Experts and Doctors on arabidopsis proteins in Switzerland


Locale: Switzerland
Topic: arabidopsis proteins

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  1. Oliva M, Dunand C. Waving and skewing: how gravity and the surface of growth media affect root development in Arabidopsis. New Phytol. 2007;176:37-43 pubmed
    ..The recent discovery of an active role of ethylene on surface-dependent root behaviour, and the finding of new mutants showing anomalous growth, pave the way for a more detailed description of these phenomena. ..
  2. 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. ..
  3. Stefanovic A, Ribot C, Rouached H, Wang Y, Chong J, Belbahri L, et al. Members of the PHO1 gene family show limited functional redundancy in phosphate transfer to the shoot, and are regulated by phosphate deficiency via distinct pathways. Plant J. 2007;50:982-94 pubmed
  4. 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. ..
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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. ..
  8. Exner V, Gruissem W, Hennig L. Control of trichome branching by chromatin assembly factor-1. BMC Plant Biol. 2008;8:54 pubmed publisher
    ..Finally, CAF-1 is also needed for the high degree of endoreduplication in kaktus mutants and thus for the realization of kaktus' extreme overbranching phenotype. ..
  9. Lorrain S, Trevisan M, Pradervand S, Fankhauser C. Phytochrome interacting factors 4 and 5 redundantly limit seedling de-etiolation in continuous far-red light. Plant J. 2009;60:449-61 pubmed publisher
    ..Our genetic analysis suggests that this is achieved through sequestration of these PIFs by the closely related bHLH transcription factor HFR1 (long hypocotyl in FR light). ..

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  1. Kessler F. Plant science. Chloroplast delivery by UPS. Science. 2012;338:622-3 pubmed publisher
  2. Leroy O, Hennig L, Breuninger H, Laux T, Kohler C. Polycomb group proteins function in the female gametophyte to determine seed development in plants. Development. 2007;134:3639-48 pubmed
    ..Thus, FIS-mediated expression patterns established in the female gametophyte can impact on seed development, establishing fis mutants as true female gametophytic maternal-effect mutants. ..
  3. Kohler C, Page D, Gagliardini V, Grossniklaus U. The Arabidopsis thaliana MEDEA Polycomb group protein controls expression of PHERES1 by parental imprinting. Nat Genet. 2005;37:28-30 pubmed
    ..Because Polycomb group proteins control parental imprinting in mammals as well, the independent recruitment of similar protein machineries for the imprinting of genes is a notable example of convergent evolution. ..
  4. Bouchard R, Bailly A, Blakeslee J, Oehring S, Vincenzetti V, Lee O, et al. Immunophilin-like TWISTED DWARF1 modulates auxin efflux activities of Arabidopsis P-glycoproteins. J Biol Chem. 2006;281:30603-12 pubmed
    ..Our data suggest a novel mode of PGP regulation via FK506-binding protein-like immunophilins, implicating possible alternative strategies to overcome multidrug resistance. ..
  5. Beuchat J, Scacchi E, Tarkowska D, Ragni L, Strnad M, Hardtke C. BRX promotes Arabidopsis shoot growth. New Phytol. 2010;188:23-9 pubmed publisher
    ..In summary, our results demonstrate a ubiquitous, although quantitatively variable role of BRX in modulating the growth rate in both the root and shoot. ..
  6. 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
  7. 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. ..
  8. Breuillaud L, Rossetti C, Meylan E, Mérinat C, Halfon O, Magistretti P, et al. Deletion of CREB-regulated transcription coactivator 1 induces pathological aggression, depression-related behaviors, and neuroplasticity genes dysregulation in mice. Biol Psychiatry. 2012;72:528-36 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, these findings support a role for the CRTC1-CREB pathway in mood disorders etiology and behavioral response to antidepressants and identify CRTC1 as an essential coactivator of genes involved in mood regulation. ..
  9. Kovermann P, Meyer S, Hortensteiner S, Picco C, Scholz Starke J, Ravera S, et al. The Arabidopsis vacuolar malate channel is a member of the ALMT family. Plant J. 2007;52:1169-80 pubmed
  10. Hennig L, Derkacheva M. Diversity of Polycomb group complexes in plants: same rules, different players?. Trends Genet. 2009;25:414-23 pubmed publisher
    ..A picture is emerging in which the general mechanisms of PcG protein function are well conserved between animals and plants, but in which individual players have been exchanged during evolution. ..
