Experts and Doctors on plant proteins in United States


Locale: United States
Topic: plant proteins

Top Publications

  1. Tan J, Helms L, Swenson R, Cowan J. Primary structure of the assimilatory-type sulfite reductase from Desulfovibrio vulgaris (Hildenborough): cloning and nucleotide sequence of the reductase gene. Biochemistry. 1991;30:9900-7 pubmed
    ..Lina, A. R., Moura, J. J. G., Xavier, A. V., Fauque, G., Peck, H. D., & Le Gall, J. (1986) Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 141, 1032-1041]...
  2. Walker M, Roy L, Coleman E, Voelker R, Barkan A. The maize tha4 gene functions in sec-independent protein transport in chloroplasts and is related to hcf106, tatA, and tatB. J Cell Biol. 1999;147:267-76 pubmed
    ..These findings support the notion that this sec-independent translocation mechanism has been highly conserved during the evolution of eucaryotic organelles from bacterial endosymbionts. ..
  3. Metz A, Wong K, Malmstr m S, Browning K. Eukaryotic initiation factor 4B from wheat and Arabidopsis thaliana is a member of a multigene family. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1999;266:314-21 pubmed publisher
    ..Interestingly, eIF4B does not stimulate eIF(iso)4F and eIF4A hydrolysis activity. Gel filtration experiments indicate wheat eIF4B, like its mammalian counterpart, self-associates to form a homodimer...
  4. Moore M, Harrison M, Peterson E, Henry R. Chloroplast Oxa1p homolog albino3 is required for post-translational integration of the light harvesting chlorophyll-binding protein into thylakoid membranes. J Biol Chem. 2000;275:1529-32 pubmed
    ..In contrast, transport by the thylakoid Sec or Delta pH pathways was unaffected. These data support a model whereby a distinct translocase containing ALB3 is used to integrate LHCP into thylakoid membranes. ..
  5. Hiscock S, McInnis S, Tabah D, Henderson C, Brennan A. Sporophytic self-incompatibility in Senecio squalidus L (Asteraceae)--the search for S. J Exp Bot. 2003;54:169-74 pubmed
    ..Together these data suggest that SSP is a strong candidate for a Senecio S-gene...
  6. Wang W, Hall A, O Malley R, Bleecker A. Canonical histidine kinase activity of the transmitter domain of the ETR1 ethylene receptor from Arabidopsis is not required for signal transmission. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2003;100:352-7 pubmed
  7. McCormick S. Control of male gametophyte development. Plant Cell. 2004;16 Suppl:S142-53 pubmed
  8. Zhang C, Guy C. In vitro evidence of Hsc70 functioning as a molecular chaperone during cold stress. Plant Physiol Biochem. 2006;44:844-50 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that the molecular chaperone Hsc70 may have a functional role in plants during low temperature stress. ..
  9. Walia H, Wilson C, Condamine P, Ismail A, Xu J, Cui X, et al. Array-based genotyping and expression analysis of barley cv. Maythorpe and Golden Promise. BMC Genomics. 2007;8:87 pubmed
    ..Transcriptome analysis indicates that the response of the two genotypes to salinity stress is quite different. Additionally, the response to salinity stress in the roots and shoot tissue is strikingly different. ..

More Information

Publications303 found, 100 shown here

  1. Kachroo A, Fu D, Havens W, Navarre D, Kachroo P, Ghabrial S. An oleic acid-mediated pathway induces constitutive defense signaling and enhanced resistance to multiple pathogens in soybean. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2008;21:564-75 pubmed publisher
    ..We also demonstrate the efficacy of BPMV-induced gene silencing as a tool for functional studies in soybean. ..
  2. DuPont F, Samoil V, Chan R. Extraction of up to 95% of wheat (Triticum aestivum) flour protein using warm sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) without reduction or sonication. J Agric Food Chem. 2008;56:7431-8 pubmed publisher
    ..25% SDS extract for Chinese Spring, whereas more gliadin was associated with the 2% SDS extract for Butte 86 and Jagger. Unextractable glutenin polymer was only 4-5% of total protein for Butte 86 and Chinese Spring and 14% for Jagger...
