Experts and Doctors on arabidopsis in United States


Locale: United States
Topic: arabidopsis

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  1. Running M, Fletcher J, Meyerowitz E. The WIGGUM gene is required for proper regulation of floral meristem size in Arabidopsis. Development. 1998;125:2545-53 pubmed
    ..We propose that WIGGUM plays a role in restricting cell division relative to cellular differentiation in specific regions of the apical and floral meristems. ..
  2. Liu X, Covington M, Fankhauser C, Chory J, Wagner D. ELF3 encodes a circadian clock-regulated nuclear protein that functions in an Arabidopsis PHYB signal transduction pathway. Plant Cell. 2001;13:1293-304 pubmed
    ..This suggests that ELF3 is a component of a PHYB signaling complex that controls early events in plant development but that ELF3 and PHYB control flowering via independent signal transduction pathways. ..
  3. Doelling J, Walker J, Friedman E, Thompson A, Vierstra R. The APG8/12-activating enzyme APG7 is required for proper nutrient recycling and senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana. J Biol Chem. 2002;277:33105-14 pubmed
    ..These findings show that the APG8/12 conjugation pathways have been conserved in plants and may have important roles in autophagic recycling, especially during situations that require substantial nitrogen and carbon mobilization. ..
  4. Zheng Z, Nafisi M, Tam A, Li H, Crowell D, Chary S, et al. Plasma membrane-associated ROP10 small GTPase is a specific negative regulator of abscisic acid responses in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2002;14:2787-97 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that ROP10 is a PM-localized signaling molecule that is involved specifically in the negative regulation of ABA signaling. ..
  5. Rojo E, Zouhar J, Kovaleva V, Hong S, Raikhel N. The AtC-VPS protein complex is localized to the tonoplast and the prevacuolar compartment in arabidopsis. Mol Biol Cell. 2003;14:361-9 pubmed
    ..VCL1, AtVPS11, and AtVPS33 are the first components of the vacuolar biogenesis machinery to be identified in plants. ..
  6. Ryu C, Farag M, Hu C, Reddy M, Kloepper J, Pare P. Bacterial volatiles induce systemic resistance in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2004;134:1017-26 pubmed
    ..This study provides new insight into the role of bacteria VOCs as initiators of defense responses in plants...
  7. Sharkey T, Yeh S, Wiberley A, Falbel T, Gong D, Fernandez D. Evolution of the isoprene biosynthetic pathway in kudzu. Plant Physiol. 2005;137:700-12 pubmed
  8. Dong X, Hong Z, Sivaramakrishnan M, Mahfouz M, Verma D. Callose synthase (CalS5) is required for exine formation during microgametogenesis and for pollen viability in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2005;42:315-28 pubmed
    ..These data suggest that callose synthesis has a vital function in building a properly sculpted exine, the integrity of which is essential for pollen viability. ..
  9. Song H, Carre I. DET1 regulates the proteasomal degradation of LHY, a component of the Arabidopsis circadian clock. Plant Mol Biol. 2005;57:761-71 pubmed
    ..These findings add to recent evidence suggesting a role for DET1 in a ubiquitination pathway and identify a substrate for DET1-regulated protein turn-over. ..

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  1. Binder B, Walker J, Gagne J, Emborg T, Hemmann G, Bleecker A, et al. The Arabidopsis EIN3 binding F-Box proteins EBF1 and EBF2 have distinct but overlapping roles in ethylene signaling. Plant Cell. 2007;19:509-23 pubmed
  2. Jiao Y, Riechmann J, Meyerowitz E. Transcriptome-wide analysis of uncapped mRNAs in Arabidopsis reveals regulation of mRNA degradation. Plant Cell. 2008;20:2571-85 pubmed publisher
    ..These transcriptome-wide profiles of uncapped mRNAs will aid in illuminating new regulatory mechanisms of eukaryotic transcriptional networks. ..
