Experts and Doctors on arabidopsis proteins in Germany


Locale: Germany
Topic: arabidopsis proteins

Top Publications

  1. Wang J, Schwab R, Czech B, Mica E, Weigel D. Dual effects of miR156-targeted SPL genes and CYP78A5/KLUH on plastochron length and organ size in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell. 2008;20:1231-43 pubmed publisher
  2. Krol E, Mentzel T, Chinchilla D, Boller T, Felix G, Kemmerling B, et al. Perception of the Arabidopsis danger signal peptide 1 involves the pattern recognition receptor AtPEPR1 and its close homologue AtPEPR2. J Biol Chem. 2010;285:13471-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Our findings provide a basic framework to study the biological role of AtPep1-related danger signals and their cognate receptors. ..
  3. Bartsch M, Bednarek P, Vivancos P, Schneider B, von Roepenack Lahaye E, Foyer C, et al. Accumulation of isochorismate-derived 2,3-dihydroxybenzoic 3-O-beta-D-xyloside in arabidopsis resistance to pathogens and ageing of leaves. J Biol Chem. 2010;285:25654-65 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that components of the EDS1 pathway direct the generation or stabilization of 2,3-DHBA, which as a potentially bioactive molecule is sequestered as a xylose conjugate. ..
  4. Shahriari M, Keshavaiah C, Scheuring D, Sabovljevic A, Pimpl P, Häusler R, et al. The AAA-type ATPase AtSKD1 contributes to vacuolar maintenance of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant J. 2010;64:71-85 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results suggest that AtSKD1 contributes to vacuolar protein trafficking and thereby to the maintenance of the large central vacuole of plant cells, and might play a role in cell-cycle regulation. ..
  5. Gehl C, Kaufholdt D, Hamisch D, Bikker R, Kudla J, Mendel R, et al. Quantitative analysis of dynamic protein-protein interactions in planta by a floated-leaf luciferase complementation imaging (FLuCI) assay using binary Gateway vectors. Plant J. 2011;67:542-53 pubmed publisher
  6. Kolmos E, Herrero E, Bujdoso N, Millar A, Toth R, Gyula P, et al. A reduced-function allele reveals that EARLY FLOWERING3 repressive action on the circadian clock is modulated by phytochrome signals in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2011;23:3230-46 pubmed publisher
    ..This is consistent with a dual function of ELF3 as both an integrator of phytochrome signals and a repressor component of the core oscillator. ..
  7. Tresch S, Heilmann M, Christiansen N, Looser R, Grossmann K. Inhibition of saturated very-long-chain fatty acid biosynthesis by mefluidide and perfluidone, selective inhibitors of 3-ketoacyl-CoA synthases. Phytochemistry. 2012;76:162-71 pubmed publisher
    ..This suggests that KCS enzymes in VLCFA synthesis are the primary herbicide target of mefluidide and perfluidone. ..
  8. Schleker S, Garcia Garcia J, Klein Seetharaman J, Oliva B. Prediction and comparison of Salmonella-human and Salmonella-Arabidopsis interactomes. Chem Biodivers. 2012;9:991-1018 pubmed publisher
    ..The interactions are available via a web interface at ..
  9. Matallana Ramirez L, Rauf M, Farage Barhom S, Dortay H, Xue G, Dröge Laser W, et al. NAC transcription factor ORE1 and senescence-induced BIFUNCTIONAL NUCLEASE1 (BFN1) constitute a regulatory cascade in Arabidopsis. Mol Plant. 2013;6:1438-52 pubmed publisher
    ..We also demonstrate binding of ORE1 in vivo to the promoters of two other senescence-associated genes, namely SAG29/SWEET15 and SINA1, supporting the central role of ORE1 during senescence. ..

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  1. Chang L, Ramireddy E, Schmülling T. Lateral root formation and growth of Arabidopsis is redundantly regulated by cytokinin metabolism and signalling genes. J Exp Bot. 2013;64:5021-32 pubmed publisher
    ..It is proposed that the multilevel redundancy of the cytokinin system in modulating LR formation reflects its role in mediating environmental cues. ..