  3. Dayan F, Singh N, McCurdy C, Godfrey C, Larsen L, Weavers R, et al. Beta-triketone inhibitors of plant p-hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase: modeling and comparative molecular field analysis of their interactions. J Agric Food Chem. 2009;57:5194-200 pubmed publisher
  4. Qi X, Droste T, Kao C. Cell-penetrating peptides derived from viral capsid proteins. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2011;24:25-36 pubmed publisher
    ..The BMV CPNT overlaps with the sequence known to bind BMV RNA, and it can deliver BMV RNAs into cells, resulting in viral replication, as well as deliver double-stranded RNAs that can induce gene silencing. ..
  5. Hind S, Pulliam S, Veronese P, Shantharaj D, Nazir A, Jacobs N, et al. The COP9 signalosome controls jasmonic acid synthesis and plant responses to herbivory and pathogens. Plant J. 2011;65:480-91 pubmed publisher
    ..In contrast, susceptibility to tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) was not altered in CSN-silenced plants. These data demonstrate that the CSN orchestrates not only plant development but also JA-dependent plant defense responses. ..
  6. Froelich D, Mullendore D, Jensen K, Ross Elliott T, Anstead J, Thompson G, et al. Phloem ultrastructure and pressure flow: Sieve-Element-Occlusion-Related agglomerations do not affect translocation. Plant Cell. 2011;23:4428-45 pubmed publisher
    ..A reconstruction of sieve tube ultrastructure served as basis for tube resistance calculations. The impact of agglomerations on phloem flow is discussed. ..
  7. Kim K, Moinuddin S, Atwell K, Costa M, Davin L, Lewis N. Opposite stereoselectivities of dirigent proteins in Arabidopsis and schizandra species. J Biol Chem. 2012;287:33957-72 pubmed publisher
    ..In this context, sequence analyses, site-directed mutagenesis, and region swapping resulted in identification of putative substrate binding sites/regions and candidate residues controlling distinct stereoselectivities of coupling modes. ..
  8. Sun J, Bankston J, Payandeh J, Hinds T, Zagotta W, Zheng N. Crystal structure of the plant dual-affinity nitrate transporter NRT1.1. Nature. 2014;507:73-7 pubmed publisher
    ..Together with analyses of the substrate transport tunnel, our results establish a phosphorylation-controlled dimerization switch that allows NRT1.1 to uptake nitrate with two distinct affinity modes. ..
  9. von Schwartzenberg K, Lindner A, Gruhn N, Šimura J, Novák O, Strnad M, et al. CHASE domain-containing receptors play an essential role in the cytokinin response of the moss Physcomitrella patens. J Exp Bot. 2016;67:667-79 pubmed publisher
    ..In summary, our study provides a first insight into the molecular action of cytokinin in an early diverging land plant and demonstrates that CHK receptors play an essential role in bud induction and gametophore development. ..
  10. Zhang T, Zhu M, Zhu N, Strul J, Dufresne C, Schneider J, et al. Identification of thioredoxin targets in guard cell enriched epidermal peels using cysTMT proteomics. J Proteomics. 2016;133:48-53 pubmed publisher
  11. Alaswad A, Krishnan H. Immunological Investigation for the Presence of Lunasin, a Chemopreventive Soybean Peptide, in the Seeds of Diverse Plants. J Agric Food Chem. 2016;64:2901-9 pubmed publisher
    ..However, the same proteins failed to react against the lunasin C-terminal peptide antibodies. These results demonstrate that peptides identical to soybean lunasin are absent in seeds of diverse plants examined in this study. ..
  12. Schaller G, Ladd A, Lanahan M, Spanbauer J, Bleecker A. The ethylene response mediator ETR1 from Arabidopsis forms a disulfide-linked dimer. J Biol Chem. 1995;270:12526-30 pubmed
    ..These data indicate that ETR1 may use a dimeric mechanism of signal transduction in a manner similar to its bacterial counterparts but with the additional feature of a disulfide bond between monomers. ..
  13. Roy S, Jauh G, Hepler P, Lord E. Effects of Yariv phenylglycoside on cell wall assembly in the lily pollen tube. Planta. 1998;204:450-8 pubmed
    ..The data confirm the importance of AGPs in pollen tube growth and emphasize their role in the deposition of cell wall subunits within the previously synthesized cell wall. ..
  14. 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. ..
  15. Wu Y, Meeley R, Cosgrove D. Analysis and expression of the alpha-expansin and beta-expansin gene families in maize. Plant Physiol. 2001;126:222-32 pubmed
    ..The results support the concept that beta-expansins multiplied and evolved special functions in the grasses. ..
