Experts and Doctors on plant leaves in France

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Locale: France
Topic: plant leaves

Top Publications

  1. Long C, Beck J, Cantagrel F, Marcourt L, Vendier L, David B, et al. Proteasome inhibitors from Neoboutonia melleri. J Nat Prod. 2012;75:34-47 pubmed publisher
    ..The large number of isolated compounds permitted a structure-activity relationship analysis, which showed that the presence of the two enone functions was a requirement for the activity. ..
  2. Janicka S, Kuhn K, Le Ret M, Bonnard G, Imbault P, Augustyniak H, et al. A RAD52-like single-stranded DNA binding protein affects mitochondrial DNA repair by recombination. Plant J. 2012;72:423-35 pubmed publisher
    ..These observations identify ODB1 as a further component of homologous recombination-dependent DNA repair in plant mitochondria. ..
  3. Simkin A, Labouré A, Kuntz M, Sandmann G. Comparison of carotenoid content, gene expression and enzyme levels in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) leaves. Z Naturforsch C. 2003;58:371-80 pubmed
    ..In addition, monitoring of protein amounts for phytoene desaturase and plastid terminal oxidase (which sometimes do not correlate with gene expression) indicate an even more complex regulatory pattern. ..
  4. Paolini V, Fouraste I, Hoste H. In vitro effects of three woody plant and sainfoin extracts on 3rd-stage larvae and adult worms of three gastrointestinal nematodes. Parasitology. 2004;129:69-77 pubmed
    ..These results confirm variations in effects depending on factors related to plants or parasites and suggest that tannins are partly responsible for the effects. ..
  5. Torregrosa C, Cluzet S, Fournier J, Huguet T, Gamas P, Prosperi J, et al. Cytological, genetic, and molecular analysis to characterize compatible and incompatible interactions between Medicago truncatula and Colletotrichum trifolii. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2004;17:909-20 pubmed
    ..Interestingly, some nodulin genes were also induced in the resistant line upon inoculation with C. trifolii. ..
  6. Masclaux Daubresse C, Carrayol E, Valadier M. The two nitrogen mobilisation- and senescence-associated GS1 and GDH genes are controlled by C and N metabolites. Planta. 2005;221:580-8 pubmed
    ..Interestingly, an opposite regulation of GS1 and GS2 by Pro and Glu was shown. The contrary effect of Suc on NIA (NR encoding gene) and GDH mRNA accumulation was also emphasized. ..
  7. André A, Maucourt M, Moing A, Rolin D, Renaudin J. Sugar import and phytopathogenicity of Spiroplasma citri: glucose and fructose play distinct roles. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2005;18:33-42 pubmed
    ..From these data, a hypothetical model was proposed to establish the relationship between fructose utilization by the spiroplasmas present in the phloem sieve tubes and glucose accumulation in the leaves of S. citri infected plants...
  8. Santos Mendoza M, Dubreucq B, Miquel M, Caboche M, Lepiniec L. LEAFY COTYLEDON 2 activation is sufficient to trigger the accumulation of oil and seed specific mRNAs in Arabidopsis leaves. FEBS Lett. 2005;579:4666-70 pubmed
    ..Consistent with these results, the expression of three other major seed regulators namely, LEC1, FUS3, and ABI3 were also induced by LEC2 activation. ..
  9. Kunz C, Vandelle E, Rolland S, Poinssot B, Bruel C, Cimerman A, et al. Characterization of a new, nonpathogenic mutant of Botrytis cinerea with impaired plant colonization capacity. New Phytol. 2006;170:537-50 pubmed
    ..Mutant A336 is the first oxalate-deficient mutant to be described in B. cinerea and it differs from all the nonpathogenic B. cinerea mutants described to date. ..

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  1. Adenot X, Elmayan T, Lauressergues D, Boutet S, Bouche N, Gasciolli V, et al. DRB4-dependent TAS3 trans-acting siRNAs control leaf morphology through AGO7. Curr Biol. 2006;16:927-32 pubmed
  2. Brassart B, Gomez D, De Cian A, Paterski R, Montagnac A, Qui K, et al. A new steroid derivative stabilizes g-quadruplexes and induces telomere uncapping in human tumor cells. Mol Pharmacol. 2007;72:631-40 pubmed
    ..These results indicate that these steroid ligands represent a new class of telomere-targeted agents with potential as antitumor drugs. ..