  11. Scacchi E, Salinas P, Gujas B, Santuari L, Krogan N, Ragni L, et al. Spatio-temporal sequence of cross-regulatory events in root meristem growth. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010;107:22734-9 pubmed publisher
    ..The complex equilibrium of this regulatory module might represent a universal switch in the transition toward differentiation in various developmental contexts...
  12. Hersch M, Lorrain S, de Wit M, Trevisan M, Ljung K, Bergmann S, et al. Light intensity modulates the regulatory network of the shade avoidance response in Arabidopsis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2014;111:6515-20 pubmed publisher
    ..Our data suggest that this latter signal is less robust, which may reflect a cost-to-robustness tradeoff, a system trait long recognized by engineers and forming the basis of information theory. ..
  13. Kutter C, Schöb H, Stadler M, Meins F, Si Ammour A. MicroRNA-mediated regulation of stomatal development in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2007;19:2417-29 pubmed
    ..These findings and the nonoverlapping patterns of AGL16 mRNA and miR824 localization led us to propose that the miR824/AGL16 pathway functions in the satellite meristemoid lineage of stomatal development. ..
  14. Kessler S, Shimosato Asano H, Keinath N, Wuest S, Ingram G, Panstruga R, et al. Conserved molecular components for pollen tube reception and fungal invasion. Science. 2010;330:968-71 pubmed publisher
    ..Homozygous fer mutants also display PM resistance, revealing a new function for FER and suggesting that conserved components, such as FER and distinct MLO proteins, are involved in both PT reception and PM infection. ..
  15. Heijde M, Binkert M, Yin R, Ares Orpel F, Rizzini L, Van De Slijke E, et al. Constitutively active UVR8 photoreceptor variant in Arabidopsis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013;110:20326-31 pubmed publisher
    ..We conclude that UVR8(W285A) is a constitutively active UVR8 photoreceptor variant in Arabidopsis, as is consistent with the crucial importance of monomer formation and COP1 binding for UVR8 activity. ..
  16. 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. ..
  17. Endler A, Meyer S, Schelbert S, Schneider T, Weschke W, Peters S, et al. Identification of a vacuolar sucrose transporter in barley and Arabidopsis mesophyll cells by a tonoplast proteomic approach. Plant Physiol. 2006;141:196-207 pubmed
  18. Rouached H, Secco D, Arpat A. Getting the most sulfate from soil: Regulation of sulfate uptake transporters in Arabidopsis. J Plant Physiol. 2009;166:893-902 pubmed publisher
    ..Such progress is important to enable biotechnological and agronomic strategies aimed at enhancing sulfate uptake and improving crop yield in S-deficient soils. ..
  19. 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'. ..
  20. Guenot B, Bayer E, Kierzkowski D, Smith R, Mandel T, Zádníková P, et al. Pin1-independent leaf initiation in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2012;159:1501-10 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, phyllotaxis appears to be more complex than suggested by current mechanistic models. ..
  21. Chevalier D, Batoux M, Fulton L, Pfister K, Yadav R, Schellenberg M, et al. STRUBBELIG defines a receptor kinase-mediated signaling pathway regulating organ development in Arabidopsis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2005;102:9074-9 pubmed
    ..These genetic data also indicate that SUB carries a catalytically inactive kinase domain. The SUB receptor-like kinase may therefore signal in an atypical fashion. ..
  22. Mirouze M, Reinders J, Bucher E, Nishimura T, Schneeberger K, Ossowski S, et al. Selective epigenetic control of retrotransposition in Arabidopsis. Nature. 2009;461:427-30 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results demonstrate that epigenetic control of retrotransposons extends beyond transcriptional suppression and can be individualized for particular elements. ..
  23. Schauer S, Schlüter P, Baskar R, Gheyselinck J, Bolaños A, Curtis M, et al. Intronic regulatory elements determine the divergent expression patterns of AGAMOUS-LIKE6 subfamily members in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2009;59:987-1000 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, these results suggest that AGL6 and AGL13 show signs of subfunctionalization, with divergent expression patterns, regulatory sequences and possibly functions. ..
  24. 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. ..
  25. Molinier J, Ramos C, Fritsch O, Hohn B. CENTRIN2 modulates homologous recombination and nucleotide excision repair in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2004;16:1633-43 pubmed
    ..These findings thus point to a novel interconnection between an early step of NER and homologous recombination, which may play a critical role in plant DNA repair. ..