  3. Morohashi K, Grotewold E. A systems approach reveals regulatory circuitry for Arabidopsis trichome initiation by the GL3 and GL1 selectors. PLoS Genet. 2009;5:e1000396 pubmed publisher
  4. Sugimoto K, Jiao Y, Meyerowitz E. Arabidopsis regeneration from multiple tissues occurs via a root development pathway. Dev Cell. 2010;18:463-71 pubmed publisher
    ..It thus appears that the ectopic activation of a lateral root development program is a common mechanism in callus formation from multiple organs...
  5. Yu X, Michaels S. The Arabidopsis Paf1c complex component CDC73 participates in the modification of FLOWERING LOCUS C chromatin. Plant Physiol. 2010;153:1074-84 pubmed publisher
    ..g. h3k27me3). ..
  6. Liang Y, Faik A, Kieliszewski M, Tan L, Xu W, Showalter A. Identification and characterization of in vitro galactosyltransferase activities involved in arabinogalactan-protein glycosylation in tobacco and Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2010;154:632-42 pubmed publisher
  7. Backues S, Korasick D, Heese A, Bednarek S. The Arabidopsis dynamin-related protein2 family is essential for gametophyte development. Plant Cell. 2010;22:3218-31 pubmed publisher
    ..This suggests a possible role for DRP2-dependent clathrin-mediated trafficking in the transduction of developmental signals in the gametophyte. ..
  8. Lichtenberg J, Kurz K, Liang X, Al Ouran R, Neiman L, Nau L, et al. WordSeeker: concurrent bioinformatics software for discovering genome-wide patterns and word-based genomic signatures. BMC Bioinformatics. 2010;11 Suppl 12:S6 pubmed publisher
    ..WordSeeker effectively utilizes concurrent computing platforms to enable the identification of putative functional elements in genomic data sets. This capability facilitates the analysis of the large quantity of sequenced genomic data. ..
  9. Lou P, Xie Q, Xu X, Edwards C, Brock M, Weinig C, et al. Genetic architecture of the circadian clock and flowering time in Brassica rapa. Theor Appl Genet. 2011;123:397-409 pubmed publisher
    ..Most clock and flowering-time QTL mapped to overlapping chromosomal loci. We have exploited micro-synteny between the Arabidopsis and B. rapa genomes to identify candidate genes for these QTL...
  10. Liu C, Axtell M, Fedoroff N. The helicase and RNaseIIIa domains of Arabidopsis Dicer-Like1 modulate catalytic parameters during microRNA biogenesis. Plant Physiol. 2012;159:748-58 pubmed publisher
    ..In vitro, the helicase domain confers ATP dependence on DCL1-catalyzed MIRNA processing, attenuates DCL1 cleavage activity, and is required for precise MIRNA processing of some substrates. ..
  11. Wan J, Tanaka K, Zhang X, Son G, Brechenmacher L, Nguyen T, et al. LYK4, a lysin motif receptor-like kinase, is important for chitin signaling and plant innate immunity in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2012;160:396-406 pubmed publisher
    ..Similar to LYK1/CERK1, the LYK4 protein was also localized to the plasma membrane. Therefore, LYK4 may play a role in the chitin recognition receptor complex to assist chitin signal transduction and plant innate immunity. ..
  12. Wang Y, Maruhnich S, Mageroy M, Justice J, Folta K. Phototropin 1 and cryptochrome action in response to green light in combination with other wavelengths. Planta. 2013;237:225-37 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings demonstrate how enriched green environments may adjust RL and BL photomorphogenic responses through both the crys and phot1 receptors, and define a new role for phot1 in stem growth promotion. ..
  13. Sanyal A, Linder C. Plasticity and constraints on fatty acid composition in the phospholipids and triacylglycerols of Arabidopsis accessions grown at different temperatures. BMC Plant Biol. 2013;13:63 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, the adaptive response of Arabidopsis and the genetic tools available for manipulating Arabidopsis, makes it an excellent system for studying seed oil evolution and also for breeding seed oil crops especially the Brassica species. ..