  3. Mzid R, Marchive C, Blancard D, Deluc L, Barrieu F, Corio Costet M, et al. Overexpression of VvWRKY2 in tobacco enhances broad resistance to necrotrophic fungal pathogens. Physiol Plant. 2007;131:434-47 pubmed publisher
    ..roots) and Alternaria tenuis (seeds). The results indicate that VvWRKY2 may be involved in the resistance of grapevine against the pathogens...
  4. Aajoud A, Raveton M, Azrou Isghi D, Tissut M, Ravanel P. How can the fipronil insecticide access phloem?. J Agric Food Chem. 2008;56:3732-7 pubmed publisher
    ..A quantitative evaluation suggests that most of the labeled compounds at this stage were not coming from the leaves but from the roots and stem where storage compounds were hydrolyzed for sustaining inflorescence development. ..
  5. Laugier E, Tarrago L, Vieira Dos Santos C, Eymery F, Havaux M, Rey P. Arabidopsis thaliana plastidial methionine sulfoxide reductases B, MSRBs, account for most leaf peptide MSR activity and are essential for growth under environmental constraints through a role in the preservation of photosystem antennae. Plant J. 2010;61:271-82 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that plastidial MSRBs fulfil an essential function in maintaining vegetative growth of plants during environmental constraints, through a role in the preservation of photosynthetic antennae. ..
  6. Pulido A, Laufs P. Co-ordination of developmental processes by small RNAs during leaf development. J Exp Bot. 2010;61:1277-91 pubmed publisher
  7. Javelle M, Vernoud V, Dep ge Fargeix N, Arnould C, Oursel D, Domergue F, et al. Overexpression of the epidermis-specific homeodomain-leucine zipper IV transcription factor Outer Cell Layer1 in maize identifies target genes involved in lipid metabolism and cuticle biosynthesis. Plant Physiol. 2010;154:273-86 pubmed publisher
    ..Our data demonstrate that, in addition to AP2/EREBP and MYB-type transcription factors, members of the HD-ZIP IV family contribute to the transcriptional regulation of genes involved in cuticle biosynthesis...
  8. Cantrel C, Vazquez T, Puyaubert J, Rezé N, Lesch M, Kaiser W, et al. Nitric oxide participates in cold-responsive phosphosphingolipid formation and gene expression in Arabidopsis thaliana. New Phytol. 2011;189:415-27 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, these data suggest a new function for NO as an intermediate in gene regulation and lipid-based signaling during cold transduction. ..
  9. Bertheloot J, Cournède P, Andrieu B. NEMA, a functional-structural model of nitrogen economy within wheat culms after flowering. I. Model description. Ann Bot. 2011;108:1085-96 pubmed publisher
    ..We believe this represents an appropriate frame for modelling nitrogen in functional-structural plant models. A companion paper will present model evaluation and analysis. ..
  10. Moreaux V, Lamaud E, Bosc A, Bonnefond J, Medlyn B, Loustau D. Paired comparison of water, energy and carbon exchanges over two young maritime pine stands (Pinus pinaster Ait.): effects of thinning and weeding in the early stage of tree growth. Tree Physiol. 2011;31:903-21 pubmed publisher
    ..5 and 32.4 g C m(-2), respectively. Overall, this study highlighted the significant contribution of the gorse layer to mass and energy exchange in young pine plantations...
  11. Poret M, Chandrasekar B, van der Hoorn R, Avice J. Characterization of senescence-associated protease activities involved in the efficient protein remobilization during leaf senescence of winter oilseed rape. Plant Sci. 2016;246:139-153 pubmed publisher
    ..Short statement: Serine and particularly cysteine proteases (both PLCPs and VPEs) seem to play a crucial role in the efficient protein remobilization when leaf senescence of oilseed rape was accelerated by nitrate limitation. ..
  12. Debout G, Provost E, Renucci M, Tirard A, Schatz B, McKey D. Colony structure in a plant-ant: behavioural, chemical and genetic study of polydomy in Cataulacus mckeyi (Myrmicinae). Oecologia. 2003;137:195-204 pubmed
    ..This particular colony structure may confer on C. mckeyi an advantage in short-distance dispersal, and this could help explain its persistence within the dynamic Leonardoxa system. ..
  13. Wang H, Jones B, Li Z, Frasse P, Delalande C, Regad F, et al. The tomato Aux/IAA transcription factor IAA9 is involved in fruit development and leaf morphogenesis. Plant Cell. 2005;17:2676-92 pubmed
    ..While no mutation in any member of subfamily IV has been reported to date, the phenotypes associated with the downregulation of IAA9 reveal distinct and novel roles for members of the Aux/IAA gene family. ..