  2. Effendi Y, Jones A, Scherer G. AUXIN-BINDING-PROTEIN1 (ABP1) in phytochrome-B-controlled responses. J Exp Bot. 2013;64:5065-74 pubmed publisher
    ..In tir1-1 and the phyA-211 mutants shade-induced gene expression was greatly attenuated. Thus, ABP1 directly or indirectly participates in auxin and light signalling. ..
  3. Hayama R, Sarid Krebs L, Richter R, Fernandez V, Jang S, Coupland G. PSEUDO RESPONSE REGULATORs stabilize CONSTANS protein to promote flowering in response to day length. EMBO J. 2017;36:904-918 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose an additional role for PRRs in which they act upon CO protein to promote flowering, directly coupling information on light exposure to the timekeeper and allowing recognition of LDs. ..
  4. Geiger D, Becker D, Lacombe B, Hedrich R. Outer pore residues control the H(+) and K(+) sensitivity of the Arabidopsis potassium channel AKT3. Plant Cell. 2002;14:1859-68 pubmed
    ..Both properties, H(+) and K(+) sensitivity, allow the fine-tuning of the phloem channel and thus seem to represent important elements in the control of membrane potential and sugar loading. ..
  5. Pesaresi P, Gardner N, Masiero S, Dietzmann A, Eichacker L, Wickner R, et al. Cytoplasmic N-terminal protein acetylation is required for efficient photosynthesis in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2003;15:1817-32 pubmed
    ..We suggest that N-acetylation of certain chloroplast precursor protein(s) is necessary for the efficient accumulation of the mature protein(s) in chloroplasts. ..
  6. Loque D, Ludewig U, Yuan L, von Wirén N. Tonoplast intrinsic proteins AtTIP2;1 and AtTIP2;3 facilitate NH3 transport into the vacuole. Plant Physiol. 2005;137:671-80 pubmed
    ..This study shows that AtTIP2;1 and AtTIP2;3 can mediate the extracytosolic transport of methyl-NH2 and NH3 across the tonoplast membrane and may thus participate in vacuolar ammonium compartmentation. ..
  7. Demidov D, Hesse S, Tewes A, Rutten T, Fuchs J, Ashtiyani R, et al. Aurora1 phosphorylation activity on histone H3 and its cross-talk with other post-translational histone modifications in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2009;59:221-30 pubmed
    ..Inactivation of AtAurora also caused lagging chromosomes in a number of anaphase cells, but, unlike the situation in mammalian cells, Hesperadin did not influence the microtubule dynamics in dividing cells. ..
  8. Schwenkert S, Netz D, Frazzon J, Pierik A, Bill E, Gross J, et al. Chloroplast HCF101 is a scaffold protein for [4Fe-4S] cluster assembly. Biochem J. 2009;425:207-14 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, our findings suggest that HCF101 may serve as a chloroplast scaffold protein that specifically assembles [4Fe-4S] clusters and transfers them to the chloroplast membrane and soluble target proteins. ..
  9. Prabhakar V, Löttgert T, Geimer S, Dormann P, Krüger S, Vijayakumar V, et al. Phosphoenolpyruvate provision to plastids is essential for gametophyte and sporophyte development in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell. 2010;22:2594-617 pubmed publisher
    ..ENO1 overexpression in cue1 rescued the leaf and root phenotypes, restored photosynthetic capacity, and improved seed yield and oil contents. In chloroplasts, ENO1 might be the only enzyme missing for a complete plastidic glycolysis. ..
  10. Guo Y, Fitz J, Schneeberger K, Ossowski S, Cao J, Weigel D. Genome-wide comparison of nucleotide-binding site-leucine-rich repeat-encoding genes in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2011;157:757-69 pubmed publisher
    ..Finally, in contrast to Drosophila, there is a clearly positive relationship between interspecific divergence and intraspecific polymorphisms. ..
