Experts and Doctors on arabidopsis proteins in United States

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Locale: United States
Topic: arabidopsis proteins

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  1. Dharmasiri N, Dharmasiri S, Jones A, Estelle M. Auxin action in a cell-free system. Curr Biol. 2003;13:1418-22 pubmed
    ..In addition, we show that the response is not dependent on protein phosphorylation or dephosphorylation but rather is prevented by an inhibitor of peptidyl-prolyl isomerases. ..
  2. Boonsirichai K, Sedbrook J, Chen R, Gilroy S, Masson P. ALTERED RESPONSE TO GRAVITY is a peripheral membrane protein that modulates gravity-induced cytoplasmic alkalinization and lateral auxin transport in plant statocytes. Plant Cell. 2003;15:2612-25 pubmed
    ..We propose that ARG1 affects the localization and/or activity of PIN or other proteins involved in lateral auxin transport. ..
  3. Ashfield T, Ong L, Nobuta K, Schneider C, Innes R. Convergent evolution of disease resistance gene specificity in two flowering plant families. Plant Cell. 2004;16:309-18 pubmed
    ..We conclude that convergent evolution, rather than the conservation of an ancient specificity, is responsible for the generation of these AvrB-specific genes. ..
  4. Huq E, Al Sady B, Hudson M, Kim C, Apel K, Quail P. Phytochrome-interacting factor 1 is a critical bHLH regulator of chlorophyll biosynthesis. Science. 2004;305:1937-41 pubmed
  5. Salome P, To J, Kieber J, McClung C. Arabidopsis response regulators ARR3 and ARR4 play cytokinin-independent roles in the control of circadian period. Plant Cell. 2006;18:55-69 pubmed
    ..Therefore, ARR3 and ARR4 are critical for proper circadian period and define an additional level of regulation of the circadian clock in Arabidopsis. ..
  6. Sehnke P, Laughner B, Cardasis H, Powell D, Ferl R. Exposed loop domains of complexed 14-3-3 proteins contribute to structural diversity and functional specificity. Plant Physiol. 2006;140:647-60 pubmed
  7. Hobbie L. Auxin and cell polarity: the emergence of AXR4. Trends Plant Sci. 2006;11:517-8 pubmed
    ..The sequence of the AXR4 gene suggests that novel mechanisms could be important for targeting certain proteins to specific cellular locations. ..
  8. Chen X. A silencing safeguard: links between RNA silencing and mRNA processing in Arabidopsis. Dev Cell. 2008;14:811-2 pubmed publisher
  9. Bu Q, Castillon A, Chen F, Zhu L, Huq E. Dimerization and blue light regulation of PIF1 interacting bHLH proteins in Arabidopsis. Plant Mol Biol. 2011;77:501-11 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, these data suggest a combinatorial control of photomorphogenesis by bHLH proteins in response to light in Arabidopsis. ..

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  1. Pontvianne F, Blevins T, Chandrasekhara C, Feng W, Stroud H, Jacobsen S, et al. Histone methyltransferases regulating rRNA gene dose and dosage control in Arabidopsis. Genes Dev. 2012;26:945-57 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, our results indicate that histone methylation can affect both the doses of different variants and their differential silencing through the choice mechanisms that achieve dosage control. ..
  2. Havens K, Guseman J, Jang S, Pierre Jerome E, Bolten N, Klavins E, et al. A synthetic approach reveals extensive tunability of auxin signaling. Plant Physiol. 2012;160:135-42 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, our results demonstrate the remarkable tunability conferred by specific configurations of the auxin response pathway. ..
  3. Bao S, Zhu J, Garvey W. Cloning of Rab GTPases expressed in human skeletal muscle: studies in insulin-resistant subjects. Horm Metab Res. 1998;30:656-62 pubmed
    ..The potential role of specific Rab isoforms in insulin resistance does not rely on a change in steady state mRNA levels, but is demonstrable as an alteration in protein subcellular distribution and trafficking. ..