  14. Grangier J, Dejean A, Malé P, Orivel J. Indirect defense in a highly specific ant-plant mutualism. Naturwissenschaften. 2008;95:909-16 pubmed publisher
    ..Our study emphasizes the importance of studying both the constitutive and inducible components of indirect defense when evaluating its efficacy and optimality...
  15. Guirimand G, Guihur A, Poutrain P, Héricourt F, Mahroug S, St Pierre B, et al. Spatial organization of the vindoline biosynthetic pathway in Catharanthus roseus. J Plant Physiol. 2011;168:549-57 pubmed publisher
    ..Finally, these results highlight the importance of the inter- and intracellular translocations of intermediates during the vindoline biosynthesis and their potential regulatory role. ..
  16. German Retana S, Candresse T, Alias E, Delbos R, Le Gall O. Effects of green fluorescent protein or beta-glucuronidase tagging on the accumulation and pathogenicity of a resistance-breaking Lettuce mosaic virus isolate in susceptible and resistant lettuce cultivars. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2000;13:316-24 pubmed
  17. Delvalle D, Dumez S, Wattebled F, Roldán I, Planchot V, Berbezy P, et al. Soluble starch synthase I: a major determinant for the synthesis of amylopectin in Arabidopsis thaliana leaves. Plant J. 2005;43:398-412 pubmed
  18. Masclaux Daubresse C, Reisdorf Cren M, Pageau K, Lelandais M, Grandjean O, Kronenberger J, et al. Glutamine synthetase-glutamate synthase pathway and glutamate dehydrogenase play distinct roles in the sink-source nitrogen cycle in tobacco. Plant Physiol. 2006;140:444-56 pubmed
    ..Taken together, the data provide evidence that the GS-GOGAT pathway and GDH play distinct roles in the source-sink nitrogen cycle of tobacco leaves. ..
  19. Franck N, Vaast P, Genard M, Dauzat J. Soluble sugars mediate sink feedback down-regulation of leaf photosynthesis in field-grown Coffea arabica. Tree Physiol. 2006;26:517-25 pubmed
  20. Moulari B, Pellequer Y, Lboutounne H, Girard C, Chaumont J, Millet J, et al. Isolation and in vitro antibacterial activity of astilbin, the bioactive flavanone from the leaves of Harungana madagascariensis Lam. ex Poir. (Hypericaceae). J Ethnopharmacol. 2006;106:272-8 pubmed
    ..The minimal inhibitory quantity (MIQs) of astilbin ranged from 50 to 100 microg. ..
  21. Linares E, Thimonier C, Degre M. The effect of NeOpuntia on blood lipid parameters--risk factors for the metabolic syndrome (syndrome X). Adv Ther. 2007;24:1115-25 pubmed
    ..Our results indicate an advantage of using NeOpuntia in dietary supplements and functional foods because of improvement of blood lipid parameters associated with cardiovascular risks. ..
  22. Degrave A, Fagard M, Perino C, Brisset M, Gaubert S, Laroche S, et al. Erwinia amylovora type three-secreted proteins trigger cell death and defense responses in Arabidopsis thaliana. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2008;21:1076-86 pubmed publisher
    ..The relative importance of T3SPs in A. thaliana is correlated with their relative importance in the disease process on host plants, indicating that A. thaliana can be used as a model to study their role. ..
  23. Massonnet C, Vile D, Fabre J, Hannah M, Caldana C, Lisec J, et al. Probing the reproducibility of leaf growth and molecular phenotypes: a comparison of three Arabidopsis accessions cultivated in ten laboratories. Plant Physiol. 2010;152:2142-57 pubmed publisher
  24. Marguerettaz M, Pieretti I, Gayral P, Puig J, Brin C, Cociancich S, et al. Genomic and evolutionary features of the SPI-1 type III secretion system that is present in Xanthomonas albilineans but is not essential for xylem colonization and symptom development of sugarcane leaf scald. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2011;24:246-59 pubmed publisher
    ..albilineans. Evolutionary features of T3SS SPI-1 based on phylogenetic, recombination, and selection analyses are discussed in the context of the possible functional importance of T3SS SPI-1 in the ecology of X. albilineans. ..
