis cinerea. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2007;20:1535-44 pubmed
    ..More detailed studies on the protective mechanism were performed in ox-strain B, identified as Cupriavidus campinensis, by analysis of transposon-tagged mutants that have a reduced ability to degrade oxalic acid. ..
  40. Sibout R, Plantegenet S, Hardtke C. Flowering as a condition for xylem expansion in Arabidopsis hypocotyl and root. Curr Biol. 2008;18:458-63 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, our results suggest that flowering induction is the condition for xylem expansion in hypocotyl and root secondary growth...
  41. Gomez Gomez L, Bauer Z, Boller T. Both the extracellular leucine-rich repeat domain and the kinase activity of FSL2 are required for flagellin binding and signaling in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2001;13:1155-63 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that KAPP functions as a negative regulator of the FLS2 signal transduction pathway and that the phosphorylation of FLS2 is necessary for proper binding and signaling of the flagellin receptor complex. ..
  42. Bauer J, Hiltbrunner A, Weibel P, Vidi P, Alvarez Huerta M, Smith M, et al. Essential role of the G-domain in targeting of the protein import receptor atToc159 to the chloroplast outer membrane. J Cell Biol. 2002;159:845-54 pubmed
    ..Thus, the function of atToc159 in chloroplast biogenesis is dependent on an intrinsic GTP-regulated switch that controls localization of the receptor to the chloroplast envelope. ..
  43. Latzel V, Zhang Y, Karlsson Moritz K, Fischer M, Bossdorf O. Epigenetic variation in plant responses to defence hormones. Ann Bot. 2012;110:1423-8 pubmed publisher
    ..This suggests that part of the variation of plant defences observed in natural populations may be due to underlying epigenetic, rather than entirely genetic, variation. ..
  44. Buey R, Sen I, Kortt O, Mohan R, Gfeller D, Veprintsev D, et al. Sequence determinants of a microtubule tip localization signal (MtLS). J Biol Chem. 2012;287:28227-42 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, our results define the sequence determinants of a canonical MtLS and provide the experimental data for bioinformatics approaches to carry out genome-wide predictions of novel +TIPs in multiple organisms...
  45. 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. ..
  46. Revenkova E, Masson J, Koncz C, Afsar K, Jakovleva L, Paszkowski J. Involvement of Arabidopsis thaliana ribosomal protein S27 in mRNA degradation triggered by genotoxic stress. EMBO J. 1999;18:490-9 pubmed
    ..Therefore, we propose that the ARS27A protein is dispensable for protein synthesis under standard conditions but is required for the elimination of possibly damaged mRNA after UV irradiation. ..
  47. Klein M, Geisler M, Suh S, Kolukisaoglu H, Azevedo L, Plaza S, et al. Disruption of AtMRP4, a guard cell plasma membrane ABCC-type ABC transporter, leads to deregulation of stomatal opening and increased drought susceptibility. Plant J. 2004;39:219-36 pubmed
    ..Treatment with MTX reduced stomatal opening in wild-type plants, but had no effect in atmrp4 mutants. These results indicate the involvement of AtMRP4 in the complex regulation of stomatal aperture. ..
  48. Goepfert S, Vidoudez C, Rezzonico E, Hiltunen J, Poirier Y. Molecular identification and characterization of the Arabidopsis delta(3,5),delta(2,4)-dienoyl-coenzyme A isomerase, a peroxisomal enzyme participating in the beta-oxidation cycle of unsaturated fatty acids. Plant Physiol. 2005;138:1947-56 pubmed
    ..Proteins showing high homology with AtDCI1 are found in gymnosperms as well as angiosperms belonging to the Monocotyledon or Dicotyledon classes. ..
  49. Hornitschek P, Kohnen M, Lorrain S, Rougemont J, Ljung K, Lopez Vidriero I, et al. Phytochrome interacting factors 4 and 5 control seedling growth in changing light conditions by directly controlling auxin signaling. Plant J. 2012;71:699-711 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover our study suggests that PIF4 and PIF5 regulate elongation growth by controlling directly the expression of genes that code for auxin biosynthesis and auxin signaling components. ..