  11. 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
    ..thaliana E region with or without the DYW domain. These findings suggest that the additional DYW domain does not disturb the MEF3 protein function in mitochondrial RNA editing in A. thaliana. ..
  12. Schmitz J, Schöttler M, Krueger S, Geimer S, Schneider A, Kleine T, et al. Defects in leaf carbohydrate metabolism compromise acclimation to high light and lead to a high chlorophyll fluorescence phenotype in Arabidopsis thaliana. BMC Plant Biol. 2012;12:8 pubmed publisher
    ..Hence carbohydrates may be considered as a novel component involved in chloroplast-to-nucleus retrograde signaling, an aspect that will be addressed in future studies. ..
  13. Yang F, Wang Q, Schmitz G, Muller D, Theres K. The bHLH protein ROX acts in concert with RAX1 and LAS to modulate axillary meristem formation in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2012;71:61-70 pubmed publisher
    ..During vegetative development, ROX expression is dependent on RAX1 and LAS activity, and all three genes act in concert to modulate axillary meristem formation. ..
  14. Lippold F, Vom Dorp K, Abraham M, Hölzl G, Wewer V, Yilmaz J, et al. Fatty acid phytyl ester synthesis in chloroplasts of Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2012;24:2001-14 pubmed publisher
  15. Begum T, Reuter R, Schöffl F. Overexpression of AtHsfB4 induces specific effects on root development of Arabidopsis. Mech Dev. 2013;130:54-60 pubmed publisher
    ..The mutant phenotypes of Hsf-OE plants are without precedence and indicate that class B-Hsfs may play an important role in root development. ..
  16. Possart A, Hiltbrunner A. An evolutionarily conserved signaling mechanism mediates far-red light responses in land plants. Plant Cell. 2013;25:102-14 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, other phytochromes in seed plants may have lost the capacity to mediate HIRs during evolution, rather than that PHYA acquired it...
  17. Krupnova T, Stierhof Y, Hiller U, Strompen G, Muller S. The microtubule-associated kinase-like protein RUNKEL functions in somatic and syncytial cytokinesis. Plant J. 2013;74:781-91 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, these observations support a common role for RUK in both phragmoplast-based cytokinesis in somatic cells and syncytial cytokinesis in reproductive cells. ..
  18. Zogaj X, Nimtz M, Rohde M, Bokranz W, Romling U. The multicellular morphotypes of Salmonella typhimurium and Escherichia coli produce cellulose as the second component of the extracellular matrix. Mol Microbiol. 2001;39:1452-63 pubmed
    ..As the production of cellulose would now appear to be a property widely distributed among bacteria, the function of the cellulose polymer in bacteria will have to be considered in a new light. ..
  19. Heese M, Gansel X, Sticher L, Wick P, Grebe M, Granier F, et al. Functional characterization of the KNOLLE-interacting t-SNARE AtSNAP33 and its role in plant cytokinesis. J Cell Biol. 2001;155:239-49 pubmed
  20. Klaus D, Härtel H, Fitzpatrick L, Froehlich J, Hubert J, Benning C, et al. Digalactosyldiacylglycerol synthesis in chloroplasts of the Arabidopsis dgd1 mutant. Plant Physiol. 2002;128:885-95 pubmed
  21. Buschmann H, Fabri C, Hauptmann M, Hutzler P, Laux T, Lloyd C, et al. Helical growth of the Arabidopsis mutant tortifolia1 reveals a plant-specific microtubule-associated protein. Curr Biol. 2004;14:1515-21 pubmed
    ..This shows that TOR1 is a novel, plant-specific microtubule-associated protein (MAP) that regulates the orientation of cortical microtubules and the direction of organ growth. ..
  22. Link M, Rausch T, Greiner S. In Arabidopsis thaliana, the invertase inhibitors AtC/VIF1 and 2 exhibit distinct target enzyme specificities and expression profiles. FEBS Lett. 2004;573:105-9 pubmed
    ..Growth of an AtC/VIF1 T-DNA KO mutant was unaffected, but VI activity and hexose content were slightly increased. ..