  25. Dumont E, Bahrman N, Goulas E, Valot B, Sellier H, Hilbert J, et al. A proteomic approach to decipher chilling response from cold acclimation in pea (Pisum sativum L.). Plant Sci. 2011;180:86-98 pubmed publisher
    ..These proteins were related to frost response or frost resistance. It seems that Champagne could resist to frost with the reorientation of the energy metabolism. ..
  26. Tisné S, Barbier F, Granier C. The ERECTA gene controls spatial and temporal patterns of epidermal cell number and size in successive developing leaves of Arabidopsis thaliana. Ann Bot. 2011;108:159-68 pubmed publisher
    ..Previous work demonstrated a role for ERECTA in the control of compensation between epidermal cell expansion and division in leaves...
  27. Leba L, Cheval C, Ortiz Martín I, Ranty B, Beuzón C, Galaud J, et al. CML9, an Arabidopsis calmodulin-like protein, contributes to plant innate immunity through a flagellin-dependent signalling pathway. Plant J. 2012;71:976-89 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, using PAMP treatment and P. syringae strains, we have established that CML9 participates in plant innate immunity. ..
  28. Simon A, Dalmais B, Morgant G, Viaud M. Screening of a Botrytis cinerea one-hybrid library reveals a Cys2His2 transcription factor involved in the regulation of secondary metabolism gene clusters. Fungal Genet Biol. 2013;52:9-19 pubmed publisher
  29. Escalon A, Javegny S, Vernière C, Noël L, Vital K, Poussier S, et al. Variations in type III effector repertoires, pathological phenotypes and host range of Xanthomonas citri pv. citri pathotypes. Mol Plant Pathol. 2013;14:483-96 pubmed publisher
    ..Our data outline the importance of taking into account the heterogeneity of Xci?A*/A(W) strains when analysing the mechanisms of host specialization...
  30. Douche T, San Clemente H, Burlat V, Roujol D, Valot B, Zivy M, et al. Brachypodium distachyon as a model plant toward improved biofuel crops: Search for secreted proteins involved in biogenesis and disassembly of cell wall polymers. Proteomics. 2013;13:2438-54 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, the high number of proteins of unknown function in B. distachyon cell wall proteomes opens new fields of research for monocot cell walls...
  31. Fajardo A, Torres Díaz C, Till Bottraud I. Disturbance and density-dependent processes (competition and facilitation) influence the fine-scale genetic structure of a tree species' population. Ann Bot. 2016;117:67-77 pubmed publisher
    ..However, facilitation can only persist if individuals are related. Thus, the genetic composition in turn influences what type of biotic interactions will take place among immediate neighbours in post-disturbance forests. ..
  32. Springer A, Kang C, Rustgi S, von Wettstein D, Reinbothe C, Pollmann S, et al. Programmed chloroplast destruction during leaf senescence involves 13-lipoxygenase (13-LOX). Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2016;113:3383-8 pubmed publisher
  33. Bendaly A, Messedi D, Smaoui A, Ksouri R, Bouchereau A, Abdelly C. Physiological and leaf metabolome changes in the xerohalophyte species Atriplex halimus induced by salinity. Plant Physiol Biochem. 2016;103:208-18 pubmed publisher
    ..This protection seemed to be attributed to proline and sucrose largely accumulated in leaves treated with salt. ..
  34. Hohweyer J, Cazeaux C, Travaillé E, Languet E, Dumètre A, Aubert D, et al. Simultaneous detection of the protozoan parasites Toxoplasma, Cryptosporidium and Giardia in food matrices and their persistence on basil leaves. Food Microbiol. 2016;57:36-44 pubmed publisher
    ..These data strengthen the need to consider these protozoa in food safety. ..
  35. Suehs C, Affre L, Médail F. Invasion dynamics of two alien Carpobrotus (Aizoaceae) taxa on a Mediterranean island: I. Genetic diversity and introgression. Heredity (Edinb). 2004;92:31-40 pubmed
    ..The overwhelming clonal growth and high genetic diversities of C. acinaciformis and the previously recorded invasion potential for C. edulis raises concern for intensified invasion via hybridisation. ..
  36. Alhagdow M, Mounet F, Gilbert L, Nunes Nesi A, Garcia V, Just D, et al. Silencing of the mitochondrial ascorbate synthesizing enzyme L-galactono-1,4-lactone dehydrogenase affects plant and fruit development in tomato. Plant Physiol. 2007;145:1408-22 pubmed
    ..Moreover, it strongly suggests that, in addition to ascorbate synthesis, GalLDH could play an important role in the regulation of cell growth-related processes in plants. ..