  50. Vauclare P, Kopriva S, Fell D, Suter M, Sticher L, von Ballmoos P, et al. Flux control of sulphate assimilation in Arabidopsis thaliana: adenosine 5'-phosphosulphate reductase is more susceptible than ATP sulphurylase to negative control by thiols. Plant J. 2002;31:729-40 pubmed
  51. Tsuchimatsu T, Suwabe K, Shimizu Inatsugi R, Isokawa S, Pavlidis P, Stadler T, et al. Evolution of self-compatibility in Arabidopsis by a mutation in the male specificity gene. Nature. 2010;464:1342-6 pubmed publisher
  52. Crefcoeur R, Yin R, Ulm R, Halazonetis T. Ultraviolet-B-mediated induction of protein-protein interactions in mammalian cells. Nat Commun. 2013;4:1779 pubmed publisher
    ..As UVR8 photoperception is based on intrinsic tryptophan residues, these interactions do not depend on the addition of an exogenous chromophore. ..
  53. Leube M, Grill E, Amrhein N. ABI1 of Arabidopsis is a protein serine/threonine phosphatase highly regulated by the proton and magnesium ion concentration. FEBS Lett. 1998;424:100-4 pubmed
  54. Meskauskiene R, Würsch M, Laloi C, Vidi P, Coll N, Kessler F, et al. A mutation in the Arabidopsis mTERF-related plastid protein SOLDAT10 activates retrograde signaling and suppresses (1)O(2)-induced cell death. Plant J. 2009;60:399-410 pubmed publisher
    ..The results of this work reveal the unexpected complexity of what is commonly referred to as 'plastid signaling'. ..
  55. Rodriguez V, Chételat A, Majcherczyk P, Farmer E. Chloroplastic phosphoadenosine phosphosulfate metabolism regulates basal levels of the prohormone jasmonic acid in Arabidopsis leaves. Plant Physiol. 2010;152:1335-45 pubmed publisher
    ..These results show that a nucleotide component of the sulfur futile cycle regulates early steps of JA production and basal JA levels. ..
  56. Mirouze M, Lieberman Lazarovich M, Aversano R, Bucher E, Nicolet J, Reinders J, et al. Loss of DNA methylation affects the recombination landscape in Arabidopsis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2012;109:5880-5 pubmed publisher
    ..Because DNA methylation exhibits significant variation even within a single species, our results imply that it may influence the evolution of plant genomes through the control of meiotic recombination...
  57. Heijde M, Ulm R. Reversion of the Arabidopsis UV-B photoreceptor UVR8 to the homodimeric ground state. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013;110:1113-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results identify a key role of RUP1- and RUP2-mediated UVR8 redimerization in photoreceptor inactivation, a crucial process that regenerates reactivatable UVR8 homodimers. ..
  58. Schweizer F, Fernández Calvo P, Zander M, Diez Diaz M, Fonseca S, Glauser G, et al. Arabidopsis basic helix-loop-helix transcription factors MYC2, MYC3, and MYC4 regulate glucosinolate biosynthesis, insect performance, and feeding behavior. Plant Cell. 2013;25:3117-32 pubmed publisher
    ..This specific MYC-MYB interaction plays a crucial role in the regulation of defense secondary metabolite production and underlines the importance of GS in shaping plant interactions with adapted and nonadapted herbivores. ..
  59. Wick P, Gansel X, Oulevey C, Page V, Studer I, Dürst M, et al. The expression of the t-SNARE AtSNAP33 is induced by pathogens and mechanical stimulation. Plant Physiol. 2003;132:343-51 pubmed
    ..Thus, the expression of AtSNAP33 after pathogen attack is regulated by SA-dependent and SA-independent pathways. Mechanical stimulation also led to an increase of AtSNAP33 transcripts. ..
  60. Molinier J, Oakeley E, Niederhauser O, Kovalchuk I, Hohn B. Dynamic response of plant genome to ultraviolet radiation and other genotoxic stresses. Mutat Res. 2005;571:235-47 pubmed
  61. Ochsenbein C, Przybyla D, Danon A, Landgraf F, Gobel C, Imboden A, et al. The role of EDS1 (enhanced disease susceptibility) during singlet oxygen-mediated stress responses of Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2006;47:445-56 pubmed
    ..This program includes not only responses to oxidative stress, but also responses known to be activated during plant-pathogen interactions and wounding. ..
  62. Goepfert S, Hiltunen J, Poirier Y. Identification and functional characterization of a monofunctional peroxisomal enoyl-CoA hydratase 2 that participates in the degradation of even cis-unsaturated fatty acids in Arabidopsis thaliana. J Biol Chem. 2006;281:35894-903 pubmed
  63. Bonaventure G, Gfeller A, Proebsting W, Hortensteiner S, Chételat A, Martinoia E, et al. A gain-of-function allele of TPC1 activates oxylipin biogenesis after leaf wounding in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2007;49:889-98 pubmed
    ..The results indicate that cation fluxes exert strong control over the positive feedback loop whereby JA stimulates its own synthesis. ..
