Experts and Doctors on plant genes in United States

Summary

Locale: United States
Topic: plant genes

Top Publications

  1. Ulmasov T, Guilfoyle T. Sequence of the fifth largest subunit of RNA polymerase II from plants. J Biol Chem. 1992;267:23165-9 pubmed
    ..None of the published yeast or animal RNA polymerase subunit sequences show similarity to the fifth largest subunit in plants. ..
  2. Bhave M, Lawrence S, Barton C, Hannah L. Identification and molecular characterization of shrunken-2 cDNA clones of maize. Plant Cell. 1990;2:581-8 pubmed
    ..In contrast to wild type, the Ds-induced sh2 allele conditions at least two transcripts in the endosperm. ..
  3. Bartley G, Scolnik P. cDNA cloning, expression during development, and genome mapping of PSY2, a second tomato gene encoding phytoene synthase. J Biol Chem. 1993;268:25718-21 pubmed
    ..We used polymerase chain reaction-based restriction fragment length polymorphisms and alien addition lines to map PSY2 to chromosome 2. We conclude that PSY2 is a second tomato gene encoding phytoene synthase. ..
  4. Lee I, Bleecker A, Amasino R. Analysis of naturally occurring late flowering in Arabidopsis thaliana. Mol Gen Genet. 1993;237:171-6 pubmed
    ..The extreme delay in flowering time caused by the FLA gene can be overcome by vernalization in both the ecotypes in which it occurs naturally and in the Columbia ecotype into which this gene has been introgressed. ..
  5. Clark S, Williams R, Meyerowitz E. The CLAVATA1 gene encodes a putative receptor kinase that controls shoot and floral meristem size in Arabidopsis. Cell. 1997;89:575-85 pubmed
    ..We provide evidence that CLV1 expression in the inflorescence is specifically associated with meristematic activity. ..
  6. Tokuhisa J, Vijayan P, Feldmann K, Browse J. Chloroplast development at low temperatures requires a homolog of DIM1, a yeast gene encoding the 18S rRNA dimethylase. Plant Cell. 1998;10:699-711 pubmed
    ..The pfc1 mutant does not have these modifications in the small subunit rRNA of the plastid. ..
  7. Mooney B, Miernyk J, Randall D. Cloning and characterization of the dihydrolipoamide S-acetyltransferase subunit of the plastid pyruvate dehydrogenase complex (E2) from Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 1999;120:443-52 pubmed
    ..The results of immunoblot analysis indicate that protein expression was similar in roots and flowers, less similar in leaves, and even less similar in siliques. This is the first report, to our knowledge, describing a plastid E2. ..
  8. Noh Y, Amasino R. Identification of a promoter region responsible for the senescence-specific expression of SAG12. Plant Mol Biol. 1999;41:181-94 pubmed
    ..Extracts from young and senescent Arabidopsis leaves contain factors that exhibit differential binding to the senescence-responsive promoter element. ..
  9. Jacobsen S, Olszewski N, Meyerowitz E. SPINDLY's role in the gibberellin response pathway. Symp Soc Exp Biol. 1998;51:73-8 pubmed
    ..A 35S:SPY construct rescues the spy mutant phenotype, but does not show any gain-of-function SPY phenotypes. Smaller constructs overexpressing different domains of the SPY protein have no effect on plant development. ..

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Publications164 found, 100 shown here

  1. Harper R, Stowe Evans E, Luesse D, Muto H, Tatematsu K, Watahiki M, et al. The NPH4 locus encodes the auxin response factor ARF7, a conditional regulator of differential growth in aerial Arabidopsis tissue. Plant Cell. 2000;12:757-70 pubmed
    ..This latter finding illustrates the intimate connection between auxin and ethylene in the control of growth in higher plants. ..
  2. Ranocha P, McNeil S, Ziemak M, Li C, Tarczynski M, Hanson A. The S-methylmethionine cycle in angiosperms: ubiquity, antiquity and activity. Plant J. 2001;25:575-84 pubmed
    ..Because plants lack the negative feedback loops that regulate AdoMet pool size in other eukaryotes, the SMM cycle may be the main mechanism whereby plants achieve short-term control of AdoMet level. ..