  37. Lothier J, Gaufichon L, Sormani R, Lemaitre T, Azzopardi M, Morin H, et al. The cytosolic glutamine synthetase GLN1;2 plays a role in the control of plant growth and ammonium homeostasis in Arabidopsis rosettes when nitrate supply is not limiting. J Exp Bot. 2011;62:1375-90 pubmed publisher
    ..Altogether the results suggest that GLN1;2 is essential for nitrogen assimilation under ample nitrate supply and for ammonium detoxification. ..
  38. Fontaine J, Tercé Laforgue T, Armengaud P, Clément G, Renou J, Pelletier S, et al. Characterization of a NADH-dependent glutamate dehydrogenase mutant of Arabidopsis demonstrates the key role of this enzyme in root carbon and nitrogen metabolism. Plant Cell. 2012;24:4044-65 pubmed publisher
    ..These results are discussed in relation to the possible signaling and physiological functions of the enzyme at the interface of carbon and nitrogen metabolism. ..
  39. Divol F, Vilaine F, Thibivilliers S, Kusiak C, Sauge M, Dinant S. Involvement of the xyloglucan endotransglycosylase/hydrolases encoded by celery XTH1 and Arabidopsis XTH33 in the phloem response to aphids. Plant Cell Environ. 2007;30:187-201 pubmed
    ..Nevertheless, the ectopic expression of XTH33 in phloem tissue was not sufficient to confer protection, demonstrating that modifying the expression of this single gene does not readily alter plant-aphid interactions. ..
  40. Isnard S, Rowe N. Mechanical role of the leaf sheath in rattans. New Phytol. 2008;177:643-52 pubmed
  41. Caille N, Vauleon C, Leyval C, Morel J. Metal transfer to plants grown on a dredged sediment: use of radioactive isotope 203Hg and titanium. Sci Total Environ. 2005;341:227-39 pubmed
    ..Consequently, emission of volatile Hg from contaminated dredged sediments and also the potential increase of metal solubility by a vegetal cover of grass when used in phytostabilisation must be taken into account by decision makers...
  42. Meyer C, Lea U, Provan F, Kaiser W, Lillo C. Is nitrate reductase a major player in the plant NO (nitric oxide) game?. Photosynth Res. 2005;83:181-9 pubmed
    ..The question that remains is whether this NR-derived NO is a signalling molecule or the mere product of an enzymatic side reaction like the products generated by the oxygenase activity of RuBisCO. ..
  43. Privat I, Foucrier S, Prins A, Epalle T, Eychenne M, Kandalaft L, et al. Differential regulation of grain sucrose accumulation and metabolism in Coffea arabica (Arabica) and Coffea canephora (Robusta) revealed through gene expression and enzyme activity analysis. New Phytol. 2008;178:781-97 pubmed publisher
    ..Regulation of vacuolar invertase CcInv2 activity by invertase inhibitors CcInvI2 and/or CcInvI3 during Arabica grain development is considered...
  44. Zouari M, Ben Ahmed C, Zorrig W, Elloumi N, Rabhi M, Delmail D, et al. Exogenous proline mediates alleviation of cadmium stress by promoting photosynthetic activity, water status and antioxidative enzymes activities of young date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.). Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. 2016;128:100-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, proline-treated plants showed high antioxidant enzymes activities (superoxide dismutase, catalase and glutathione peroxydase) in roots and leaves as compared to Cd-treated plants. ..
  45. Thomine S, Lelièvre F, Debarbieux E, Schroeder J, Barbier Brygoo H. AtNRAMP3, a multispecific vacuolar metal transporter involved in plant responses to iron deficiency. Plant J. 2003;34:685-95 pubmed
    ..To account for the results presented, we propose that AtNRAMP3 influences metal accumulation and IRT1 and FRO2 gene expression by mobilizing vacuolar metal pools to the cytosol. ..
  46. Grignon N. Using SIMS and MIMS in biological materials: application to higher plants. Methods Mol Biol. 2007;369:569-91 pubmed
    ..Other proven protocols established in other laboratories for other type of organisms or biological questions will also be introduced. ..