  26. Pruzinska A, Tanner G, Aubry S, Anders I, Moser S, Muller T, et al. Chlorophyll breakdown in senescent Arabidopsis leaves. Characterization of chlorophyll catabolites and of chlorophyll catabolic enzymes involved in the degreening reaction. Plant Physiol. 2005;139:52-63 pubmed
    ..In the dark, pao1 exhibited a stay-green phenotype. The key role of PAO in chl breakdown is discussed. ..
  27. Glauser G, Dubugnon L, Mousavi S, Rudaz S, Wolfender J, Farmer E. Velocity estimates for signal propagation leading to systemic jasmonic acid accumulation in wounded Arabidopsis. J Biol Chem. 2009;284:34506-13 pubmed publisher
    ..The major roles of LOX2 are to generate arabidopsides and the large levels of JA that accumulate proximal to the wound. LOX2 is not essential for some of the most rapid events elicited by wounding. ..
  28. Cosio C, Dunand C. Transcriptome analysis of various flower and silique development stages indicates a set of class III peroxidase genes potentially involved in pod shattering in Arabidopsis thaliana. BMC Genomics. 2010;11:528 pubmed publisher
    ..The approach used in this study highlights key individual genes that merit further investigation. ..
  29. 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. ..
  30. Agne B, Andres C, Montandon C, Christ B, Ertan A, Jung F, et al. The acidic A-domain of Arabidopsis TOC159 occurs as a hyperphosphorylated protein. Plant Physiol. 2010;153:1016-30 pubmed publisher
    ..However, the physiological relevance of this process is unclear. The data show that the A-domain of Toc159 as well as those of its homologs Toc132 and Toc120 are targets of a casein kinase 2-like activity. ..
  31. 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. ..
  32. Johnston A, Matveeva E, Kirioukhova O, Grossniklaus U, Gruissem W. A dynamic reciprocal RBR-PRC2 regulatory circuit controls Arabidopsis gametophyte development. Curr Biol. 2008;18:1680-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Surprisingly, PRC2-specific H3K27-trimethylation activity represses paternal RBR allele, suggesting a functional role for a dynamic and reciprocal RBR-PRC2 regulatory circuit in cellular differentiation and reproductive development. ..
  33. Hunt E, Gattolin S, Newbury H, Bale J, Tseng H, Barrett D, et al. A mutation in amino acid permease AAP6 reduces the amino acid content of the Arabidopsis sieve elements but leaves aphid herbivores unaffected. J Exp Bot. 2010;61:55-64 pubmed publisher
    ..The data are discussed in relation to the regulation of phloem composition and the role of phloem amino acids in regulating aphid performance. ..
  34. Dietrich D, Hammes U, Thor K, Suter Grotemeyer M, Fluckiger R, Slusarenko A, et al. AtPTR1, a plasma membrane peptide transporter expressed during seed germination and in vascular tissue of Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2004;40:488-99 pubmed
  35. Tambasco Studart M, Titiz O, Raschle T, Forster G, Amrhein N, Fitzpatrick T. Vitamin B6 biosynthesis in higher plants. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2005;102:13687-92 pubmed
    ..Furthermore, and contrary to what was inferred previously, we show that the pathway appears to be cytosolic and is not localized to the plastid. Last, we report that the single PDX2 homolog is essential for plant viability. ..
  36. Zipfel C, Kunze G, Chinchilla D, Caniard A, Jones J, Boller T, et al. Perception of the bacterial PAMP EF-Tu by the receptor EFR restricts Agrobacterium-mediated transformation. Cell. 2006;125:749-60 pubmed
    ..These results demonstrate that EFR is the EF-Tu receptor and that plant defense responses induced by PAMPs such as EF-Tu reduce transformation by Agrobacterium. ..
  37. González Besteiro M, Ulm R. Phosphorylation and stabilization of Arabidopsis MAP kinase phosphatase 1 in response to UV-B stress. J Biol Chem. 2013;288:480-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Stress-responsive phosphorylation and stabilization of MKP1 demonstrate the post-translational regulation of a plant MKP in vivo, adding an additional regulatory layer to MAP kinase signaling in plants. ..
  38. Mehdi S, Derkacheva M, Ramström M, Kralemann L, Bergquist J, Hennig L. The WD40 Domain Protein MSI1 Functions in a Histone Deacetylase Complex to Fine-Tune Abscisic Acid Signaling. Plant Cell. 2016;28:42-54 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, our results reveal the presence of an MSI1-HDA19 complex that fine-tunes ABA signaling in Arabidopsis. ..
  39. 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. ..
  40. 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. ..