  14. Xiao J, Jin R, Yu X, Shen M, Wagner J, Pai A, et al. Cis and trans determinants of epigenetic silencing by Polycomb repressive complex 2 in Arabidopsis. Nat Genet. 2017;49:1546-1552 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus PRC2 recruitment in Arabidopsis relies in large part on binding of trans-acting factors to cis-localized DNA sequence motifs. ..
  15. Schaller G, Bleecker A. Ethylene-binding sites generated in yeast expressing the Arabidopsis ETR1 gene. Science. 1995;270:1809-11 pubmed
    ..It was concluded from these results that ETR1 acts as an ethylene receptor in Arabidopsis. ..
  16. Riechmann J, Wang M, Meyerowitz E. DNA-binding properties of Arabidopsis MADS domain homeotic proteins APETALA1, APETALA3, PISTILLATA and AGAMOUS. Nucleic Acids Res. 1996;24:3134-41 pubmed
    ..The similarity of the DNA-binding properties of AP1, AP3-PI and AG is discussed with regard to the biological specificity that these proteins exhibit. ..
  17. Larkin R, Guilfoyle T. Two small subunits in Arabidopsis RNA polymerase II are related to yeast RPB4 and RPB7 and interact with one another. J Biol Chem. 1998;273:5631-7 pubmed
    ..5 (i.e. a subunit related to yeast RPB7) in vitro as did recombinant yeast RPB4 and RPB7 subunits. Stable heterodimers were also formed between AtRPB15. 9 and yeast RPB7 and between yeast RPB4 and AtRPB19.5. ..
  18. Liu C, Meinke D. The titan mutants of Arabidopsis are disrupted in mitosis and cell cycle control during seed development. Plant J. 1998;16:21-31 pubmed
    ..Molecular isolation of TITAN genes should help to answer this question, as well as related issues concerning cell cycle regulation, chromosome movement and endosperm identity in angiosperms. ..
  19. Williams R, Clark S, Meyerowitz E. Genetic and physical characterization of a region of Arabidopsis chromosome 1 containing the CLAVATA1 gene. Plant Mol Biol. 1999;39:171-6 pubmed
    ..24 kb of genomic DNA was sequenced, including a continuous stretch of 18 kb. In addition to generating clones in this region of chromosome 1, we have analyzed the size, spacing and organization of several contiguous genes. ..
  20. Book A, Yang P, Scalf M, Smith L, Vierstra R. Tripeptidyl peptidase II. An oligomeric protease complex from Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2005;138:1046-57 pubmed
    ..As a consequence, plants likely contain other intermediate exopeptidases that assist in amino acid recycling. ..
  21. Lehti Shiu M, Adamczyk B, Fernandez D. Expression of MADS-box genes during the embryonic phase in Arabidopsis. Plant Mol Biol. 2005;58:89-107 pubmed
  22. Tyler R, Bitto E, Berndsen C, Bingman C, Singh S, Lee M, et al. Structure of Arabidopsis thaliana At1g77540 protein, a minimal acetyltransferase from the COG2388 family. Biochemistry. 2006;45:14325-36 pubmed
    ..This work establishes that the domain family COG2388 represents a novel class of acetyltransferase and provides insight into possible mechanistic roles of the conserved Cys76 and His41 residues of this family. ..
  23. Sieber P, Wellmer F, Gheyselinck J, Riechmann J, Meyerowitz E. Redundancy and specialization among plant microRNAs: role of the MIR164 family in developmental robustness. Development. 2007;134:1051-60 pubmed
  24. Hwang J, Vernoud V, Szumlanski A, Nielsen E, Yang Z. A tip-localized RhoGAP controls cell polarity by globally inhibiting Rho GTPase at the cell apex. Curr Biol. 2008;18:1907-16 pubmed publisher
    ..Similar spatiotemporal control of Rho GTPase signaling may also play an important role in cell-polarity control in other systems, including tip growth in fungi and cell movement in animals. ..