  4. Ehsan H, Reichheld J, Durfee T, Roe J. TOUSLED kinase activity oscillates during the cell cycle and interacts with chromatin regulators. Plant Physiol. 2004;134:1488-99 pubmed
  5. Moussatche P, Klee H. Autophosphorylation activity of the Arabidopsis ethylene receptor multigene family. J Biol Chem. 2004;279:48734-41 pubmed
  6. Dharmasiri N, Dharmasiri S, Weijers D, Lechner E, Yamada M, Hobbie L, et al. Plant development is regulated by a family of auxin receptor F box proteins. Dev Cell. 2005;9:109-19 pubmed
    ..Correspondingly, all TIR1/AFB proteins interact with BDL, and BDL is stabilized in triple mutant plants. Our results indicate that TIR1 and the AFB proteins collectively mediate auxin responses throughout plant development. ..
  7. Lee J, Wang F, Schnell D. Toc receptor dimerization participates in the initiation of membrane translocation during protein import into chloroplasts. J Biol Chem. 2009;284:31130-41 pubmed publisher
  8. Endres M, Gregory B, Gao Z, Foreman A, Mlotshwa S, Ge X, et al. Two plant viral suppressors of silencing require the ethylene-inducible host transcription factor RAV2 to block RNA silencing. PLoS Pathog. 2010;6:e1000729 pubmed publisher
  9. Meekins D, Guo H, Husodo S, Paasch B, Bridges T, Santelia D, et al. Structure of the Arabidopsis glucan phosphatase like sex four2 reveals a unique mechanism for starch dephosphorylation. Plant Cell. 2013;25:2302-14 pubmed publisher
  10. Gao Q, Venugopal S, Navarre D, Kachroo A. Low oleic acid-derived repression of jasmonic acid-inducible defense responses requires the WRKY50 and WRKY51 proteins. Plant Physiol. 2011;155:464-76 pubmed publisher
    ..Exogenous SA inhibited JA-inducible PDF1.2 expression in the wild type but not in wrky50 or wrky51 mutant plants. These results show that the WRKY50 and WRKY51 proteins mediate both SA- and low-18:1-dependent repression of JA signaling. ..
  11. Gindullis F, Peffer N, Meier I. MAF1, a novel plant protein interacting with matrix attachment region binding protein MFP1, is located at the nuclear envelope. Plant Cell. 1999;11:1755-68 pubmed
    ..These data suggest that MFP1 and MAF1 are in vivo interaction partners and that both proteins are components of a nuclear substructure, previously undescribed in plants, that connects the nuclear envelope and the internal nuclear matrix...
  12. DeLisa M, Lee P, Palmer T, Georgiou G. Phage shock protein PspA of Escherichia coli relieves saturation of protein export via the Tat pathway. J Bacteriol. 2004;186:366-73 pubmed
    ..Mutations in Tat components that completely abolish export result in a marked induction of PspA protein synthesis, consistent with its proposed role in enhancing protein translocation via Tat. ..
  13. Tao L, Cheung A, Nibau C, Wu H. RAC GTPases in tobacco and Arabidopsis mediate auxin-induced formation of proteolytically active nuclear protein bodies that contain AUX/IAA proteins. Plant Cell. 2005;17:2369-83 pubmed
  14. Kim S, Soltis P, Wall K, Soltis D. Phylogeny and domain evolution in the APETALA2-like gene family. Mol Biol Evol. 2006;23:107-20 pubmed
    ..Our expression studies show that the euAP2 homologue from Amborella trichopoda, the putative sister to all other angiosperms, is expressed in all floral organs as well as leaves. ..
  15. Konopka C, Backues S, Bednarek S. Dynamics of Arabidopsis dynamin-related protein 1C and a clathrin light chain at the plasma membrane. Plant Cell. 2008;20:1363-80 pubmed publisher
    ..Our studies provide insight into DRP1 and clathrin dynamics in the plant cell cortex and indicate that the clathrin endocytic machinery in plants has both similarities and striking differences to that in mammalian cells and yeast. ..
  16. Gao Z, Wen C, Binder B, Chen Y, Chang J, Chiang Y, et al. Heteromeric interactions among ethylene receptors mediate signaling in Arabidopsis. J Biol Chem. 2008;283:23801-10 pubmed publisher
  17. Kandasamy M, McKinney E, Meagher R. A single vegetative actin isovariant overexpressed under the control of multiple regulatory sequences is sufficient for normal Arabidopsis development. Plant Cell. 2009;21:701-18 pubmed publisher
    ..In summary, it is evident that differences in vegetative actin gene regulation and the diversity in actin isovariant sequences are essential for normal plant development. ..