  3. Mathews H, Clendennen S, Caldwell C, Liu X, Connors K, Matheis N, et al. Activation tagging in tomato identifies a transcriptional regulator of anthocyanin biosynthesis, modification, and transport. Plant Cell. 2003;15:1689-703 pubmed
  4. Zhao B, Ardales E, Brasset E, Claflin L, Leach J, Hulbert S. The Rxo1/ Rba1 locus of maize controls resistance reactions to pathogenic and non-host bacteria. Theor Appl Genet. 2004;109:71-9 pubmed
    ..The locus maps on the short arm of maize chromosome six near several other disease-resistance genes. Results indicate the same type of genes may contribute to both non-host resistance and resistance to pathogens. ..
  5. Srivastava V, Ow D. Marker-free site-specific gene integration in plants. Trends Biotechnol. 2004;22:627-9 pubmed
    ..This strategy is based on published data and exemplifies the use of the Cre-lox, FLP-FRT and R-RS inducible systems. ..
  6. Bishop J, Ripoll D, Bashir S, Damasceno C, Seeds J, Rose J. Selection on Glycine beta-1,3-endoglucanase genes differentially inhibited by a Phytophthora glucanase inhibitor protein. Genetics. 2005;169:1009-19 pubmed publisher
    ..soja EGases, coupled with positive selection in both Glycine and dicot lineages and the proximity of rapidly evolving sites to GIP1, suggests an arms race involving repeated adaptation to pathogen attack and inhibition...
  7. Della Vedova C, Lorbiecke R, Kirsch H, Schulte M, Scheets K, Borchert L, et al. The dominant inhibitory chalcone synthase allele C2-Idf (inhibitor diffuse) from Zea mays (L.) acts via an endogenous RNA silencing mechanism. Genetics. 2005;170:1989-2002 pubmed publisher
    ..Finally, we detected small interfering RNAs (siRNAs) in plants carrying C2-Idf, but not in plants homozygous for the wild-type C2 allele. Together, our results indicate that the inhibitory effect of C2-Idf occurs through RNA silencing...
  8. Jagadeeswaran G, Raina S, Acharya B, Maqbool S, Mosher S, Appel H, et al. Arabidopsis GH3-LIKE DEFENSE GENE 1 is required for accumulation of salicylic acid, activation of defense responses and resistance to Pseudomonas syringae. Plant J. 2007;51:234-46 pubmed
    ..syringae (and possibly other pathogens) by playing a critical role in regulating the levels of pathogen-inducible SA. GDG1 is allelic to the PBS3 (avrPphB susceptible) gene. ..
  9. Yang S, Gao M, Deshpande S, Lin S, Roe B, Zhu H. Genetic and physical localization of an anthracnose resistance gene in Medicago truncatula. Theor Appl Genet. 2007;116:45-52 pubmed
    ..RCT1 is part of a complex locus containing numerous genes homologous to previously characterized TIR-NBS-LRR type resistance genes. The result presented in this paper will facilitate the positional cloning of RCT1 in Medicago. ..
  10. Zhu J. Reconstituting plant miRNA biogenesis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008;105:9851-2 pubmed publisher
  11. Fukao T, Harris T, Bailey Serres J. Evolutionary analysis of the Sub1 gene cluster that confers submergence tolerance to domesticated rice. Ann Bot. 2009;103:143-50 pubmed publisher
    ..nivara Sharma et Shastry. The aim of this study was to evaluate the orthologues of the Sub1 locus in the closest relatives of O. sativa to provide insight into the origin of the gene and allelic variation of the Sub1 locus...
  12. Stall R, Jones J, Minsavage G. Durability of resistance in tomato and pepper to xanthomonads causing bacterial spot. Annu Rev Phytopathol. 2009;47:265-84 pubmed publisher
    ..More emphasis is being given to transfer of quantitative trait resistance to commercial cultivars of both tomato and pepper. ..
  13. Qi L, Friebe B, Zhang P, Gill B. A molecular-cytogenetic method for locating genes to pericentromeric regions facilitates a genomewide comparison of synteny between the centromeric regions of wheat and rice. Genetics. 2009;183:1235-47 pubmed publisher
    ..A pericentric inversion specific to the rice lineage was detected. The depicted framework provides a working model for further studies on the structure and evolution of cereal chromosome centromeres. ..
  14. Hileman L, Cubas P. An expanded evolutionary role for flower symmetry genes. J Biol. 2009;8:90 pubmed publisher
    ..Exciting recent breakthroughs, including a study by Song et al. published in BMC Evolutionary Biology, demonstrate that CYC-like genes have also had an important role in the evolution of flower form. ..