  25. Xiong Y, DeFraia C, Williams D, Zhang X, Mou Z. Deficiency in a cytosolic ribose-5-phosphate isomerase causes chloroplast dysfunction, late flowering and premature cell death in Arabidopsis. Physiol Plant. 2009;137:249-63 pubmed publisher
    ..These results demonstrate that a deficiency in the non-oxidative phase of the cytosolic oxPPP has pleiotropic effects on plant growth and development and causes premature cell death. ..
  26. Dixit A, Dhankher O. A novel stress-associated protein 'AtSAP10' from Arabidopsis thaliana confers tolerance to nickel, manganese, zinc, and high temperature stress. PLoS ONE. 2011;6:e20921 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, these results showed that AtSAP10 is a potentially useful candidate gene for engineering tolerance to heavy metals and to abiotic stress in cultivated plants...
  27. Martinez G, Slotkin R. Developmental relaxation of transposable element silencing in plants: functional or byproduct?. Curr Opin Plant Biol. 2012;15:496-502 pubmed publisher
    ..In this opinion article, we review the known DRTS events and speculate on the function, if any, of DRTS in plants. ..
  28. Tan L, Eberhard S, Pattathil S, Warder C, Glushka J, Yuan C, et al. An Arabidopsis cell wall proteoglycan consists of pectin and arabinoxylan covalently linked to an arabinogalactan protein. Plant Cell. 2013;25:270-87 pubmed publisher
    ..The modified sugar composition and increased extractability of pectin and xylan immunoreactive epitopes in apap1 mutant aerial biomass support a role for the APAP1 proteoglycan in plant wall architecture and function...
  29. Hill K, Mathews D, Kim H, Street I, Wildes S, Chiang Y, et al. Functional characterization of type-B response regulators in the Arabidopsis cytokinin response. Plant Physiol. 2013;162:212-24 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, our results indicate that type-B ARR expression profiles in the plant, along with posttranscriptional regulation, play significant roles in modulating their contribution to cytokinin signaling. ..
  30. Zhou X, Graumann K, Wirthmueller L, Jones J, Meier I. Identification of unique SUN-interacting nuclear envelope proteins with diverse functions in plants. J Cell Biol. 2014;205:677-92 pubmed publisher
    ..This study dramatically expands our knowledge of plant KASH proteins and suggests that plants and opisthokonts have recruited different KASH proteins to perform NE regulatory functions. ..
  31. Chaiwongsar S, Otegui M, Jester P, Monson S, Krysan P. The protein kinase genes MAP3K epsilon 1 and MAP3K epsilon 2 are required for pollen viability in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant J. 2006;48:193-205 pubmed
    ..Taken together, our results suggest that MAP3Kepsilon1 is required for the normal functioning of the plasma membrane in developing Arabidopsis pollen. ..
  32. Zhou R, Kroczynska B, Hayman G, Miernyk J. AtJ2, an arabidopsis homolog of Escherichia coli dnaJ. Plant Physiol. 1995;108:821-2 pubmed
  33. Jordan D, Bacot K, Carlson T, Kessel M, Viitanen P. Plant riboflavin biosynthesis. Cloning, chloroplast localization, expression, purification, and partial characterization of spinach lumazine synthase. J Biol Chem. 1999;274:22114-21 pubmed
    ..5-kDa subunits, resembling its icosahedral counterparts in E. coli and Bacillus subtilis...
  34. Liu Cm C, McElver J, Tzafrir I, Joosen R, Wittich P, Patton D, et al. Condensin and cohesin knockouts in Arabidopsis exhibit a titan seed phenotype. Plant J. 2002;29:405-15 pubmed
    ..Further analysis of titan mutants and the SMC gene family in Arabidopsis should provide clues to chromosome mechanics in plants and insights into the regulation of nuclear activity during endosperm development. ..
  35. Fulda M, Schnurr J, Abbadi A, Heinz E, Browse J. Peroxisomal Acyl-CoA synthetase activity is essential for seedling development in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell. 2004;16:394-405 pubmed
    ..Alternatively, PXA1 and LACS6/LACS7 may act in parallel pathways that are both required to ensure adequate delivery of acyl-CoA substrates for beta-oxidation and successful seedling establishment. ..