  16. Link B, Wagner E, Cosgrove D. The effect of a microgravity (space) environment on the expression of expansins from the peg and root tissues of Cucumis sativus. Physiol Plant. 2001;113:292-300 pubmed
    ..The microgravity environment did not affect the expression of CsExp3 or CsExp4, and the clinostat did not simulate the microgravity environment well. ..
  17. Lease K, Wen J, Li J, Doke J, Liscum E, Walker J. A mutant Arabidopsis heterotrimeric G-protein beta subunit affects leaf, flower, and fruit development. Plant Cell. 2001;13:2631-41 pubmed
    ..The finding that AGB1 is involved in the control of organ shape suggests that heterotrimeric G-protein signaling is a developmental regulator in Arabidopsis. ..
  18. Mori H, Cline K. A twin arginine signal peptide and the pH gradient trigger reversible assembly of the thylakoid [Delta]pH/Tat translocase. J Cell Biol. 2002;157:205-10 pubmed
    ..It also explains in part how the system can exist in the membrane without compromising its ion and proton permeability barrier. ..
  19. Li J, Kinoshita T, Pandey S, Ng C, Gygi S, Shimazaki K, et al. Modulation of an RNA-binding protein by abscisic-acid-activated protein kinase. Nature. 2002;418:793-7 pubmed
  20. Fontanini D, Jones B. SEP-1 - a subtilisin-like serine endopeptidase from germinated seeds of Hordeum vulgare L. cv. Morex. Planta. 2002;215:885-93 pubmed
  21. Kim S, Mollet J, Dong J, Zhang K, Park S, Lord E. Chemocyanin, a small basic protein from the lily stigma, induces pollen tube chemotropism. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2003;100:16125-30 pubmed
    ..2 Da. Activity of the lily plantacyanin (named chemocyanin) is enhanced in the presence of stigma/stylar cysteine-rich adhesin, previously identified as a pollen tube adhesin in the lily style. ..
  22. 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. ..
  23. Youn B, Sellhorn G, Mirchel R, Gaffney B, Grimes H, Kang C. Crystal structures of vegetative soybean lipoxygenase VLX-B and VLX-D, and comparisons with seed isoforms LOX-1 and LOX-3. Proteins. 2006;65:1008-20 pubmed
    ..In particular, the shape of the three branches of the internal subcavity, corresponding to substrate-binding and O(2) access, differs among the isoforms in a manner that reflects the differences in positional specificities. ..
  24. Zhang X, Wu X, Findley S, Wan J, Libault M, Nguyen H, et al. Molecular evolution of lysin motif-type receptor-like kinases in plants. Plant Physiol. 2007;144:623-36 pubmed
    ..We also examined synteny around plant LysM kinase genes to help reconstruct scenarios for the evolution of this important gene family. ..
  25. Musah R, He Q, Kubec R, Jadhav A. Studies of a novel cysteine sulfoxide lyase from Petiveria alliacea: the first heteromeric alliinase. Plant Physiol. 2009;151:1304-16 pubmed publisher
    ..The alliinase reacts with these substrates to produce S-benzyl phenylmethanethiosulfinate and S-(2-hydroxyethyl) 2-hydroxyethanethiosulfinate, respectively...
  26. Colquhoun T, Schimmel B, Kim J, Reinhardt D, Cline K, Clark D. A petunia chorismate mutase specialized for the production of floral volatiles. Plant J. 2010;61:145-55 pubmed publisher
    ..These results show that PhCM1 is the principal CHORISMATE MUTASE responsible for the coupling of metabolites from the shikimate pathway to the synthesis of FVBPs in the corolla of Petunia x hybrida cv. 'Mitchell Diploid'...
  27. Thakare D, Kumudini S, Dinkins R. Expression of flowering-time genes in soybean E1 near-isogenic lines under short and long day conditions. Planta. 2010;231:951-63 pubmed publisher
    ..The gene expression results in this study were similar to those of flowering-time genes found in other SD species, suggesting that the selected genes correspond to the soybean flowering-time orthologs. ..