  47. Crouzet S, Maria A, Dinan L, Lafont R, Girault J. Ecdysteroids from Cyanotis longifolia Benth. (Commelinaceae). Arch Insect Biochem Physiol. 2009;72:194-209 pubmed publisher
  48. Schreck E, Foucault Y, Sarret G, Sobanska S, Cécillon L, Castrec Rouelle M, et al. Metal and metalloid foliar uptake by various plant species exposed to atmospheric industrial fallout: mechanisms involved for lead. Sci Total Environ. 2012;427-428:253-62 pubmed publisher
    ..Internalization through the cuticle or penetration through stomata openings are proposed as two major mechanisms involved in foliar uptake of particulate matter. ..
  49. Bakiri A, Hubert J, Reynaud R, Lanthony S, Harakat D, Renault J, et al. Computer-Aided 13C NMR Chemical Profiling of Crude Natural Extracts without Fractionation. J Nat Prod. 2017;80:1387-1396 pubmed publisher
    ..The results were compared to those obtained with other methods, either involving a fractionation step before the chemical profiling process or using mass spectrometry detection in the infusion mode or coupled to gas chromatography. ..
  50. Riviere C, Goossens L, Pommery N, Fourneau C, Delelis A, Henichart J. Antiproliferative effects of isopentenylated coumarins isolated from Phellolophium madagascariense Baker. Nat Prod Res. 2006;20:909-16 pubmed
    ..The anticancer activity of the three isolated compounds and of a synthetic sample of osthol was evaluated on L1210 mouse leukemia and on human prostatic cancer hormonosensitive LNCaP and hormonoindependent PC3 and DU145 cell lines. ..
  51. Elmayan T, Adenot X, Gissot L, Lauressergues D, Gy I, Vaucheret H. A neomorphic sgs3 allele stabilizing miRNA cleavage products reveals that SGS3 acts as a homodimer. FEBS J. 2009;276:835-44 pubmed publisher
  52. Vernoud V, Laigle G, Rozier F, Meeley R, Perez P, Rogowsky P. The HD-ZIP IV transcription factor OCL4 is necessary for trichome patterning and anther development in maize. Plant J. 2009;59:883-94 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together these results suggest that OCL4 inhibits trichome development and influences division and/or differentiation of the anther cell wall. ..
  53. Attard A, Gourgues M, Callemeyn Torre N, Keller H. The immediate activation of defense responses in Arabidopsis roots is not sufficient to prevent Phytophthora parasitica infection. New Phytol. 2010;187:449-60 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, defense responses in A. thaliana roots are triggered immediately on contact with P. parasitica. Our findings suggest that the pattern of early defense mechanism activation differs between roots and leaves. ..
  54. Marmey P, Jalloul A, Alhamdia M, Assigbetse K, Cacas J, Voloudakis A, et al. The 9-lipoxygenase GhLOX1 gene is associated with the hypersensitive reaction of cotton Gossypium hirsutum to Xanthomonas campestris pv malvacearum. Plant Physiol Biochem. 2007;45:596-606 pubmed
    ..Together these results support the fact that GhLOX1 encodes a 9 LOX whose activity would be involved in cell death during cotton HR. ..
  55. Chenu K, Franck N, Lecoeur J. Simulations of virtual plants reveal a role for SERRATE in the response of leaf development to light in Arabidopsis thaliana. New Phytol. 2007;175:472-81 pubmed
    ..The se-1 mutation dramatically affects both changes in the leaf development pattern and the response to reduced incident light. Virtual plants helped to reveal the combined effects of the multiple changes induced by this mutation. ..
  56. Chaabi M, Beghidja N, Benayache S, Lobstein A. Activity-guided isolation of antioxidant principles from Limoniastrum feei (Girard) Batt. Z Naturforsch C. 2008;63:801-7 pubmed
    ..15) microM Fe2+/mL] tests, whereas myricetin was a more specific superoxide radical scavenger since it was the most active product in the superoxide nitroblue tetrazolium hypoxanthine/xanthine oxidase test [(1.86 +/- 0.12) microg/mL]. ..
  57. Dubots E, Audry M, Yamaryo Y, Bastien O, Ohta H, Breton C, et al. Activation of the chloroplast monogalactosyldiacylglycerol synthase MGD1 by phosphatidic acid and phosphatidylglycerol. J Biol Chem. 2010;285:6003-11 pubmed publisher
    ..Activation of MGD1 by PA and PG is proposed as an important mechanism coupling phospholipid and galactolipid syntheses in plants. ..