  36. Falcone D, Ogas J, Somerville C. Regulation of membrane fatty acid composition by temperature in mutants of Arabidopsis with alterations in membrane lipid composition. BMC Plant Biol. 2004;4:17 pubmed
  37. Yuen C, Sedbrook J, Perrin R, Carroll K, Masson P. Loss-of-function mutations of ROOT HAIR DEFECTIVE3 suppress root waving, skewing, and epidermal cell file rotation in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2005;138:701-14 pubmed
    ..We hypothesize that RHD3 may control epidermal CFR, root skewing, and waving on hard-agar surfaces by regulating the traffic of wall- or plasma membrane-associated determinants of anisotropic cell expansion. ..
  38. Kim M, da Cunha L, McFall A, Belkhadir Y, DebRoy S, Dangl J, et al. Two Pseudomonas syringae type III effectors inhibit RIN4-regulated basal defense in Arabidopsis. Cell. 2005;121:749-59 pubmed
    ..Thus, R proteins guard the plant against type III effectors that inhibit PAMP signaling and provide a mechanistic link between the two plant defense systems. ..
  39. Dong C, Agarwal M, Zhang Y, Xie Q, Zhu J. The negative regulator of plant cold responses, HOS1, is a RING E3 ligase that mediates the ubiquitination and degradation of ICE1. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2006;103:8281-6 pubmed
    ..Our results indicate that cold stress responses in Arabidopsis are attenuated by a ubiquitination/proteasome pathway in which HOS1 mediates the degradation of the ICE1 protein. ..
  40. Manak M, Ferl R. Divalent cation effects on interactions between multiple Arabidopsis 14-3-3 isoforms and phosphopeptide targets. Biochemistry. 2007;46:1055-63 pubmed
    ..The general result for all cases is that an increased concentration of divalent cations in solution causes an increase in the concentration of 14-3-3 protein interacting with the respective phosphopeptide. ..
  41. Ham J, Kim M, Lee S, Mackey D. Layered basal defenses underlie non-host resistance of Arabidopsis to Pseudomonas syringae pv. phaseolicola. Plant J. 2007;51:604-16 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, non-host resistance of Arabidopsis to Pph is based on multiple, individually effective layers of basal defense...
  42. Cheng C, Jaag H, Jonczyk M, Serviene E, Nagy P. Expression of the Arabidopsis Xrn4p 5'-3' exoribonuclease facilitates degradation of tombusvirus RNA and promotes rapid emergence of viral variants in plants. Virology. 2007;368:238-48 pubmed
    ..benthamiana protoplasts, whereas one CNV variant caused novel symptoms and moved systemically in N. benthamiana plants. Altogether, this paper establishes that a single plant gene can contribute to the emergence of novel viral variants. ..
  43. Avila E, Brown M, Pan S, Desikan R, Neill S, Girke T, et al. Expression analysis of Arabidopsis vacuolar sorting receptor 3 reveals a putative function in guard cells. J Exp Bot. 2008;59:1149-61 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, AtVSR3 may play an important role in responses to plant stress. ..
  44. Lewis D, Wu G, Ljung K, Spalding E. Auxin transport into cotyledons and cotyledon growth depend similarly on the ABCB19 Multidrug Resistance-like transporter. Plant J. 2009;60:91-101 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, these data indicate that cotyledon expansion during the establishment of photoautotrophic growth depends on ABCB19-mediated auxin import...
  45. Selote D, Kachroo A. RPG1-B-derived resistance to AvrB-expressing Pseudomonas syringae requires RIN4-like proteins in soybean. Plant Physiol. 2010;153:1199-211 pubmed publisher
    ..Although both GmRIN4a and GmRIN4b function to monitor AvrB in the presence of RPG1-B, GmRIN4a, but not GmRIN4b, negatively regulates AvrB virulence activity in the absence of RPG1-B...