  41. Baumberger N, Steiner M, Ryser U, Keller B, Ringli C. Synergistic interaction of the two paralogous Arabidopsis genes LRX1 and LRX2 in cell wall formation during root hair development. Plant J. 2003;35:71-81 pubmed
    ..Our results indicate that LRX1 and LRX2 have overlapping functions in root hair formation, and that they likely regulate cell morphogenesis by promoting proper development of the cell wall. ..
  42. Pruzinsk A, Anders I, Aubry S, Schenk N, Tapernoux L thi E, M ller T, et al. In vivo participation of red chlorophyll catabolite reductase in chlorophyll breakdown. Plant Cell. 2007;19:369-87 pubmed publisher
    ..We conclude that RCCR (together with PAO) is required for the detoxification of chlorophyll catabolites and discuss the biochemical role(s) for this enzyme...
  43. 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. ..
  44. 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. ..
  45. Ngo Q, Baroux C, Guthörl D, Mozerov P, Collinge M, Sundaresan V, et al. The Armadillo repeat gene ZAK IXIK promotes Arabidopsis early embryo and endosperm development through a distinctive gametophytic maternal effect. Plant Cell. 2012;24:4026-43 pubmed publisher
  46. Ulm R, Revenkova E, Di Sansebastiano G, Bechtold N, Paszkowski J. Mitogen-activated protein kinase phosphatase is required for genotoxic stress relief in Arabidopsis. Genes Dev. 2001;15:699-709 pubmed
  47. Kohler C, Hennig L, Bouveret R, Gheyselinck J, Grossniklaus U, Gruissem W. Arabidopsis MSI1 is a component of the MEA/FIE Polycomb group complex and required for seed development. EMBO J. 2003;22:4804-14 pubmed
    ..Our results establish that MSI1 has an essential function in the correct initiation and progression of seed development. ..
  48. Kim C, Apel K. Substrate-dependent and organ-specific chloroplast protein import in planta. Plant Cell. 2004;16:88-98 pubmed
  49. Wagner D, Przybyla D, Op den Camp R, Kim C, Landgraf F, Lee K, et al. The genetic basis of singlet oxygen-induced stress responses of Arabidopsis thaliana. Science. 2004;306:1183-5 pubmed
    ..Instead, seedling lethality and growth inhibition of mature plants result from genetic programs that are activated after the release of singlet oxygen has been perceived by the plant. ..
  50. Brukhin V, Gheyselinck J, Gagliardini V, Genschik P, Grossniklaus U. The RPN1 subunit of the 26S proteasome in Arabidopsis is essential for embryogenesis. Plant Cell. 2005;17:2723-37 pubmed
    ..Overall, our data indicate that RPN1 activity is essential during embryogenesis, where it might participate in the destruction of a specific set of protein substrates. ..
  51. Geisler M, Blakeslee J, Bouchard R, Lee O, Vincenzetti V, Bandyopadhyay A, et al. Cellular efflux of auxin catalyzed by the Arabidopsis MDR/PGP transporter AtPGP1. Plant J. 2005;44:179-94 pubmed
  52. Baroux C, Gagliardini V, Page D, Grossniklaus U. Dynamic regulatory interactions of Polycomb group genes: MEDEA autoregulation is required for imprinted gene expression in Arabidopsis. Genes Dev. 2006;20:1081-6 pubmed
    ..A complex network of cross-regulatory interactions among the other known members of the MEA-FIE PcG complex implies distinct functions that are dynamically regulated during reproduction. ..
  53. Schonrock N, Bouveret R, Leroy O, Borghi L, Kohler C, Gruissem W, et al. Polycomb-group proteins repress the floral activator AGL19 in the FLC-independent vernalization pathway. Genes Dev. 2006;20:1667-78 pubmed
    ..In this pathway, prolonged cold relieves AGL19 from PcG repression by a mechanism that requires VIN3 but not VRN2. Elevated AGL19 levels activate LFY and AP1 and eventually cause flowering. ..
  54. Hunt E, Pritchard J, Bennett M, Zhu X, Barrett D, Allen T, et al. The Arabidopsis thaliana/Myzus persicae model system demonstrates that a single gene can influence the interaction between a plant and a sap-feeding insect. Mol Ecol. 2006;15:4203-13 pubmed
    ..The results show that, under experimental conditions, this model system can be used to identify plant genes that control the behaviour and fecundity of an insect pest. ..
  55. Yan Y, Stolz S, Chételat A, Reymond P, Pagni M, Dubugnon L, et al. A downstream mediator in the growth repression limb of the jasmonate pathway. Plant Cell. 2007;19:2470-83 pubmed
    ..Both forms of JAS1 were found to localize to the nucleus in transient expression assays. Physiological tests of growth responses after wounding were consistent with the fact that JAS1 is a repressor of JA-regulated growth retardation. ..