  28. Liang Y, Faik A, Kieliszewski M, Tan L, Xu W, Showalter A. Identification and characterization of in vitro galactosyltransferase activities involved in arabinogalactan-protein glycosylation in tobacco and Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2010;154:632-42 pubmed publisher
  29. Whitehill J, Popova Butler A, Green Church K, Koch J, Herms D, Bonello P. Interspecific proteomic comparisons reveal ash phloem genes potentially involved in constitutive resistance to the emerald ash borer. PLoS ONE. 2011;6:e24863 pubmed publisher
    ..The generation of resistant North American ash genotypes can be used in forest ecosystem restoration and urban plantings following the wake of the emerald ash borer invasion. ..
  30. Ma X, Cline K. Mapping the signal peptide binding and oligomer contact sites of the core subunit of the pea twin arginine protein translocase. Plant Cell. 2013;25:999-1015 pubmed publisher
    ..Transport of substrate proteins cross-linked to the signal peptide binding site tentatively identified mutants impaired in the translocation step...
  31. Afzal A, Kim J, Mackey D. The role of NOI-domain containing proteins in plant immune signaling. BMC Genomics. 2013;14:327 pubmed publisher
    ..Recently published interactome data showing interactions between RIN4 and components of the exocyst complex prompt us to raise the hypothesis that RIN4 might be involved in defense associated vesicle trafficking. ..
  32. Nandety R, Caplan J, Cavanaugh K, Perroud B, Wroblewski T, Michelmore R, et al. The role of TIR-NBS and TIR-X proteins in plant basal defense responses. Plant Physiol. 2013;162:1459-72 pubmed publisher
  33. Bowman S, Patel M, Yerramsetty P, Mure C, Zielinski A, Bruenn J, et al. A novel RNA binding protein affects rbcL gene expression and is specific to bundle sheath chloroplasts in C4 plants. BMC Plant Biol. 2013;13:138 pubmed publisher
    ..Evolutionary modification of RLSB expression, from a C3 "default" state to BS cell-specificity, could represent one mechanism by which rbcL expression has become restricted to only one cell type in C4 plants...
  34. Pinto A, Pereira H, Zeraik A, Ciol H, Ferreira F, Brandao Neto J, et al. Filaments and fingers: Novel structural aspects of the single septin from Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. J Biol Chem. 2017;292:10899-10911 pubmed publisher
    ..The finger is conserved in all algal septin sequences, suggesting a possible correlation between the ability to form homopolymeric filaments and the accelerated rate of hydrolysis that it provides. ..
  35. Cao X, Ballew N, Barlowe C. Initial docking of ER-derived vesicles requires Uso1p and Ypt1p but is independent of SNARE proteins. EMBO J. 1998;17:2156-65 pubmed
    ..We propose that an initial vesicle docking event of ER-derived vesicles, termed tethering, depends on Uso1p and Ypt1p but is independent of SNARE proteins...
  36. Hobbie L, McGovern M, Hurwitz L, Pierro A, Liu N, Bandyopadhyay A, et al. The axr6 mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana define a gene involved in auxin response and early development. Development. 2000;127:23-32 pubmed
    ..The AXR6 gene is likely to be important for auxin response throughout the plant, including early development. ..
  37. Bernhardt C, Tierney M. Expression of AtPRP3, a proline-rich structural cell wall protein from Arabidopsis, is regulated by cell-type-specific developmental pathways involved in root hair formation. Plant Physiol. 2000;122:705-14 pubmed
    ..These results indicate that AtPRP3 is regulated by developmental pathways involved in root hair formation, and are consistent with AtPRP3's contributing to cell wall structure in Arabidopsis root hairs. ..
  38. 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. ..
  39. Dinkins R, Reddy M, Leng M, Collins G. Overexpression of the Arabidopsis thaliana MinD1 gene alters chloroplast size and number in transgenic tobacco plants. Planta. 2001;214:180-8 pubmed
    ..These results show that the Arabidopsis MinD1 gene also functions in a heterologous system and confirm the role of the MinD protein in regulation of chloroplast division. ..
  40. Cancel J, Larsen P. Loss-of-function mutations in the ethylene receptor ETR1 cause enhanced sensitivity and exaggerated response to ethylene in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2002;129:1557-67 pubmed
  41. Cui H, Fedoroff N. Inducible DNA demethylation mediated by the maize Suppressor-mutator transposon-encoded TnpA protein. Plant Cell. 2002;14:2883-99 pubmed
  42. Qi Y, Ding B. Inhibition of cell growth and shoot development by a specific nucleotide sequence in a noncoding viroid RNA. Plant Cell. 2003;15:1360-74 pubmed
  43. Nandi A, Welti R, Shah J. The Arabidopsis thaliana dihydroxyacetone phosphate reductase gene SUPPRESSSOR OF FATTY ACID DESATURASE DEFICIENCY1 is required for glycerolipid metabolism and for the activation of systemic acquired resistance. Plant Cell. 2004;16:465-77 pubmed
    ..Plastid glycerolipid composition was altered in the sfd1 mutant plant, suggesting that SFD1 is involved in lipid metabolism and that an SFD1 product lipid(s) is important for the activation of SAR. ..