  58. Putranto R, Sanier C, Leclercq J, Duan C, Rio M, Jourdan C, et al. Differential gene expression in different types of Hevea brasiliensis roots. Plant Sci. 2012;183:149-58 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results suggest that the regulation of gene expression in lateral roots is different than that in taproots, which have a main role in nutrient uptake and transport, respectively. ..
  59. Schellenbaum P, Mohler V, Wenzel G, Walter B. Variation in DNA methylation patterns of grapevine somaclones (Vitis vinifera L.). BMC Plant Biol. 2008;8:78 pubmed publisher
    ..Therefore, somatic embryogenesis through in vitro culture technique could be useful for the selection of improved cultivars with subtle changes but conserving their main characteristics. ..
  60. Yguel B, Bailey R, Tosh N, Vialatte A, Vasseur C, Vitrac X, et al. Phytophagy on phylogenetically isolated trees: why hosts should escape their relatives. Ecol Lett. 2011;14:1117-24 pubmed publisher
    ..We suggest that reduced pressure by natural enemies is a major advantage for individuals within a host species that leave their ancestral niche and grow among distantly related species. ..
  61. Morvan Bertrand A, Boucaud J, Le Saos J, Prud homme M. Roles of the fructans from leaf sheaths and from the elongating leaf bases in the regrowth following defoliation of Lolium perenne L. Planta. 2001;213:109-20 pubmed
    ..This can be partly attributed to the transient increase in water and nitrate deposition rate. The results are discussed in relation to defoliation tolerance. ..
  62. B zier A, Lambert B, Baillieul F. Cloning of a grapevine Botrytis-responsive gene that has homology to the tobacco hypersensitivity-related hsr203J. J Exp Bot. 2002;53:2279-80 pubmed
    ..cinerea. No significant change in mRNA level was observed in leaves after UV exposure. This expression pattern suggests that BIG8.1 could be a HR-specific marker in grapevine like hsr203J in tobacco...
  63. Duret S, Berho N, Danet J, Garnier M, Renaudin J. Spiralin is not essential for helicity, motility, or pathogenicity but is required for efficient transmission of Spiroplasma citri by its leafhopper vector Circulifer haematoceps. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2003;69:6225-34 pubmed
    ..4 x 10(7) CFU/g of midribs) and produced the typical symptoms of the disease. These results indicate that spiralin is not essential for pathogenicity but is required for efficient transmission of S. citri by its insect vector...
  64. Rossard S, Roblin G, Atanassova R. Ergosterol triggers characteristic elicitation steps in Beta vulgaris leaf tissues. J Exp Bot. 2010;61:1807-16 pubmed publisher
  65. Gancel A, Ollitrault P, Froelicher Y, Tomi F, Jacquemond C, Luro F, et al. Leaf volatile compounds of six citrus somatic allotetraploid hybrids originating from various combinations of lime, lemon, citron, sweet orange, and grapefruit. J Agric Food Chem. 2005;53:2224-30 pubmed
    ..Statistical analyses show that hybrids exhibit hardly discriminable aromatic profiles, meaning that no strong dominance of one or the other parent was observed in hybrids with regards to the leaf volatile compound production. ..
  66. Tesniere C, Torregrosa L, Pradal M, Souquet J, Gilles C, Dos Santos K, et al. Effects of genetic manipulation of alcohol dehydrogenase levels on the response to stress and the synthesis of secondary metabolites in grapevine leaves. J Exp Bot. 2006;57:91-9 pubmed
    ..In general, no significant differences between sense/antisense transformants were observed with regard to carotenoid and chlorophyll contents, suggesting a strong metabolic regulation of the synthesis of these compounds. ..
  67. Nogués S, Tcherkez G, Streb P, Pardo A, Baptist F, Bligny R, et al. Respiratory carbon metabolism in the high mountain plant species Ranunculus glacialis. J Exp Bot. 2006;57:3837-45 pubmed
    ..This is the first demonstration of such a low metabolic coupling of assimilated and respired carbon in leaves. The biological significance of the uncoupling between assimilation and respiration is discussed...
  68. Cartieaux F, Contesto C, Gallou A, Desbrosses G, Kopka J, Taconnat L, et al. Simultaneous interaction of Arabidopsis thaliana with Bradyrhizobium Sp. strain ORS278 and Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato DC3000 leads to complex transcriptome changes. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2008;21:244-59 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, we show that the PGPR counterbalanced the pathogen-induced changes in expression of a series of genes. ..
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