  46. Smith H, Ung N, Lal S, Courtier J. Specification of reproductive meristems requires the combined function of SHOOT MERISTEMLESS and floral integrators FLOWERING LOCUS T and FD during Arabidopsis inflorescence development. J Exp Bot. 2011;62:583-93 pubmed publisher
    ..Lastly, gene expression studies indicate that STM functions with FT-FD and AGAMOUS-LIKE 24 (AGL24)-SUPPRESSOR OF OVEREXPRESSION OF CONTANS1 (SOC1) complexes to up-regulate flower meristem identity genes during inflorescence development. ..
  47. Yang X, Boateng K, Yuan L, Wu S, Baskin T, Makaroff C. The radially swollen 4 separase mutation of Arabidopsis thaliana blocks chromosome disjunction and disrupts the radial microtubule system in meiocytes. PLoS ONE. 2011;6:e19459 pubmed publisher
    ..These effects confirm that phenotypes in rsw4 result from loss of separase activity and establish a role for separase in regulating cell polarization following male meiosis. ..
  48. Zhao Q, Meier I. Identification and characterization of the Arabidopsis FG-repeat nucleoporin Nup62. Plant Signal Behav. 2011;6:330-4 pubmed publisher
    ..Overexpression-based co-suppression of AtNup62 leads to severely dwarfed, early-flowering plants, suggesting an important function for Nup62 in plants. ..
  49. Kovalev N, Barajas D, Nagy P. Similar roles for yeast Dbp2 and Arabidopsis RH20 DEAD-box RNA helicases to Ded1 helicase in tombusvirus plus-strand synthesis. Virology. 2012;432:470-84 pubmed publisher
    ..We also show that the orthologous AtRH20 DEAD-box helicase from Arabidopsis can increase tombusvirus replication in vitro and in yeast. ..
  50. Kim J, Dotson B, Rey C, Lindsey J, Bleecker A, Binder B, et al. New clothes for the jasmonic acid receptor COI1: delayed abscission, meristem arrest and apical dominance. PLoS ONE. 2013;8:e60505 pubmed publisher
    ..Our study opens the door revealing new roles for JA and its interaction with other hormones during plant development. ..
  51. Ding L, Kim S, Michaels S. FLOWERING LOCUS C EXPRESSOR family proteins regulate FLOWERING LOCUS C expression in both winter-annual and rapid-cycling Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2013;163:243-52 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, components of the FRI-C play a role in the regulation of FLC expression in both FRI-containing winter annuals, as well as fri-null rapid-cycling strains. ..
  52. Wu R, Citovsky V. Adaptor proteins GIR1 and GIR2. I. Interaction with the repressor GLABRA2 and regulation of root hair development. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2017;488:547-553 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, GIR1 and GIR2 might function as adaptor proteins that associate with GL2 and participate in control of root hair formation. ..
  53. del Pozo J, Estelle M. The Arabidopsis cullin AtCUL1 is modified by the ubiquitin-related protein RUB1. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1999;96:15342-7 pubmed
    ..Because AtCUL1 is a component of the ubiquitin protein ligase SCF(TIR1), a complex that also functions in auxin response, we propose that RUB modification of AtCUL1 is important for auxin response. ..
  54. Rojo E, Sharma V, Kovaleva V, Raikhel N, Fletcher J. CLV3 is localized to the extracellular space, where it activates the Arabidopsis CLAVATA stem cell signaling pathway. Plant Cell. 2002;14:969-77 pubmed
    ..Apoplastic localization allows CLV3 to signal from the stem cell population to the organizing center in the underlying cells. ..
  55. Yuen C, Pearlman R, Silo Suh L, Hilson P, Carroll K, Masson P. WVD2 and WDL1 modulate helical organ growth and anisotropic cell expansion in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2003;131:493-506 pubmed
    ..Our observations suggest that at least two members of this gene family may modulate both rotational polarity and anisotropic cell expansion during organ growth. ..
  56. Pappan K, Zheng L, Krishnamoorthi R, Wang X. Evidence for and characterization of Ca2+ binding to the catalytic region of Arabidopsis thaliana phospholipase Dbeta. J Biol Chem. 2004;279:47833-9 pubmed
    ..These results demonstrate the contrasting and complementary effects of the Ca(2+)- and lipid-binding properties of the C2 and catalytic domains of plant PLD and provide insight into the mechanism by which Ca(2+) regulates PLD activity. ..