  44. P lissier H, Frerich A, Desimone M, Schumacher K, Tegeder M. PvUPS1, an allantoin transporter in nodulated roots of French bean. Plant Physiol. 2004;134:664-75 pubmed publisher
    ..These results strengthen our prediction that in bean nodules, PvUPS1 is involved in delivery of allantoin to the vascular bundle and loading into the nodule phloem...
  45. Zhu C, Perry S. Control of expression and autoregulation of AGL15, a member of the MADS-box family. Plant J. 2005;41:583-94 pubmed
    ..This feedback loop is at least in part due to direct regulation, as assessed by in vivo and in vitro binding of AGL15 to its own regulatory regions and by site-directed mutagenesis studies. ..
  46. 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. ..
  47. Mei C, Qi M, Sheng G, Yang Y. Inducible overexpression of a rice allene oxide synthase gene increases the endogenous jasmonic acid level, PR gene expression, and host resistance to fungal infection. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2006;19:1127-37 pubmed publisher
    ..grisea infection. Our results suggest that JA plays a significant role in PR gene induction and blast resistance in rice plants...
  48. Kevany B, Taylor M, Klee H. Fruit-specific suppression of the ethylene receptor LeETR4 results in early-ripening tomato fruit. Plant Biotechnol J. 2008;6:295-300 pubmed publisher
    ..These results demonstrate that ethylene receptors probably act as biological clocks regulating the onset of tomato fruit ripening...
  49. Grimsrud P, den Os D, Wenger C, Swaney D, Schwartz D, Sussman M, et al. Large-scale phosphoprotein analysis in Medicago truncatula roots provides insight into in vivo kinase activity in legumes. Plant Physiol. 2010;152:19-28 pubmed publisher
    ..Finally, we used these data to create an open-access online database for M. truncatula phosphoproteomic data. ..
  50. Bednarek S, Backues S. Plant dynamin-related protein families DRP1 and DRP2 in plant development. Biochem Soc Trans. 2010;38:797-806 pubmed publisher
  51. Danilova T, Friebe B, Gill B. Single-copy gene fluorescence in situ hybridization and genome analysis: Acc-2 loci mark evolutionary chromosomal rearrangements in wheat. Chromosoma. 2012;121:597-611 pubmed publisher
    ..FISH with the Acc-2 probe revealed the 4A-5A translocation, shared by several related diploid and polyploid species and inherited from an ancestral A-genome species, and the T. timopheevii-specific 4A(t)-3A(t) translocation...
  52. Tang F, Yang S, Liu J, Zhu H. Rj4, a Gene Controlling Nodulation Specificity in Soybeans, Encodes a Thaumatin-Like Protein But Not the One Previously Reported. Plant Physiol. 2016;170:26-32 pubmed publisher
    ..Instead, we provide convincing evidence that Rj4 is Glyma.01g165800-D, a duplicated and unique version of Glyma.01g165800, that has evolved the ability to control symbiotic specificity. ..
  53. Mong S, Cochran F, Yu H, Graziano Z, Lin Y, Cochran J, et al. Heterochiral Knottin Protein: Folding and Solution Structure. Biochemistry. 2017;56:5720-5725 pubmed publisher
    ..We also find these heterochiral proteins to be more resistant to proteolysis than homochiral l-proteins. This work informs the design of heterochiral protein architectures containing stretches of both d- and l-amino acids...
  54. Delauney A, Cheon C, Snyder P, Verma D. A nodule-specific sequence encoding a methionine-rich polypeptide, nodulin-21. Plant Mol Biol. 1990;14:449-51 pubmed
  55. Hong Z, Geisler Lee C, Zhang Z, Verma D. Phragmoplastin dynamics: multiple forms, microtubule association and their roles in cell plate formation in plants. Plant Mol Biol. 2003;53:297-312 pubmed
    ..Whereas the DRP1 subfamily members are involved in tubulization of membranes, DRP2 may be involved in endocytosis and membrane recycling via clathrin-coated vesicles...