  15. Yin Y, Chen H, Hahn M, Mohnen D, Xu Y. Evolution and function of the plant cell wall synthesis-related glycosyltransferase family 8. Plant Physiol. 2010;153:1729-46 pubmed publisher
  16. Glackin C, Grula J. Organ-specific transcripts of different size and abundance derive from the same pyruvate, orthophosphate dikinase gene in maize. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1990;87:3004-8 pubmed
  17. Berkelman T, Houtchens K, DuPont F. Two cDNA clones encoding isoforms of the B subunit of the vacuolar ATPase from barley roots. Plant Physiol. 1994;104:287-8 pubmed
  18. Paris N, Rogers S, Jiang L, Kirsch T, Beevers L, Phillips T, et al. Molecular cloning and further characterization of a probable plant vacuolar sorting receptor. Plant Physiol. 1997;115:29-39 pubmed
  19. Rafalski J, Hanafey M, Miao G, Ching A, Lee J, Dolan M, et al. New experimental and computational approaches to the analysis of gene expression. Acta Biochim Pol. 1998;45:929-34 pubmed
    ..We are currently using the DNA array technology to study chemical induction of gene expression and the biosynthesis of oil, carbohydrate and protein in developing seeds. ..
  20. Whitham S, Anderberg R, Chisholm S, Carrington J. Arabidopsis RTM2 gene is necessary for specific restriction of tobacco etch virus and encodes an unusual small heat shock-like protein. Plant Cell. 2000;12:569-82 pubmed
    ..The RTM2 gene product was also shown to contain a large C-terminal region with multiple repeating sequences. ..
  21. Frye C, Tang D, Innes R. Negative regulation of defense responses in plants by a conserved MAPKK kinase. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2001;98:373-8 pubmed
    ..Putative orthologs of EDR1 are present in monocots such as rice and barley, indicating that EDR1 may regulate defense responses in a wide range of crop species. ..
  22. Auger D, Newton K, Birchler J. Nuclear gene dosage effects upon the expression of maize mitochondrial genes. Genetics. 2001;157:1711-21 pubmed
    ..These results support the concept that although mitochondrial genes are prokaryotic in origin, their regulation has been extensively integrated into the eukaryotic cell. ..
  23. Larsen P, Cancel J. Enhanced ethylene responsiveness in the Arabidopsis eer1 mutant results from a loss-of-function mutation in the protein phosphatase 2A A regulatory subunit, RCN1. Plant J. 2003;34:709-18 pubmed
  24. Doebley J. The genetics of maize evolution. Annu Rev Genet. 2004;38:37-59 pubmed
  25. Molina C, Grotewold E. Genome wide analysis of Arabidopsis core promoters. BMC Genomics. 2005;6:25 pubmed
  26. Zhao B, Lin X, Poland J, Trick H, Leach J, Hulbert S. A maize resistance gene functions against bacterial streak disease in rice. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2005;102:15383-8 pubmed
    ..Most importantly, Rxo1 functions after transfer as a transgene to rice, demonstrating the feasibility of nonhost R gene transfer between cereals and providing a valuable tool for controlling bacterial streak disease. ..
  27. Graham M. The diphenylether herbicide lactofen induces cell death and expression of defense-related genes in soybean. Plant Physiol. 2005;139:1784-94 pubmed publisher
    ..These various results are discussed in the context of singlet oxygen-induced responses and lactofen's potential as a disease resistance-inducing agent...
  28. 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. ..
  29. Kane N, Rieseberg L. Selective sweeps reveal candidate genes for adaptation to drought and salt tolerance in common sunflower, Helianthus annuus. Genetics. 2007;175:1823-34 pubmed
    ..Thus, this study illustrates how selective sweeps might contribute both to the integration of conspecific populations and to the differentiation of races or species. ..
  30. Kalluri U, DiFazio S, Brunner A, Tuskan G. Genome-wide analysis of Aux/IAA and ARF gene families in Populus trichocarpa. BMC Plant Biol. 2007;7:59 pubmed
  31. Harrison B, Masson P. ARL2, ARG1 and PIN3 define a gravity signal transduction pathway in root statocytes. Plant J. 2008;53:380-92 pubmed
    ..Together these data suggest that ARL2 and ARG1 functionally link gravity sensation in the statocytes to auxin redistribution through the root cap. ..