  18. Adams Phillips L, Briggs A, Bent A. Disruption of poly(ADP-ribosyl)ation mechanisms alters responses of Arabidopsis to biotic stress. Plant Physiol. 2010;152:267-80 pubmed publisher
    ..We conclude that poly(ADP-ribosyl)ation is a functional component in plant responses to biotic stress. ..
  19. Jambunathan N, Penaganti A, Tang Y, Mahalingam R. Modulation of redox homeostasis under suboptimal conditions by Arabidopsis nudix hydrolase 7. BMC Plant Biol. 2010;10:173 pubmed publisher
    ..During stress conditions, rapid induction of AtNUDT7 is important for regulating the activation of stress/defense signaling and cell death pathways. ..
  20. Miller M, Barrett Wilt G, Hua Z, Vierstra R. Proteomic analyses identify a diverse array of nuclear processes affected by small ubiquitin-like modifier conjugation in Arabidopsis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010;107:16512-7 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, we propose that SUMOylation represents a rapid and global mechanism for reversibly manipulating plant chromosomal functions, especially during environmental stress. ..
  21. Mlotshwa S, Pruss G, Gao Z, Mgutshini N, Li J, Chen X, et al. Transcriptional silencing induced by Arabidopsis T-DNA mutants is associated with 35S promoter siRNAs and requires genes involved in siRNA-mediated chromatin silencing. Plant J. 2010;64:699-704 pubmed publisher
    ..Consistent with these results, we detected 35S promoter siRNAs in dcl3-1 SALK line plants, suggesting that the 35S promoter homology-dependent silencing induced by some T-DNA insertion mutant lines is siRNA-mediated. ..
  22. Schrick K, Shiva S, Arpin J, Delimont N, Isaac G, Tamura P, et al. Steryl glucoside and acyl steryl glucoside analysis of Arabidopsis seeds by electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry. Lipids. 2012;47:185-93 pubmed publisher
    ..The results indicate that these glucosyltransferases account for much of the accumulation of the sterol conjugates in wild-type Arabidopsis seeds. ..
  23. Wang Y, An C, Zhang X, Yao J, Zhang Y, Sun Y, et al. The Arabidopsis elongator complex subunit2 epigenetically regulates plant immune responses. Plant Cell. 2013;25:762-76 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, our data demonstrate a new role for Elongator in somatic DNA demethylation/methylation and suggest a function for Elongator-mediated chromatin regulation in pathogen-induced transcriptome reprogramming. ..
  24. Kim H, Chiang Y, Kieber J, Schaller G. SCF(KMD) controls cytokinin signaling by regulating the degradation of type-B response regulators. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013;110:10028-33 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results support a model in which an SCF(KMD) complex negatively regulates cytokinin responses by controlling levels of a key family of transcription factors. ..
  25. Chen L, Lee J, Weber H, Tohge T, Witt S, Roje S, et al. Arabidopsis BPM proteins function as substrate adaptors to a cullin3-based E3 ligase to affect fatty acid metabolism in plants. Plant Cell. 2013;25:2253-64 pubmed publisher
    ..Overall, this work demonstrates a link between fatty acid metabolism and E3 ligase activities in plants and establishes CUL3-based E3 ligases as key regulators in transcriptional processes that involve ERF/AP2 family members. ..
  26. Liang F, Kroon G, McAvoy C, Chi C, Wright P, Shan S. Conformational dynamics of a membrane protein chaperone enables spatially regulated substrate capture and release. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2016;113:E1615-24 pubmed publisher
    ..Our work demonstrates how the intrinsic conformational dynamics of a chaperone enables spatially coordinated substrate capture and release, which may be general to other ATP-independent chaperone systems. ..
  27. Chen X, Meyerowitz E. HUA1 and HUA2 are two members of the floral homeotic AGAMOUS pathway. Mol Cell. 1999;3:349-60 pubmed
    ..Molecular analyses suggest that HUA2 (and possibly HUA1) acts to facilitate AG action at the same hierarchical level as AG. ..
  28. 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. ..
  29. Gallagher L, Betz S, Chase C. Mitochondrial RNA editing truncates a chimeric open reading frame associated with S male-sterility in maize. Curr Genet. 2002;42:179-84 pubmed
  30. He Y, Michaels S, Amasino R. Regulation of flowering time by histone acetylation in Arabidopsis. Science. 2003;302:1751-4 pubmed
    ..However, not all autonomous-pathway mutants exhibit FLC hyperacetylation, indicating that multiple means exist by which this pathway represses FLC expression. ..