  23. Hurth M, Suh S, Kretzschmar T, Geis T, Bregante M, Gambale F, et al. Impaired pH homeostasis in Arabidopsis lacking the vacuolar dicarboxylate transporter and analysis of carboxylic acid transport across the tonoplast. Plant Physiol. 2005;137:901-10 pubmed
    ..In conclusion, these results show that Arabidopsis vacuoles contain at least two transporters and a channel for dicarboxylates and citrate and that the activity of AttDT is critical for regulation of pH homeostasis. ..
  24. Schaaf G, Schikora A, Häberle J, Vert G, Ludewig U, Briat J, et al. A putative function for the arabidopsis Fe-Phytosiderophore transporter homolog AtYSL2 in Fe and Zn homeostasis. Plant Cell Physiol. 2005;46:762-74 pubmed
    ..Taken together, our investigations support an involvement of AtYSL2 in Fe and Zn homeostasis, although functionality or substrate specificity are likely to differ between AtYSL2 and ZmYS1. ..
  25. Wisniewska J, Xu J, Seifertová D, Brewer P, Ruzicka K, Blilou I, et al. Polar PIN localization directs auxin flow in plants. Science. 2006;312:883 pubmed
    ..This finding provides a crucial piece in the puzzle of how auxin flow can be redirected via rapid changes in PIN polarity. ..
  26. Schuhegger R, Nafisi M, Mansourova M, Petersen B, Olsen C, Svatos A, et al. CYP71B15 (PAD3) catalyzes the final step in camalexin biosynthesis. Plant Physiol. 2006;141:1248-54 pubmed
    ..In conclusion, CYP71B15 catalyzes the final step in camalexin biosynthesis. ..
  27. Tischner R, Galli M, Heimer Y, Bielefeld S, Okamoto M, Mack A, et al. Interference with the citrulline-based nitric oxide synthase assay by argininosuccinate lyase activity in Arabidopsis extracts. FEBS J. 2007;274:4238-45 pubmed
    ..These results indicate that caution is needed when using standard citrulline-based assays to measure nitric oxide synthase activity in plant extracts, and highlight the importance of verifying the identity of the product as citrulline. ..
  28. Hayama R, Agashe B, Luley E, King R, Coupland G. A circadian rhythm set by dusk determines the expression of FT homologs and the short-day photoperiodic flowering response in Pharbitis. Plant Cell. 2007;19:2988-3000 pubmed publisher
  29. Wirthmueller L, Zhang Y, Jones J, Parker J. Nuclear accumulation of the Arabidopsis immune receptor RPS4 is necessary for triggering EDS1-dependent defense. Curr Biol. 2007;17:2023-9 pubmed
    ..We find that EDS1 is an indispensable component of RPS4 signaling and that it functions downstream of RPS4 activation but upstream of RPS4-mediated transcriptional reprogramming in the nucleus. ..
  30. van der Hoorn R. Plant proteases: from phenotypes to molecular mechanisms. Annu Rev Plant Biol. 2008;59:191-223 pubmed publisher
    ..Their substrates and activation mechanisms are elusive, however, and represent a challenging topic for further research. ..
  31. Zrenner R, Riegler H, Marquard C, Lange P, Geserick C, Bartosz C, et al. A functional analysis of the pyrimidine catabolic pathway in Arabidopsis. New Phytol. 2009;183:117-32 pubmed publisher
    ..The localization of PYD-green fluorescent protein fusions in the plastid (PYD1), secretory system (PYD2) and cytosol (PYD3) suggests potentially complex metabolic regulation. ..
  32. Drechsel G, Raab S, Hoth S. Arabidopsis zinc-finger protein 2 is a negative regulator of ABA signaling during seed germination. J Plant Physiol. 2010;167:1418-21 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results indicate that AZF2 is a negative regulator of ABA signaling in seeds. ..