  32. Du C, Caronna J, He L, Dooner H. Computational prediction and molecular confirmation of Helitron transposons in the maize genome. BMC Genomics. 2008;9:51 pubmed publisher
  33. Lai Z, Kane N, Zou Y, Rieseberg L. Natural variation in gene expression between wild and weedy populations of Helianthus annuus. Genetics. 2008;179:1881-90 pubmed publisher
  34. Hawkins K, Smolke C. Production of benzylisoquinoline alkaloids in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Nat Chem Biol. 2008;4:564-73 pubmed publisher
    ..Our engineered microbial hosts offer access to a rich group of BIA molecules and associated activities that will be further expanded through synthetic chemistry and biology approaches. ..
  35. Nagy E, Bennetzen J. Pathogen corruption and site-directed recombination at a plant disease resistance gene cluster. Genome Res. 2008;18:1918-23 pubmed publisher
  36. Yilmaz A, Nishiyama M, Fuentes B, Souza G, Janies D, Gray J, et al. GRASSIUS: a platform for comparative regulatory genomics across the grasses. Plant Physiol. 2009;149:171-80 pubmed publisher
    ..The integration of GrassTFDB and GrassPROMDB will be accomplished through GrassRegNet as a first step in representing the architecture of grass regulatory networks. GRASSIUS can be accessed from www.grassius.org. ..
  37. Cameron K. On the value of nuclear and mitochondrial gene sequences for reconstructing the phylogeny of vanilloid orchids (Vanilloideae, Orchidaceae). Ann Bot. 2009;104:377-85 pubmed publisher
    ..Since 40% of the genera within Vanilloideae are achlorophyllous mycoheterotrophs, this is an ideal group of orchids in which to evaluate non-plastid gene sequences...
  38. Gabay Laughnan S, Kuzmin E, Monroe J, Roark L, Newton K. Characterization of a novel thermosensitive restorer of fertility for cytoplasmic male sterility in maize. Genetics. 2009;182:91-103 pubmed publisher
    ..The 1.6-kb RNA, which is transcribed only from linear ends, is correspondingly reduced. ..
  39. Colquhoun T, Verdonk J, Schimmel B, Tieman D, Underwood B, Clark D. Petunia floral volatile benzenoid/phenylpropanoid genes are regulated in a similar manner. Phytochemistry. 2010;71:158-67 pubmed publisher
    ..One such feature is the highly regulated transcript accumulation of the FVBP genes. Additionally, ethylene may have a regulatory role in the FVBP system prior to a floral senescence program...
  40. Hampton M, Xu W, Kram B, Chambers E, Ehrnriter J, Gralewski J, et al. Identification of differential gene expression in Brassica rapa nectaries through expressed sequence tag analysis. PLoS ONE. 2010;5:e8782 pubmed publisher
    ..This project was undertaken to identify genes potentially involved in mediating nectary form and function in Brassica rapa...
  41. 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. ..
  42. Gagne J, Downes B, Shiu S, Durski A, Vierstra R. The F-box subunit of the SCF E3 complex is encoded by a diverse superfamily of genes in Arabidopsis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2002;99:11519-24 pubmed
    ..Collectively, the data shows that Arabidopsis has exploited the SCF complex and the ubiquitin/26S proteasome pathway as a major route for cellular regulation and that a diverse array of SCF targets is likely present in plants. ..
  43. Yang T, Poovaiah B. A calmodulin-binding/CGCG box DNA-binding protein family involved in multiple signaling pathways in plants. J Biol Chem. 2002;277:45049-58 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that the AtSR gene family encodes a family of calmodulin-binding/DNA-binding proteins involved in multiple signal transduction pathways in plants. ..
  44. Salome P, McClung C. PSEUDO-RESPONSE REGULATOR 7 and 9 are partially redundant genes essential for the temperature responsiveness of the Arabidopsis circadian clock. Plant Cell. 2005;17:791-803 pubmed
    ..PRR7 and PRR9 could function in temperature and light input pathways or they could represent elements of an oscillator necessary for the clock to respond to temperature signals. ..
  45. de la Luz GutiƩrrez Nava M, Aukerman M, Sakai H, Tingey S, Williams R. Artificial trans-acting siRNAs confer consistent and effective gene silencing. Plant Physiol. 2008;147:543-51 pubmed publisher
  46. Libault M, Farmer A, Brechenmacher L, Drnevich J, Langley R, Bilgin D, et al. Complete transcriptome of the soybean root hair cell, a single-cell model, and its alteration in response to Bradyrhizobium japonicum infection. Plant Physiol. 2010;152:541-52 pubmed publisher
    ..Our analysis also highlighted changes in the expression pattern of some homeologous and tandemly duplicated soybean genes, supporting their rapid specialization. ..