  56. Fan Z, Yuan L. Production of multifunctional chimaeric enzymes in plants: a promising approach for degrading plant cell wall from within. Plant Biotechnol J. 2010;8:308-15 pubmed publisher
    ..The results demonstrate the feasibility of producing multifunctional lignocellulosic hydrolases in plants. Key considerations in the design, construction and plant expression of the chimaeric genes are discussed. ..
  57. Chuck G, Bortiri E. The unique relationship between tsh4 and ra2 in patterning floral phytomers. Plant Signal Behav. 2010;5:979-81 pubmed
    ..The tasselsheath4 (tsh4) gene accomplishes this through regulation of the ramosa2 (ra2) meristem determinacy gene, whereas tasselsheath1 (tsh1) appears to function differently. ..
  58. Huang T, Nagy P. Direct inhibition of tombusvirus plus-strand RNA synthesis by a dominant negative mutant of a host metabolic enzyme, glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase, in yeast and plants. J Virol. 2011;85:9090-102 pubmed publisher
    ..Overall, the obtained data support the model that the co-opted GAPDH plays a direct role in TBSV replication by stimulating plus-strand synthesis by the viral replicase. ..
  59. Aldridge C, Storm A, Cline K, Dabney Smith C. The chloroplast twin arginine transport (Tat) component, Tha4, undergoes conformational changes leading to Tat protein transport. J Biol Chem. 2012;287:34752-63 pubmed publisher
    ..Implications for the mode by which the substrate protein crosses the bilayer are discussed...
  60. Giroux M, Hannah L. ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase in shrunken-2 and brittle-2 mutants of maize. Mol Gen Genet. 1994;243:400-8 pubmed
    ..Thus Agp1 and Agp2 or closely related genes may be responsible for the residual activity in some sh2 and bt2 mutants. Surprisingly, no evidence of post-translational modification of the SH2 and BT2 protein subunits was detected. ..
  61. Heppard E, Kinney A, Stecca K, Miao G. Developmental and growth temperature regulation of two different microsomal omega-6 desaturase genes in soybeans. Plant Physiol. 1996;110:311-9 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that the elevated polyunsaturated fatty acid levels in developing soybean seeds grown at low temperature are not due to the enhanced expression of omega-6 desaturase genes. ..
  62. Riechmann J, Meyerowitz E. The AP2/EREBP family of plant transcription factors. Biol Chem. 1998;379:633-46 pubmed
  63. Wagner D, Sablowski R, Meyerowitz E. Transcriptional activation of APETALA1 by LEAFY. Science. 1999;285:582-4 pubmed
    ..This AP1 induction is independent of protein synthesis and occurs specifically in the tissues and at the developmental stage in which floral fate is assumed. Later expression of AP1 appears to be only indirectly affected by LFY. ..
  64. Culligan K, Hays J. Arabidopsis MutS homologs-AtMSH2, AtMSH3, AtMSH6, and a novel AtMSH7-form three distinct protein heterodimers with different specificities for mismatched DNA. Plant Cell. 2000;12:991-1002 pubmed
    ..Thus, AtMSH2*AtMSH7 may be specialized for lesions/base mispairs not tested or for (T/G) mispairs in special contexts. ..
  65. Cahoon E, Ripp K, Hall S, Kinney A. Formation of conjugated delta8,delta10-double bonds by delta12-oleic-acid desaturase-related enzymes: biosynthetic origin of calendic acid. J Biol Chem. 2001;276:2637-43 pubmed
    ..Regiospecificity for Delta(9)-double bonds is unprecedented among FAD2-related enzymes and further expands the functional diversity found in this family of enzymes. ..
  66. Zhong R, Ye Z. Alteration of auxin polar transport in the Arabidopsis ifl1 mutants. Plant Physiol. 2001;126:549-63 pubmed
    ..Taken together, these results suggest a correlation between the reduced auxin polar transport and the alteration of cell differentiation and morphology in the ifl1 mutants. ..
  67. 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. ..