  33. Yant L, Mathieu J, Dinh T, Ott F, Lanz C, Wollmann H, et al. Orchestration of the floral transition and floral development in Arabidopsis by the bifunctional transcription factor APETALA2. Plant Cell. 2010;22:2156-70 pubmed publisher
  34. Liu Y, Geyer R, van Zanten M, Carles A, Li Y, Hörold A, et al. Identification of the Arabidopsis REDUCED DORMANCY 2 gene uncovers a role for the polymerase associated factor 1 complex in seed dormancy. PLoS ONE. 2011;6:e22241 pubmed publisher
    ..Since mutants in PAF1C related factors are also described to be early flowering, we conclude that these components are involved in the regulation of both major developmental transitions in the plant. ..
  35. Türkeri H, Schweer J, Link G. Phylogenetic and functional features of the plastid transcription kinase cpCK2 from Arabidopsis signify a role of cysteinyl SH-groups in regulatory phosphorylation of plastid sigma factors. FEBS J. 2012;279:395-409 pubmed publisher
    ..For instance, while Cys4 but not Cys2 is essential for activity, the latter seems to be involved in the formation of intermolecular (regulatory) disulfide bonds. ..
  36. Naseem M, Philippi N, Hussain A, Wangorsch G, Ahmed N, Dandekar T. Integrated systems view on networking by hormones in Arabidopsis immunity reveals multiple crosstalk for cytokinin. Plant Cell. 2012;24:1793-814 pubmed publisher
    ..Our dynamic simulation is instrumental in predicting system effects of individual components in complex hormone disease networks and synergism or antagonism between pathways. ..
  37. Albert M, Jehle A, Fürst U, Chinchilla D, Boller T, Felix G. A two-hybrid-receptor assay demonstrates heteromer formation as switch-on for plant immune receptors. Plant Physiol. 2013;163:1504-9 pubmed publisher
  38. Richter A, Wang P, Grimm B. Arabidopsis Mg-Protoporphyrin IX Methyltransferase Activity and Redox Regulation Depend on Conserved Cysteines. Plant Cell Physiol. 2016;57:519-27 pubmed publisher
    ..These studies contribute to enhanced understanding of the physiological and enzymatic significance of redox-regulated CHLM. ..
  39. Steinborn K, Maulbetsch C, Priester B, Trautmann S, Pacher T, Geiges B, et al. The Arabidopsis PILZ group genes encode tubulin-folding cofactor orthologs required for cell division but not cell growth. Genes Dev. 2002;16:959-71 pubmed
  40. Greb T, Clarenz O, Schafer E, Muller D, Herrero R, Schmitz G, et al. Molecular analysis of the LATERAL SUPPRESSOR gene in Arabidopsis reveals a conserved control mechanism for axillary meristem formation. Genes Dev. 2003;17:1175-87 pubmed
    ..The results are discussed in the context of the "detached meristem" and the "de novo formation" concepts of axillary meristem formation. ..
  41. Schmidt A, Su Y, Kunze R, Warner S, Hewitt M, Slocum R, et al. UPS1 and UPS2 from Arabidopsis mediate high affinity transport of uracil and 5-fluorouracil. J Biol Chem. 2004;279:44817-24 pubmed
  42. Jakoby M, Wang H, Reidt W, Weisshaar B, Bauer P. FRU (BHLH029) is required for induction of iron mobilization genes in Arabidopsis thaliana. FEBS Lett. 2004;577:528-34 pubmed
    ..Thus, the FRU gene is a mediator in induction of iron mobilization responses in Arabidopsis, indicating that regulation of iron uptake is conserved in dicot species. ..
  43. Krause K, Kilbienski I, Mulisch M, Rödiger A, Schäfer A, Krupinska K. DNA-binding proteins of the Whirly family in Arabidopsis thaliana are targeted to the organelles. FEBS Lett. 2005;579:3707-12 pubmed
    ..The possession of organellar targeting sequences seems to be conserved among Why proteins of higher plant species, including potato p24. ..