  31. Colangelo E, Guerinot M. The essential basic helix-loop-helix protein FIT1 is required for the iron deficiency response. Plant Cell. 2004;16:3400-12 pubmed
    ..We demonstrate that FIT1 regulates FRO2 at the level of mRNA accumulation and IRT1 at the level of protein accumulation. We propose a new model for iron uptake in Arabidopsis where FRO2 and IRT1 are differentially regulated by FIT1. ..
  32. Wang Y, Magnard J, McCormick S, Yang M. Progression through meiosis I and meiosis II in Arabidopsis anthers is regulated by an A-type cyclin predominately expressed in prophase I. Plant Physiol. 2004;136:4127-35 pubmed
    ..Either of these scenarios is a deviation from the typical mode of action of mitotic cyclins in mitosis and meiosis I, in which each nuclear division is coupled with a peak of expression of mitotic cyclins. ..
  33. Okushima Y, Overvoorde P, Arima K, Alonso J, Chan A, Chang C, et al. Functional genomic analysis of the AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR gene family members in Arabidopsis thaliana: unique and overlapping functions of ARF7 and ARF19. Plant Cell. 2005;17:444-63 pubmed
    ..These observations provide molecular insight into the unique and overlapping functions of ARF gene family members in Arabidopsis. ..
  34. Morris E, Chevalier D, Walker J. DAWDLE, a forkhead-associated domain gene, regulates multiple aspects of plant development. Plant Physiol. 2006;141:932-41 pubmed
    ..DDL is expressed in the root and shoot meristems and the reduced size of the root apical meristem in ddl plants suggests a role early in organ development. ..
  35. Qi Z, Stephens N, Spalding E. Calcium entry mediated by GLR3.3, an Arabidopsis glutamate receptor with a broad agonist profile. Plant Physiol. 2006;142:963-71 pubmed
  36. Zhong R, Demura T, Ye Z. SND1, a NAC domain transcription factor, is a key regulator of secondary wall synthesis in fibers of Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2006;18:3158-70 pubmed
    ..Together, our results reveal that SND1 is a key transcriptional activator involved in secondary wall biosynthesis in fibers. ..
  37. Zhao M, Morohashi K, Hatlestad G, Grotewold E, Lloyd A. The TTG1-bHLH-MYB complex controls trichome cell fate and patterning through direct targeting of regulatory loci. Development. 2008;135:1991-9 pubmed publisher
    ..These data support a model for the TTG1 complex directly regulating activators and repressors and the movement of repressors to affect trichome patterning on the Arabidopsis leaf...
  38. Teotia S, Lamb R. The paralogous genes RADICAL-INDUCED CELL DEATH1 and SIMILAR TO RCD ONE1 have partially redundant functions during Arabidopsis development. Plant Physiol. 2009;151:180-98 pubmed publisher
    ..This study shows that RCD1 and SRO1 are at least partially redundant and that they are essential genes for plant development. ..
  39. Ben Nissan G, Yang Y, Lee J. Partitioning of casein kinase 1-like 6 to late endosome-like vesicles. Protoplasma. 2010;240:45-56 pubmed publisher
  40. Ron M, Alandete Saez M, Eshed Williams L, Fletcher J, McCormick S. Proper regulation of a sperm-specific cis-nat-siRNA is essential for double fertilization in Arabidopsis. Genes Dev. 2010;24:1010-21 pubmed publisher
    ..These results extend the regulatory capacity of cis-nat-siRNAs to development by identifying a role for cis-nat-siRNAs in controlling sperm function during double fertilization. ..
  41. Jun J, Fiume E, Roeder A, Meng L, Sharma V, Osmont K, et al. Comprehensive analysis of CLE polypeptide signaling gene expression and overexpression activity in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2010;154:1721-36 pubmed publisher
    ..Our work establishes a community resource of CLE-related biological materials and provides a platform for understanding and ultimately manipulating many different plant signaling systems. ..