  47. Kim H, Vijayan P, Carlsson A, Barkan L, Browse J. A mutation in the LPAT1 gene suppresses the sensitivity of fab1 plants to low temperature. Plant Physiol. 2010;153:1135-43 pubmed publisher
    ..The proportion of high-melting-point molecular species in PG is reduced from 48.2% in fab1 to 10.7% in fab1 lpat1-3 (S7), a value close to the 7.6% found in wild type. ..
  48. Hilson P, Carroll K, Masson P. Molecular characterization of PAB2, a member of the multigene family coding for poly(A)-binding proteins in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiol. 1993;103:525-33 pubmed
    ..Possible roles for the carboxyl-terminal conserved domain are discussed in view of recently published data concerning the structure and function of PAB proteins. ..
  49. Smart L, Cameron K, Bennett A. Isolation of genes predominantly expressed in guard cells and epidermal cells of Nicotiana glauca. Plant Mol Biol. 2000;42:857-69 pubmed
    ..This work has identified members of a subset of epidermis- and guard cell-predominant genes, whose protein products are likely to contribute to the unique properties acquired by guard cells and pavement cells during differentiation. ..
  50. Jansen R, Kaittanis C, Saski C, Lee S, Tomkins J, Alverson A, et al. Phylogenetic analyses of Vitis (Vitaceae) based on complete chloroplast genome sequences: effects of taxon sampling and phylogenetic methods on resolving relationships among rosids. BMC Evol Biol. 2006;6:32 pubmed
    ..We sequenced the complete chloroplast genome of Vitis vinifera and used these data to assess relationships among 27 angiosperms, including nine taxa of rosids...
  51. Yang X, Kalluri U, Jawdy S, Gunter L, Yin T, Tschaplinski T, et al. The F-box gene family is expanded in herbaceous annual plants relative to woody perennial plants. Plant Physiol. 2008;148:1189-200 pubmed publisher
    ..This study provides insights into the relationship between the structure and composition of the F-box gene family in herbaceous and woody species and their associated developmental and physiological features. ..
  52. Wu Y, Bhat P, Close T, Lonardi S. Efficient and accurate construction of genetic linkage maps from the minimum spanning tree of a graph. PLoS Genet. 2008;4:e1000212 pubmed publisher
    ..The software implementing our algorithm is available in the public domain as a web tool under the name MSTmap. ..
  53. Sood S, Kuraparthy V, Bai G, Gill B. The major threshability genes soft glume (sog) and tenacious glume (Tg), of diploid and polyploid wheat, trace their origin to independent mutations at non-orthologous loci. Theor Appl Genet. 2009;119:341-51 pubmed publisher
    ..Both 2AS and 2DS maps were colinear ruling out the role of chromosome rearrangements for their non-syntenic positions. Therefore, sog and Tg are not true orthologues suggesting the possibility of a diverse origin. ..
  54. Zhang X, Oppenheimer D. IRREGULAR TRICHOME BRANCH 2 (ITB2) encodes a putative aminophospholipid translocase that regulates trichome branch elongation in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2009;60:195-206 pubmed publisher
    ..Furthermore, itb2/ala3 mutants provide a convenient visible phenotype for further genetic analysis of the ALA family in Arabidopsis. ..
  55. Klee H. Improving the flavor of fresh fruits: genomics, biochemistry, and biotechnology. New Phytol. 2010;187:44-56 pubmed publisher
    ..However, our knowledge of the regulation of the critical metabolic pathways is still limited. Nonetheless, the pieces are in place for rapid advances to be made in the manipulation of flavor chemistry in the immediate future. ..
  56. Ainsworth C, Clark J, Balsdon J. Expression, organisation and structure of the genes encoding the waxy protein (granule-bound starch synthase) in wheat. Plant Mol Biol. 1993;22:67-82 pubmed
    ..The protein contains the conserved motif KTGGL found in other waxy proteins and which has been implicated as the active site in glycogen synthase. ..