  44. Piotrowski M, Volmer J. Cyanide metabolism in higher plants: cyanoalanine hydratase is a NIT4 homolog. Plant Mol Biol. 2006;61:111-22 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together these data show that the so-called 'cyanoalanine hydratase' of plants is not a bacterial type nitrile hydratase enzyme but a nitrilase enzyme which can have a remarkably high nitrile-hydratase activity...
  45. Deng X, Phillips J, Bräutigam A, Engström P, Johannesson H, Ouwerkerk P, et al. A homeodomain leucine zipper gene from Craterostigma plantagineum regulates abscisic acid responsive gene expression and physiological responses. Plant Mol Biol. 2006;61:469-89 pubmed
    ..CpHB-7 gene expression is also linked to early organ development, leading to the suggestion that CpHB-7 is functionally similar to the Arabidopsis transcription factor, ATHB-6...
  46. Wenkel S, Turck F, Singer K, Gissot L, Le Gourrierec J, Samach A, et al. CONSTANS and the CCAAT box binding complex share a functionally important domain and interact to regulate flowering of Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2006;18:2971-84 pubmed
    ..During plant evolution, the number of genes encoding HAP proteins was greatly amplified, and these proteins may have acquired novel functions, such as mediating the effect of CCT domain proteins on gene expression. ..
  47. Balsera M, Stengel A, Soll J, Bölter B. Tic62: a protein family from metabolism to protein translocation. BMC Evol Biol. 2007;7:43 pubmed
    ..The presence of the FNR-binding domain in vascular plants might be essential for the function of the protein as a Tic component and/or for its regulation. ..
  48. Burow M, Zhang Z, Ober J, Lambrix V, Wittstock U, Gershenzon J, et al. ESP and ESM1 mediate indol-3-acetonitrile production from indol-3-ylmethyl glucosinolate in Arabidopsis. Phytochemistry. 2008;69:663-71 pubmed
  49. Ranf S, Wünnenberg P, Lee J, Becker D, Dunkel M, Hedrich R, et al. Loss of the vacuolar cation channel, AtTPC1, does not impair Ca2+ signals induced by abiotic and biotic stresses. Plant J. 2008;53:287-99 pubmed
  50. Tun N, Livaja M, Kieber J, Scherer G. Zeatin-induced nitric oxide (NO) biosynthesis in Arabidopsis thaliana mutants of NO biosynthesis and of two-component signaling genes. New Phytol. 2008;178:515-31 pubmed publisher
    ..Because aberrant NO biosynthesis correlated with aberrant morphological responses to zeatin the hypothesis was put forward that NO is an intermediate in cytokinin signaling. ..
  51. Sulpice R, Trenkamp S, Steinfath M, Usadel B, Gibon Y, Witucka Wall H, et al. Network analysis of enzyme activities and metabolite levels and their relationship to biomass in a large panel of Arabidopsis accessions. Plant Cell. 2010;22:2872-93 pubmed publisher
    ..The correlation is additive to that obtained between starch and biomass. Thus, biomass is predicted by two independent integrative metabolic biomarkers: preferential investment in photosynthetic machinery and optimization of carbon use. ..
  52. Albani M, Coupland G. Comparative analysis of flowering in annual and perennial plants. Curr Top Dev Biol. 2010;91:323-48 pubmed publisher
    ..Here we review the events that occur in the meristem of A. thaliana during the floral transition and compare these with our understanding of flowering in perennial systems. ..
  53. Salome P, Weigel D, McClung C. The role of the Arabidopsis morning loop components CCA1, LHY, PRR7, and PRR9 in temperature compensation. Plant Cell. 2010;22:3650-61 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, our results reveal a role of PRR7 and PRR9 in regulating CCA1 and LHY activities in response to ambient temperature. ..