  42. Grant K, Carey N, Mendoza M, Schulze J, Pilon M, Pilon Smits E, et al. Adenosine 5'-phosphosulfate reductase (APR2) mutation in Arabidopsis implicates glutathione deficiency in selenate toxicity. Biochem J. 2011;438:325-35 pubmed publisher
  43. Stratmann J, Gusmaroli G. Many jobs for one good cop - the COP9 signalosome guards development and defense. Plant Sci. 2012;185-186:50-64 pubmed publisher
    ..This review will provide an overview of the highly complex regulation of CRL activity by CSN, and the many roles of the CSN in plant development and defense. ..
  44. Lumba S, Toh S, Handfield L, Swan M, Liu R, Youn J, et al. A mesoscale abscisic acid hormone interactome reveals a dynamic signaling landscape in Arabidopsis. Dev Cell. 2014;29:360-72 pubmed publisher
    ..This comprehensive ABA resource allows for application of approaches to understanding ABA functions in higher plants. ..
  45. Zhou R, Kroczynska B, Hayman G, Miernyk J. AtJ2, an arabidopsis homolog of Escherichia coli dnaJ. Plant Physiol. 1995;108:821-2 pubmed
  46. Doelling J, Yan N, Kurepa J, Walker J, Vierstra R. The ubiquitin-specific protease UBP14 is essential for early embryo development in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant J. 2001;27:393-405 pubmed
    ..Taken together, the data demonstrate an essential role for the ubiquitin/26S proteasome pathway in general and for AtUBP14 in particular during early plant development. ..
  47. He Y, Gan S. A gene encoding an acyl hydrolase is involved in leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2002;14:805-15 pubmed
    ..Chemically induced overexpression of SAG101 caused precocious senescence in both attached and detached leaves of transgenic Arabidopsis plants. These data suggest that SAG101 plays a significant role in leaf senescence. ..
  48. Zhong R, Burk D, Nairn C, Wood Jones A, Morrison W, Ye Z. Mutation of SAC1, an Arabidopsis SAC domain phosphoinositide phosphatase, causes alterations in cell morphogenesis, cell wall synthesis, and actin organization. Plant Cell. 2005;17:1449-66 pubmed
    ..Together, these results provide genetic evidence that AtSAC1, a SAC domain phosphoinositide phosphatase, is required for normal cell morphogenesis, cell wall synthesis, and actin organization. ..
  49. Ryu S, Lee H, Doelling J, Palta J. Characterization of a cDNA encoding Arabidopsis secretory phospholipase A2-alpha, an enzyme that generates bioactive lysophospholipids and free fatty acids. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2005;1736:144-51 pubmed
    ..AtsPLA2-alpha transcript was detected at low levels in roots, stems, leaves, and flowers but not in siliques. ..
  50. Fahlgren N, Montgomery T, Howell M, Allen E, Dvorak S, Alexander A, et al. Regulation of AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR3 by TAS3 ta-siRNA affects developmental timing and patterning in Arabidopsis. Curr Biol. 2006;16:939-44 pubmed
    ..In light of the functions of ARF3 and ARF4 in organ asymmetry, these data reveal multiple roles for TAS3 ta-siRNA-mediated regulation of ARF genes in developmental timing and patterning. ..
  51. Dharmasiri S, Swarup R, Mockaitis K, Dharmasiri N, Singh S, Kowalchyk M, et al. AXR4 is required for localization of the auxin influx facilitator AUX1. Science. 2006;312:1218-20 pubmed
    ..Loss of AXR4 resulted in abnormal accumulation of AUX1 in the ER of epidermal cells, indicating that the axr4 agravitropic phenotype is caused by defective AUX1 trafficking in the root epidermis...
  52. 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. ..
  53. Pedmale U, Liscum E. Regulation of phototropic signaling in Arabidopsis via phosphorylation state changes in the phototropin 1-interacting protein NPH3. J Biol Chem. 2007;282:19992-20001 pubmed
  54. Su S, Suarez Rodriguez M, Krysan P. Genetic interaction and phenotypic analysis of the Arabidopsis MAP kinase pathway mutations mekk1 and mpk4 suggests signaling pathway complexity. FEBS Lett. 2007;581:3171-7 pubmed
    ..Our results suggest that MEKK1 and MPK4 functions are not limited to a single, linear signaling pathway. Instead there appears to be more complexity to the signaling pathways in which these two proteins function. ..
  55. 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. ..