  57. Sunkar R, Kapoor A, Zhu J. Posttranscriptional induction of two Cu/Zn superoxide dismutase genes in Arabidopsis is mediated by downregulation of miR398 and important for oxidative stress tolerance. Plant Cell. 2006;18:2051-65 pubmed
    ..Thus, relieving miR398-guided suppression of CSD2 in transgenic plants is an effective new approach to improving plant productivity under oxidative stress conditions. ..
  58. Suarez Rodriguez M, Adams Phillips L, Liu Y, Wang H, Su S, Jester P, et al. MEKK1 is required for flg22-induced MPK4 activation in Arabidopsis plants. Plant Physiol. 2007;143:661-9 pubmed
    ..Our results indicate that MEKK1 acts upstream of MPK4 as a negative regulator of pathogen response pathways, a function that may not require MEKK1's full kinase activity. ..
  59. Wang H, Ngwenyama N, Liu Y, Walker J, Zhang S. Stomatal development and patterning are regulated by environmentally responsive mitogen-activated protein kinases in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2007;19:63-73 pubmed
  60. Chary S, Hicks G, Choi Y, Carter D, Raikhel N. Trehalose-6-phosphate synthase/phosphatase regulates cell shape and plant architecture in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2008;146:97-107 pubmed
    ..Thus, beyond a role in development, we demonstrate that the class II gene AtTPS6 is important for controlling cellular morphogenesis. ..
  61. Moon J, Zhu L, Shen H, Huq E. PIF1 directly and indirectly regulates chlorophyll biosynthesis to optimize the greening process in Arabidopsis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008;105:9433-8 pubmed publisher
    ..These data strongly suggest that PIF1 directly and indirectly regulates key genes involved in chlorophyll biosynthesis to optimize the greening process in Arabidopsis. ..
  62. Yu L, Patibanda V, Smith H. A novel role of BELL1-like homeobox genes, PENNYWISE and POUND-FOOLISH, in floral patterning. Planta. 2009;229:693-707 pubmed publisher
  63. Feller A, Machemer K, Braun E, Grotewold E. Evolutionary and comparative analysis of MYB and bHLH plant transcription factors. Plant J. 2011;66:94-116 pubmed publisher
    ..The next few years are likely to witness an increasing understanding of the extent to which conserved transcription factors participate at similar positions in gene regulatory networks across plant species. ..
  64. Lilley J, Gee C, Sairanen I, Ljung K, Nemhauser J. An endogenous carbon-sensing pathway triggers increased auxin flux and hypocotyl elongation. Plant Physiol. 2012;160:2261-70 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, PIF transcription factors integrate growth with metabolic demands and thereby facilitate functional equilibrium during photomorphogenesis. ..
  65. Chen Q, Bleecker A. Analysis of ethylene signal-transduction kinetics associated with seedling-growth response and chitinase induction in wild-type and mutant arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 1995;108:597-607 pubmed
    ..The relationship between the model and the biochemical mechanisms of well-characterized signal-transduction systems in animals is discussed. ..
  66. Kroczynska B, Zhou R, Wood C, Miernyk J. AtJ1, a mitochondrial homologue of the Escherichia coli DnaJ protein. Plant Mol Biol. 1996;31:619-29 pubmed
    ..coli and purified. When the labeled protein was incubated with intact pea cotyledon mitochondria, it was imported and proteolytically processed in a reaction that depended upon an energized mitochondrial membrane. ..
  67. Zheng H, Bednarek S, Sanderfoot A, Alonso J, Ecker J, Raikhel N. NPSN11 is a cell plate-associated SNARE protein that interacts with the syntaxin KNOLLE. Plant Physiol. 2002;129:530-9 pubmed
    ..Consistent with the localization studies, NSPN11 was found to interact with KNOLLE. Our results suggest that NPSN11 is another component of the membrane trafficking and fusion machinery involved in cell plate formation. ..