  56. Frelet Barrand A, Kolukisaoglu H, Plaza S, Rüffer M, Azevedo L, Hortensteiner S, et al. Comparative mutant analysis of Arabidopsis ABCC-type ABC transporters: AtMRP2 contributes to detoxification, vacuolar organic anion transport and chlorophyll degradation. Plant Cell Physiol. 2008;49:557-69 pubmed publisher
    ..Vacuolar uptake studies demonstrated that transport of typical MRP substrates was reduced in atmrp2. We conclude that within clade I, only AtMRP2 contributes significantly to overall organic anion pump activity in vivo...
  57. Rouached H, Stefanovic A, Secco D, Bulak Arpat A, Gout E, Bligny R, et al. Uncoupling phosphate deficiency from its major effects on growth and transcriptome via PHO1 expression in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2011;65:557-70 pubmed publisher
    ..These data also show that reduced shoot growth is not a direct consequence of Pi deficiency, but is more likely to be a result of extensive gene expression reprogramming triggered by Pi deficiency. ..
  58. Hehenberger E, Kradolfer D, Kohler C. Endosperm cellularization defines an important developmental transition for embryo development. Development. 2012;139:2031-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Finally, we demonstrate that AGL62 is a direct target gene of FIS Polycomb group repressive complex 2 (PRC2), establishing the molecular basis for FIS PRC2-mediated endosperm cellularization. ..
  59. 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. ..
  60. 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
  61. 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. ..
  62. 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
  63. Zanella M, Borghi G, Pirone C, Thalmann M, Pazmino D, Costa A, et al. β-amylase 1 (BAM1) degrades transitory starch to sustain proline biosynthesis during drought stress. J Exp Bot. 2016;67:1819-26 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose the transitory-starch/proline interplay as an interesting trait to be tackled by breeding technologies aimingto improve drought tolerance in relevant crops. ..
  64. Capelli N, Diogon T, Greppin H, Simon P. Isolation and characterization of a cDNA clone encoding an osmotin-like protein from Arabidopsis thaliana. Gene. 1997;191:51-6 pubmed
    ..Genomic hybridization suggests that the cDNA obtained here corresponds to a single copy gene, and RNA blot analysis showed that the level of expression is highest in old leaves. ..
  65. 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. ..
  66. Geisler M, Murphy A. The ABC of auxin transport: the role of p-glycoproteins in plant development. FEBS Lett. 2006;580:1094-102 pubmed
    ..Current models on the physiological role of PGPs, their functional interaction and their involvement in cell-to cell (polar) auxin transport are discussed...
  67. 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
  68. Mouchel C, Osmont K, Hardtke C. BRX mediates feedback between brassinosteroid levels and auxin signalling in root growth. Nature. 2006;443:458-61 pubmed
    ..BRX expression is strongly induced by auxin and mildly repressed by brassinolide, which means that BRX acts at the nexus of a feedback loop that maintains threshold brassinosteroid levels to permit optimal auxin action. ..
  69. 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. ..
  70. Przybyla D, Gobel C, Imboden A, Hamberg M, Feussner I, Apel K. Enzymatic, but not non-enzymatic, 1O2-mediated peroxidation of polyunsaturated fatty acids forms part of the EXECUTER1-dependent stress response program in the flu mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant J. 2008;54:236-48 pubmed publisher
  71. Pien S, Fleury D, Mylne J, Crevillen P, Inze D, Avramova Z, et al. ARABIDOPSIS TRITHORAX1 dynamically regulates FLOWERING LOCUS C activation via histone 3 lysine 4 trimethylation. Plant Cell. 2008;20:580-8 pubmed publisher
    ..This dynamic process stands in contrast with the stable maintenance of homeotic gene expression mediated by trithorax group proteins in animals but resembles the dynamics of plant Polycomb group function. ..
  72. 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. ..
  73. Nagy R, Grob H, Weder B, Green P, Klein M, Frelet Barrand A, et al. The Arabidopsis ATP-binding cassette protein AtMRP5/AtABCC5 is a high affinity inositol hexakisphosphate transporter involved in guard cell signaling and phytate storage. J Biol Chem. 2009;284:33614-22 pubmed publisher
    ..Our findings highlight a novel function of plant ABC transporters that may be relevant to other kingdoms. They also extend the signaling repertoire of this ubiquitous inositol polyphosphate signaling molecule. ..
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