  56. Dong X, Hong Z, Chatterjee J, Kim S, Verma D. Expression of callose synthase genes and its connection with Npr1 signaling pathway during pathogen infection. Planta. 2008;229:87-98 pubmed publisher
    ..In a T-DNA knockout mutant of CalS12, callose encasement around the haustoria on the infected leaves was reduced and the mutant was found to be more resistant to downy mildew as compared to the wild type plants. ..
  57. Yu B, Bi L, Zhai J, Agarwal M, Li S, Wu Q, et al. siRNAs compete with miRNAs for methylation by HEN1 in Arabidopsis. Nucleic Acids Res. 2010;38:5844-50 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, our findings imply the existence of a negative modifier of HEN1 activity in the Columbia genetic background. ..
  58. Gu Y, Innes R. The KEEP ON GOING protein of Arabidopsis recruits the ENHANCED DISEASE RESISTANCE1 protein to trans-Golgi network/early endosome vesicles. Plant Physiol. 2011;155:1827-38 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, these data suggest that EDR1 and KEG function together to regulate endocytic trafficking and/or the formation of signaling complexes on TGN/EE vesicles during stress responses. ..
  59. 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...
  60. Nguyen T, Chandrasekar S, NEHER S, Walter P, Shan S. Concerted complex assembly and GTPase activation in the chloroplast signal recognition particle. Biochemistry. 2011;50:7208-17 pubmed publisher
    ..These features may reflect adaptations of the chloroplast SRP to the delivery of their unique substrate protein. ..
  61. Chen M, Thelen J. Plastid uridine salvage activity is required for photoassimilate allocation and partitioning in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2011;23:2991-3006 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings point to crucial roles played by uridine salvage for photoassimilate allocation and partitioning. ..
  62. Suttangkakul A, Li F, Chung T, Vierstra R. The ATG1/ATG13 protein kinase complex is both a regulator and a target of autophagic recycling in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2011;23:3761-79 pubmed publisher
    ..Given its responsiveness to nutrient demands, the turnover of the ATG1/13 kinase likely provides a dynamic mechanism to tightly connect autophagy to a plant's nutritional status. ..
  63. Foster J, Kim H, Nakata P, Browse J. A previously unknown oxalyl-CoA synthetase is important for oxalate catabolism in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2012;24:1217-29 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results demonstrate that, in Arabidopsis, oxalyl-CoA synthetase encoded by AAE3 is required for oxalate degradation, for normal seed development, and for defense against an oxalate-producing fungal pathogen. ..
  64. Hall B, Shakeel S, Amir M, Ul Haq N, Qu X, Schaller G. Histidine kinase activity of the ethylene receptor ETR1 facilitates the ethylene response in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2012;159:682-95 pubmed publisher
    ..Models for how enzymatic and nonenzymatic regulation may facilitate signaling from the ethylene receptors are discussed. ..
  65. Kandasamy M, McKinney E, Roy E, Meagher R. Plant vegetative and animal cytoplasmic actins share functional competence for spatial development with protists. Plant Cell. 2012;24:2041-57 pubmed publisher
  66. Karve A, Jawdy S, Gunter L, Allen S, Yang X, Tuskan G, et al. Initial characterization of shade avoidance response suggests functional diversity between Populus phytochrome B genes. New Phytol. 2012;196:726-37 pubmed publisher
  67. Li W, Zhou Y, Liu X, Yu P, Cohen J, Meyerowitz E. LEAFY controls auxin response pathways in floral primordium formation. Sci Signal. 2013;6:ra23 pubmed publisher
    ..We found that hormone perception not only controls but is also controlled by the transcriptional signals that create plant form. ..
  68. Miller D, Holtzman S, Kalkbrenner A, Kaufman T. Homeotic Complex (Hox) gene regulation and homeosis in the mesoderm of the Drosophila melanogaster embryo: the roles of signal transduction and cell autonomous regulation. Mech Dev. 2001;102:17-32 pubmed
    ..We find that extrinsic specification of cell fate by signaling can be overridden by Hox protein expression in mesodermal cells and propose the term autonomic dominance for this phenomenon. ..
  69. Gilliland L, Kandasamy M, Pawloski L, Meagher R. Both vegetative and reproductive actin isovariants complement the stunted root hair phenotype of the Arabidopsis act2-1 mutation. Plant Physiol. 2002;130:2199-209 pubmed
    ..Impairment of root hair functions such as nutrient mining, water uptake, and physical anchoring are the likely cause of the reduced fitness seen for act2-1 mutants in multigenerational studies. ..