  68. Bao F, Shen J, Brady S, Muday G, Asami T, Yang Z. Brassinosteroids interact with auxin to promote lateral root development in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2004;134:1624-31 pubmed
  69. Czarnecka Verner E, Pan S, Salem T, Gurley W. Plant class B HSFs inhibit transcription and exhibit affinity for TFIIB and TBP. Plant Mol Biol. 2004;56:57-75 pubmed
    ..In vitro binding studies were consistent with this pattern of activity since the BD region alone interacted strongly with TFIIB, and the presence of RD had an inhibitory effect on TFIIB binding and transcriptional activation. ..
  70. Li Y, Dhankher O, Carreira L, Balish R, Meagher R. Arsenic and mercury tolerance and cadmium sensitivity in Arabidopsis plants expressing bacterial gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase. Environ Toxicol Chem. 2005;24:1376-86 pubmed
    ..A few possible mechanisms for gamma-ECS-enhanced arsenic and mercury resistance and cadmium hypersensitivity are discussed. ..
  71. Li M, Qin C, Welti R, Wang X. Double knockouts of phospholipases Dzeta1 and Dzeta2 in Arabidopsis affect root elongation during phosphate-limited growth but do not affect root hair patterning. Plant Physiol. 2006;140:761-70 pubmed
    ..These results indicate that PLDzeta1 and PLDzeta2 play a role in regulating root development in response to nutrient limitation. ..
  72. Noiriel A, Naponelli V, Gregory J, Hanson A. Pterin and folate salvage. Plants and Escherichia coli lack capacity to reduce oxidized pterins. Plant Physiol. 2007;143:1101-9 pubmed
    ..If it is lacking, folate precursors or breakdown products that become oxidized will permanently exit the metabolically active pterin pool. ..
  73. Adamczyk B, Lehti Shiu M, Fernandez D. The MADS domain factors AGL15 and AGL18 act redundantly as repressors of the floral transition in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2007;50:1007-19 pubmed
    ..Thus, flowering time is determined by the additive effect of multiple MADS domain floral repressors, with important contributions from AGL15 and AGL18. ..
  74. Bitto E, Bingman C, Bittova L, Houston N, Boston R, Fox B, et al. X-ray structure of ILL2, an auxin-conjugate amidohydrolase from Arabidopsis thaliana. Proteins. 2009;74:61-71 pubmed publisher
    ..Overall, the structure of ILL2 suggests that this enzyme likely uses a catalytic mechanism that follows the paradigm established for the other enzymes of the M20 peptidase family. ..
  75. Zhong R, Lee C, Zhou J, McCarthy R, Ye Z. A battery of transcription factors involved in the regulation of secondary cell wall biosynthesis in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2008;20:2763-82 pubmed publisher
  76. Zhou J, Lee C, Zhong R, Ye Z. MYB58 and MYB63 are transcriptional activators of the lignin biosynthetic pathway during secondary cell wall formation in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2009;21:248-66 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, our results indicate that MYB58 and MYB63 are specific transcriptional activators of lignin biosynthesis in the SND1-mediated transcriptional network regulating secondary wall formation. ..
  77. Zhong R, Lee C, Ye Z. Functional characterization of poplar wood-associated NAC domain transcription factors. Plant Physiol. 2010;152:1044-55 pubmed publisher
  78. Mustroph A, Lee S, Oosumi T, Zanetti M, Yang H, Ma K, et al. Cross-kingdom comparison of transcriptomic adjustments to low-oxygen stress highlights conserved and plant-specific responses. Plant Physiol. 2010;152:1484-500 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings illuminate both broadly conserved and plant-specific low-oxygen stress responses and confirm that plant-specific HUPs with limited phylogenetic distribution influence low-oxygen stress endurance. ..
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    ..Our results provide evidence for a new function of FLP/MYB88 in sensing and/or transducing abiotic stress, which is severely compromised in flp-1 myb88 mutants. ..
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