  57. Gray J, Close P, Briggs S, Johal G. A novel suppressor of cell death in plants encoded by the Lls1 gene of maize. Cell. 1997;89:25-31 pubmed
    ..Two consensus binding motifs of aromatic ring-hydroxylating dioxygenases are present in the predicted LLS1 protein, suggesting that it may function to degrade a phenolic mediator of cell death. ..
  58. Hassanain H, Sharma Y, Moldovan L, Khramtsov V, Berliner L, Duvick J, et al. Plant rac proteins induce superoxide production in mammalian cells. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2000;272:783-8 pubmed
    ..Our results suggest that in plants, Rac proteins can function as activators of oxidative burst and indicate the remarkable functional and structural conservation of Rho/Rac proteins between plant and animal kingdoms during evolution. ..
  59. Novaes E, Drost D, Farmerie W, Pappas G, Grattapaglia D, Sederoff R, et al. High-throughput gene and SNP discovery in Eucalyptus grandis, an uncharacterized genome. BMC Genomics. 2008;9:312 pubmed publisher
  60. Nobuta K, Lu C, Shrivastava R, Pillay M, De Paoli E, Accerbi M, et al. Distinct size distribution of endogeneous siRNAs in maize: Evidence from deep sequencing in the mop1-1 mutant. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008;105:14958-63 pubmed publisher
    ..The enrichment of miRNAs and loss of 24-nt heterochromatic siRNAs in mop1-1 should be advantageous for miRNA discovery as the maize genome becomes more fully sequenced. ..
  61. Vallejos C, Jones V, Stall R, Jones J, Minsavage G, Schultz D, et al. Characterization of two recessive genes controlling resistance to all races of bacterial spot in peppers. Theor Appl Genet. 2010;121:37-46 pubmed publisher
    ..Allele-specific primers for a PCR-based bs5-marker have been developed to facilitate the genetic manipulation of this gene. ..
  62. Gianola D, Simianer H, Qanbari S. A two-step method for detecting selection signatures using genetic markers. Genet Res (Camb). 2010;92:141-55 pubmed publisher
    ..Procedures are illustrated with hypothetical data, and with published allelic frequency data for type II diabetes in three human populations, and for 12 isozyme loci in 12 populations of the argan tree in Morocco. ..
  63. de Vetten N, Lu G, Feri R. A maize protein associated with the G-box binding complex has homology to brain regulatory proteins. Plant Cell. 1992;4:1295-307 pubmed
    ..This suggests a deep evolutionary conservation of a potential regulatory protein associated with a core sequence found in the promoter region of many genes. ..
  64. Lee K, Huang A. Genes encoding oleosins in maize kernel of inbreds Mo17 and B73. Plant Mol Biol. 1994;26:1981-7 pubmed
    ..ole16 and ole18 have been mapped to single loci on chromosomes 2 (near b1 gene) and 5S (near phya2), respectively. We predict that ole17 is located on chromosome 1 (near phya1), in a chromosomal segment duplicated on chromosome 5. ..
  65. Noh B, Bandyopadhyay A, Peer W, Spalding E, Murphy A. Enhanced gravi- and phototropism in plant mdr mutants mislocalizing the auxin efflux protein PIN1. Nature. 2003;423:999-1002 pubmed
    ..Lateral auxin conductance becomes relatively larger as a result, enhancing the growth differentials responsible for tropic responses. ..
  66. 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. ..
  67. Chapman M, Pashley C, Wenzler J, Hvala J, Tang S, Knapp S, et al. A genomic scan for selection reveals candidates for genes involved in the evolution of cultivated sunflower (Helianthus annuus). Plant Cell. 2008;20:2931-45 pubmed publisher
  68. Kim S, Kwon S, Saha D, Anyanwu N, Gassmann W. Resistance to the Pseudomonas syringae effector HopA1 is governed by the TIR-NBS-LRR protein RPS6 and is enhanced by mutations in SRFR1. Plant Physiol. 2009;150:1723-32 pubmed publisher
    ..Interestingly, mutations in SRFR1 also enhanced HopA1-triggered immunity in rps6 mutants. In conclusion, the cloning of RPS6 and comparisons with RPS4 will contribute to a closer dissection of the TNL resistance pathway in Arabidopsis. ..
  69. Peal L, Puckette M, Mahalingam R. Identification of stress-responsive genes in plants using suppression subtraction hybridization: ozone stress as an example. Methods Mol Biol. 2010;639:157-70 pubmed publisher
    ..In this chapter we describe in detail the SSH procedure and explain the subtle changes that have been incorporated to make this technique adaptable for identifying stress-responsive genes in plants. ..