  54. May A, Berger S, Hertel T, Köck M. The Arabidopsis thaliana phosphate starvation responsive gene AtPPsPase1 encodes a novel type of inorganic pyrophosphatase. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2011;1810:178-85 pubmed publisher
    ..The enzyme function could be used to discover unknown aspects of pyrophosphate metabolism in general. ..
  55. Voegele A, Linkies A, Muller K, Leubner Metzger G. Members of the gibberellin receptor gene family GID1 (GIBBERELLIN INSENSITIVE DWARF1) play distinct roles during Lepidium sativum and Arabidopsis thaliana seed germination. J Exp Bot. 2011;62:5131-47 pubmed publisher
    ..The GID1ac and GID1b pathways seem to fulfil distinct regulatory roles during Brassicaceae seed germination and seem to control their downstream targets distinctly...
  56. Gossmann T, Schmid K. Selection-driven divergence after gene duplication in Arabidopsis thaliana. J Mol Evol. 2011;73:153-65 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, these results show that selection after duplication contributes substantially to gene novelties and hence functional divergence in plants. ..
  57. Rudolf M, Machettira A, Groß L, Weber K, Bolte K, Bionda T, et al. In vivo function of Tic22, a protein import component of the intermembrane space of chloroplasts. Mol Plant. 2013;6:817-29 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, our results support the notion that Tic22 is directly involved in chloroplast preprotein import and might point to a particular importance of Tic22 in chloroplast biogenesis at times of high import rates. ..
  58. Willige B, Ahlers S, Zourelidou M, Barbosa I, Demarsy E, Trevisan M, et al. D6PK AGCVIII kinases are required for auxin transport and phototropic hypocotyl bending in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2013;25:1674-88 pubmed publisher
    ..Based on our data, we propose that D6PK-dependent PIN regulation promotes auxin transport and that auxin transport in the hypocotyl is a prerequisite for phot1-dependent hypocotyl bending. ..
  59. Hardtke C, Berleth T. The Arabidopsis gene MONOPTEROS encodes a transcription factor mediating embryo axis formation and vascular development. EMBO J. 1998;17:1405-11 pubmed
    ..These observations suggest that the MP gene has an early function in the establishment of vascular and body patterns in embryonic and post-embryonic development. ..
  60. Stegh A, Schickling O, Ehret A, Scaffidi C, Peterhansel C, Hofmann T, et al. DEDD, a novel death effector domain-containing protein, targeted to the nucleolus. EMBO J. 1998;17:5974-86 pubmed
    ..The results suggest that DEDD is a final target of a chain of events by which the CD95-induced apoptotic signal is transferred into the nucleolus to shut off cellular biosynthetic activities. ..
  61. Happel N, Honing S, Neuhaus J, Paris N, Robinson D, Holstein S. Arabidopsis mu A-adaptin interacts with the tyrosine motif of the vacuolar sorting receptor VSR-PS1. Plant J. 2004;37:678-93 pubmed
    ..The trans-Golgi localization of the mu A-adaptin strongly suggests its involvement in Golgi- to vacuole-trafficking events. ..
  62. Bari R, Kebeish R, Kalamajka R, Rademacher T, Peterhansel C. A glycolate dehydrogenase in the mitochondria of Arabidopsis thaliana. J Exp Bot. 2004;55:623-30 pubmed
    ..Based on these results it is proposed that the basic photorespiratory system of algae is conserved in higher plants. ..
  63. Kirik V, Simon M, Huelskamp M, Schiefelbein J. The ENHANCER OF TRY AND CPC1 gene acts redundantly with TRIPTYCHON and CAPRICE in trichome and root hair cell patterning in Arabidopsis. Dev Biol. 2004;268:506-13 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that ETC1, TRY, and CPC act in concert to repress the trichome cell fate in the shoot epidermis and the non-hair cell fate in the root epidermis. ..