  70. Engel M, Holmes Davis R, McCormick S. Green sperm. Identification of male gamete promoters in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2005;138:2124-33 pubmed
  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. Qu X, Hall B, Gao Z, Schaller G. A strong constitutive ethylene-response phenotype conferred on Arabidopsis plants containing null mutations in the ethylene receptors ETR1 and ERS1. BMC Plant Biol. 2007;7:3 pubmed
    ..The role of subfamily 1 members is greater than previously suspected and analysis of the double mutant null for both ETR1 and ERS1 uncovers novel roles for the receptors not previously characterized. ..
  73. Verslues P, Kim Y, Zhu J. Altered ABA, proline and hydrogen peroxide in an Arabidopsis glutamate:glyoxylate aminotransferase mutant. Plant Mol Biol. 2007;64:205-17 pubmed
    ..The results suggest that metabolic changes that alter H2O2 levels can affect both ABA accumulation and ABA sensitivity. ..
  74. Noiriel A, Naponelli V, Bozzo G, Gregory J, Hanson A. Folate salvage in plants: pterin aldehyde reduction is mediated by multiple non-specific aldehyde reductases. Plant J. 2007;51:378-89 pubmed
    ..We conclude that pterin aldehyde salvage in plants involves multiple, generalist NADPH-linked reductases, and that the At1g10310 enzyme is typical of these and hence suitable for use in engineering studies of folate turnover. ..
  75. 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. ..
  76. Curaba J, Chen X. Biochemical activities of Arabidopsis RNA-dependent RNA polymerase 6. J Biol Chem. 2008;283:3059-66 pubmed
    ..Our findings have important implications on the processes involving RDR6 in vivo and provide new biochemical insights into the mechanisms of RNA silencing in Arabidopsis. ..
  77. Addepalli B, Hunt A. The interaction between two Arabidopsis polyadenylation factor subunits involves an evolutionarily-conserved motif and has implications for the assembly and function of the polyadenylation complex. Protein Pept Lett. 2008;15:76-88 pubmed
    ..Taken together, these results suggest that Fip1 is situated near CstF64 in the polyadenylation complex. ..
  78. Aceti D, Bitto E, Yakunin A, Proudfoot M, Bingman C, Frederick R, et al. Structural and functional characterization of a novel phosphatase from the Arabidopsis thaliana gene locus At1g05000. Proteins. 2008;73:241-53 pubmed publisher
    ..Divalent metal cations were not required for activity and had little effect on the reaction. ..
  79. Book A, Smalle J, Lee K, Yang P, Walker J, Casper S, et al. The RPN5 subunit of the 26s proteasome is essential for gametogenesis, sporophyte development, and complex assembly in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2009;21:460-78 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, the data point to a specific role for RPN5 in the plant 26S proteasome and suggest that its two paralogous genes in Arabidopsis have both redundant and unique roles in development. ..
  80. Das P, Ito T, Wellmer F, Vernoux T, Dedieu A, Traas J, et al. Floral stem cell termination involves the direct regulation of AGAMOUS by PERIANTHIA. Development. 2009;136:1605-11 pubmed publisher
    ..These results suggest that the termination of floral stem cell fate is a multiply redundant process involving loci with unrelated floral patterning functions. ..
  81. Yang X, Boateng K, Strittmatter L, Burgess R, Makaroff C. Arabidopsis separase functions beyond the removal of sister chromatid cohesion during meiosis. Plant Physiol. 2009;151:323-33 pubmed publisher
  82. Ha C, Jun J, Fletcher J. Control of Arabidopsis leaf morphogenesis through regulation of the YABBY and KNOX families of transcription factors. Genetics. 2010;186:197-206 pubmed publisher
    ..Our data demonstrate that BOP1 and BOP2 regulate leaf patterning by controlling YAB and KNOX1 gene activity in the developing petiole. ..
  83. Tsuchiya T, Eulgem T. Co-option of EDM2 to distinct regulatory modules in Arabidopsis thaliana development. BMC Plant Biol. 2010;10:203 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that EDM2 has been co-opted to distinct regulatory modules controlling a set of different processes in plant immunity and development. WNK8 appears to modulate some functions of EDM2. ..
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