  70. Kim K, Fisher D, Gao M, Guiltinan M. Genomic organization and promoter activity of the maize starch branching enzyme I gene. Gene. 1998;216:233-43 pubmed
    ..1998 Elsevier Science B.V. ..
  71. O donnell P, Schmelz E, Moussatche P, Lund S, Jones J, Klee H. Susceptible to intolerance--a range of hormonal actions in a susceptible Arabidopsis pathogen response. Plant J. 2003;33:245-57 pubmed
    ..In contrast to ethylene, accumulation of these hormones was not found to be dependent on SA action. These results indicate that the plants response to a virulent pathogen is a composite of multiple signaling pathways. ..
  72. Hellmann H, Hobbie L, Chapman A, Dharmasiri S, Dharmasiri N, Del Pozo C, et al. Arabidopsis AXR6 encodes CUL1 implicating SCF E3 ligases in auxin regulation of embryogenesis. EMBO J. 2003;22:3314-25 pubmed
    ..In addition, we show that CUL1 has a role in auxin response throughout the life cycle of the plant. ..
  73. Kanrar S, Bhattacharya M, Arthur B, Courtier J, Smith H. Regulatory networks that function to specify flower meristems require the function of homeobox genes PENNYWISE and POUND-FOOLISH in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2008;54:924-37 pubmed publisher
    ..In conclusion, results from this study support a model in which PNY and PNF promote LFY expression during reproductive development. At the same time, the flower formation activity of FT is dependent upon the function of PNY and PNF. ..
  74. Saballos A, Ejeta G, Sanchez E, Kang C, Vermerris W. A genomewide analysis of the cinnamyl alcohol dehydrogenase family in sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] identifies SbCAD2 as the brown midrib6 gene. Genetics. 2009;181:783-95 pubmed publisher
    ..The modeling revealed unique changes in structure consistent with the observed phenotypes of the mutants...
  75. Pumphrey M, Bai J, Laudencia Chingcuanco D, Anderson O, Gill B. Nonadditive expression of homoeologous genes is established upon polyploidization in hexaploid wheat. Genetics. 2009;181:1147-57 pubmed publisher
    ..The results demonstrate that allopolyploidization, per se, results in rapid initiation of differential expression of homoeologous loci and nonadditive gene expression in T. aestivum. ..
  76. Fahlgren N, Jogdeo S, Kasschau K, Sullivan C, Chapman E, Laubinger S, et al. MicroRNA gene evolution in Arabidopsis lyrata and Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell. 2010;22:1074-89 pubmed publisher
    ..Additionally, target sites of younger miRNA were lost more frequently than for deeply conserved families. In summary, our systematic analyses emphasize the dynamic nature of the MIRNA complement of plant genomes. ..
  77. 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). ..
  78. Sakai H, Medrano L, Meyerowitz E. Role of SUPERMAN in maintaining Arabidopsis floral whorl boundaries. Nature. 1995;378:199-203 pubmed
    ..The putative SUPERMAN protein contains one zinc-finger and a region resembling a basic leucine zipper motif, suggesting a function in transcriptional regulation. ..
  79. Buzgo M, Soltis D, Soltis P, Ma H. Towards a comprehensive integration of morphological and genetic studies of floral development. Trends Plant Sci. 2004;9:164-73 pubmed
    ..Taxa occupying key phylogenetic positions offer great potential for generating hypotheses about the regulation of floral development...
  80. Adamczyk B, Fernandez D. MIKC* MADS domain heterodimers are required for pollen maturation and tube growth in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2009;149:1713-23 pubmed publisher
    ..These results were combined to create a model to describe MIKC* heterodimer contributions in pollen. ..
  81. Taylor S, Arnold M, Martin N. The genetic architecture of reproductive isolation in Louisiana irises: hybrid fitness in nature. Evolution. 2009;63:2581-94 pubmed publisher
  82. Lee I, Aukerman M, Gore S, Lohman K, Michaels S, Weaver L, et al. Isolation of LUMINIDEPENDENS: a gene involved in the control of flowering time in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 1994;6:75-83 pubmed
    ..Genomic and cDNA clones of the LD gene were characterized. The predicted amino acid sequence of the LD protein contains 953 residues and includes two putative bipartite nuclear localization signals and a glutamine-rich region. ..
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