  64. Demidov D, Van Damme D, Geelen D, Blattner F, Houben A. Identification and dynamics of two classes of aurora-like kinases in Arabidopsis and other plants. Plant Cell. 2005;17:836-48 pubmed
  65. Gerdes L, Bals T, Klostermann E, Karl M, Philippar K, Hünken M, et al. A second thylakoid membrane-localized Alb3/OxaI/YidC homologue is involved in proper chloroplast biogenesis in Arabidopsis thaliana. J Biol Chem. 2006;281:16632-42 pubmed
    ..These data indicate that Alb4 is required for proper chloroplast biogenesis. ..
  66. Bieniawska Z, Paul Barratt D, Garlick A, Thole V, Kruger N, Martin C, et al. Analysis of the sucrose synthase gene family in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2007;49:810-28 pubmed
    ..Thus under well-aerated conditions sucrose mobilization in the root can proceed almost entirely via invertases without obvious detriment to the plant, but under hypoxia there is a specific requirement for sucrose synthase activity. ..
  67. Textor S, de Kraker J, Hause B, Gershenzon J, Tokuhisa J. MAM3 catalyzes the formation of all aliphatic glucosinolate chain lengths in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2007;144:60-71 pubmed
    ..The localization of MAM3 in the chloroplast suggests that this organelle is the site of Met chain elongation. ..
  68. Ding Z, Millar A, Davis A, Davis S. TIME FOR COFFEE encodes a nuclear regulator in the Arabidopsis thaliana circadian clock. Plant Cell. 2007;19:1522-36 pubmed
    ..Neither its abundance nor its cellular distribution was found to be clock regulated. We suggest that TIC encodes a nucleus-acting clock regulator working close to the central oscillator. ..
  69. Ay N, Irmler K, Fischer A, Uhlemann R, Reuter G, Humbeck K. Epigenetic programming via histone methylation at WRKY53 controls leaf senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant J. 2009;58:333-46 pubmed publisher
    ..Furthermore, SUVH2 overexpression inhibits senescence-associated global changes in chromatin organization. Our data suggest that complex epigenetic processes control the senescence-specific gene expression pattern. ..
  70. Wang R, Farrona S, Vincent C, Joecker A, Schoof H, Turck F, et al. PEP1 regulates perennial flowering in Arabis alpina. Nature. 2009;459:423-7 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus we describe a critical mechanism by which flowering regulation differs between related perennial and annual species, and propose that differences in chromatin regulation contribute to this variation...
  71. Shahriari M, Hulskamp M, Schellmann S. Seeds of Arabidopsis plants expressing dominant-negative AtSKD1 under control of the GL2 promoter show a transparent testa phenotype and a mucilage defect. Plant Signal Behav. 2010;5:1308-10 pubmed publisher
    ..The seeds display a transparent testa phenotype caused by a lack of proanthocyanidin (PA) and do not possess seed coat mucilage. Both phenotypes could be connected by cell death induced by the overexpression of dominant-negative AtSKD1. ..
  72. Fettke J, Nunes Nesi A, Fernie A, Steup M. Identification of a novel heteroglycan-interacting protein, HIP 1.3, from Arabidopsis thaliana. J Plant Physiol. 2011;168:1415-25 pubmed publisher
    ..Although the biochemical function of HIP1.3 has not yet been elucidated, it is likely to possess an important function in the central carbon metabolism of higher plants. ..
  73. Maier F, Zwicker S, Hückelhoven A, Meissner M, Funk J, Pfitzner A, et al. NONEXPRESSOR OF PATHOGENESIS-RELATED PROTEINS1 (NPR1) and some NPR1-related proteins are sensitive to salicylic acid. Mol Plant Pathol. 2011;12:73-91 pubmed publisher
    ..The sensitivity of NPR1 proteins to SA, together with their differential interaction with diverse NIMIN proteins, seems a plausible molecular basis for the timely and coordinated activation of PR genes during SAR. ..
  74. Bartrina I, Otto E, Strnad M, Werner T, Schmülling T. Cytokinin regulates the activity of reproductive meristems, flower organ size, ovule formation, and thus seed yield in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell. 2011;23:69-80 pubmed publisher
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