  64. Schenk N, Schelbert S, Kanwischer M, Goldschmidt E, Dormann P, Hortensteiner S. The chlorophyllases AtCLH1 and AtCLH2 are not essential for senescence-related chlorophyll breakdown in Arabidopsis thaliana. FEBS Lett. 2007;581:5517-25 pubmed
    ..From our data we conclude that AtCLHs are not required for senescence-related chlorophyll breakdown in vivo and propose that genuine chlorophyllase has not yet been molecularly identified. ..
  65. Goepfert S, Vidoudez C, Tellgren Roth C, Delessert S, Hiltunen J, Poirier Y. Peroxisomal Delta(3),Delta(2)-enoyl CoA isomerases and evolution of cytosolic paralogues in embryophytes. Plant J. 2008;56:728-42 pubmed publisher
  66. Blom D, Fabbri C, Eberl L, Weisskopf L. Volatile-mediated killing of Arabidopsis thaliana by bacteria is mainly due to hydrogen cyanide. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2011;77:1000-8 pubmed publisher
    ..This indicates that oxidative stress is a key process in the physiological changes leading to plant death upon exposure to toxic bacterial volatiles...
  67. Reinhold H, Soyk S, Simková K, Hostettler C, Marafino J, Mainiero S, et al. ?-amylase-like proteins function as transcription factors in Arabidopsis, controlling shoot growth and development. Plant Cell. 2011;23:1391-403 pubmed publisher
  68. Züst T, Heichinger C, Grossniklaus U, Harrington R, Kliebenstein D, Turnbull L. Natural enemies drive geographic variation in plant defenses. Science. 2012;338:116-9 pubmed publisher
    ..We thereby show a causal link between variation in abundance of the two specialist aphids and the geographic pattern at GS-ELONG, which highlights the potency of natural enemies as selective forces. ..
  69. Zhang J, Baetz U, Krügel U, Martinoia E, De Angeli A. Identification of a probable pore-forming domain in the multimeric vacuolar anion channel AtALMT9. Plant Physiol. 2013;163:830-43 pubmed publisher
    ..We suggest that AtALMT9 is a tetramer and that the TM?5 domains of the subunits contribute to form the pore of this anion channel. ..
  70. Silljé H, Takahashi K, Tanaka K, Van Houwe G, Nigg E. Mammalian homologues of the plant Tousled gene code for cell-cycle-regulated kinases with maximal activities linked to ongoing DNA replication. EMBO J. 1999;18:5691-702 pubmed
    ..These findings provide the first biochemical clues as to the possible molecular functions of Tlks, a highly conserved family of kinases implicated in the development of multicellular organisms. ..
  71. Bordoli L, Netsch M, Lüthi U, Lutz W, Eckner R. Plant orthologs of p300/CBP: conservation of a core domain in metazoan p300/CBP acetyltransferase-related proteins. Nucleic Acids Res. 2001;29:589-97 pubmed
    ..The striking conservation of an extended segment of p300/CBP suggests that it may constitute a functional entity fulfilling functions that may be essential for all metazoan organisms. ..
  72. Baumberger N, Ringli C, Keller B. The chimeric leucine-rich repeat/extensin cell wall protein LRX1 is required for root hair morphogenesis in Arabidopsis thaliana. Genes Dev. 2001;15:1128-39 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that LRX1 is an extracellular component of a mechanism regulating root hair morphogenesis and elongation by controlling either polarized growth or cell wall formation and assembly. ..
  73. Lucht J, Mauch Mani B, Steiner H, Metraux J, Ryals J, Hohn B. Pathogen stress increases somatic recombination frequency in Arabidopsis. Nat Genet. 2002;30:311-4 pubmed
    ..The increased genetic flexibility might facilitate evolutionary adaptation of plant populations to stressful environments. ..
  74. Delatte T, Trevisan M, Parker M, Zeeman S. Arabidopsis mutants Atisa1 and Atisa2 have identical phenotypes and lack the same multimeric isoamylase, which influences the branch point distribution of amylopectin during starch synthesis. Plant J. 2005;41:815-30 pubmed
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