  68. Bomblies K, Wang R, Ambrose B, Schmidt R, Meeley R, Doebley J. Duplicate FLORICAULA/LEAFY homologs zfl1 and zfl2 control inflorescence architecture and flower patterning in maize. Development. 2003;130:2385-95 pubmed
  69. DuPont F, Chan R, Lopez R, Vensel W. Sequential extraction and quantitative recovery of gliadins, glutenins, and other proteins from small samples of wheat flour. J Agric Food Chem. 2005;53:1575-84 pubmed
    ..This method should be useful for determining flour composition in diverse samples and evaluating relationships between proteins and end-use functionality. ..
  70. Sliwinski M, White M, Maizel A, Weigel D, Baum D. Evolutionary divergence of LFY function in the mustards Arabidopsis thaliana and Leavenworthia crassa. Plant Mol Biol. 2006;62:279-89 pubmed
    ..thaliana in both the cis-regulatory and protein-coding regions and imply that molecular coevolution of LcrLFY and the L. crassa TFL1 ortholog, LcrTFL1, contributed to the evolution of rosette flowering. ..
  71. Pan Z, Rimando A, Baerson S, Fishbein M, Duke S. Functional characterization of desaturases involved in the formation of the terminal double bond of an unusual 16:3Delta(9,12,150) fatty acid isolated from Sorghum bicolor root hairs. J Biol Chem. 2007;282:4326-35 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, the present results strongly suggest that these fatty acid desaturases represent key enzymes involved in the biosynthesis of the allelochemical sorgoleone...
  72. Fu H, Yadav M, Nothnagel E. Physcomitrella patens arabinogalactan proteins contain abundant terminal 3-O-methyl-L: -rhamnosyl residues not found in angiosperms. Planta. 2007;226:1511-24 pubmed
  73. L Starnes D, Padmanabhan P, Sahi S. Effect of P sources on growth, P accumulation and activities of phytase and acid phosphatases in two cultivars of annual ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum L.). Plant Physiol Biochem. 2008;46:580-9 pubmed publisher
  74. Kupchak B, Villa N, Kulemina L, Lyons T. Dissecting the regulation of yeast genes by the osmotin receptor. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2008;374:210-3 pubmed publisher
    ..The involvement of Nrg1p/Nrgp2 in Izh2p-dependent gene regulation also suggests a role for this receptor in regulating fungal differentiation in response to stimuli produced by plants. ..
  75. Ladics G. Current codex guidelines for assessment of potential protein allergenicity. Food Chem Toxicol. 2008;46 Suppl 10:S20-3 pubmed publisher
    ..Additional approaches may be considered (e.g., animal models; targeted sera screening) as the science evolves; however, such approaches have not been thoroughly evaluated or validated for predicting protein allergenicity. ..
  76. Dalton D, Boniface C, Turner Z, Lindahl A, Kim H, Jelinek L, et al. Physiological roles of glutathione s-transferases in soybean root nodules. Plant Physiol. 2009;150:521-30 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings indicate that GSTs are abundant in nodules and likely function to provide antioxidant defenses that are critical to support nitrogen fixation. ..
  77. Chen Y, Halterman D. Phenotypic characterization of potato late blight resistance mediated by the broad-spectrum resistance gene RB. Phytopathology. 2011;101:263-70 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, this suggests that suppression of certain defense-related genes may allow P. infestans to spread beyond the site of infection in the partially resistant host despite elicitation of hypersensitive cell death. ..
  78. Dal Cin V, Tieman D, Tohge T, McQuinn R, De Vos R, Osorio S, et al. Identification of genes in the phenylalanine metabolic pathway by ectopic expression of a MYB transcription factor in tomato fruit. Plant Cell. 2011;23:2738-53 pubmed publisher
    ..However, while increased levels of these human nutrition-related phenylpropanoids may be desirable, there were no increases in levels of Phe-derived flavor volatiles. ..
  79. Jewell C, Papineau A, Freyre R, Moyle L. Patterns of reproductive isolation in Nolana (Chilean bellflower). Evolution. 2012;66:2628-36 pubmed publisher
    ..In general, among the potential isolating stages examined here, postzygotic barriers appear to be more effective contributors to reducing gene flow, including between sympatric species. ..
  80. Cook D, Lee T, Guo X, Melito S, Wang K, Bayless A, et al. Copy number variation of multiple genes at Rhg1 mediates nematode resistance in soybean. Science. 2012;338:1206-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Hence, SCN resistance mediated by the soybean quantitative trait locus Rhg1 is conferred by copy number variation that increases the expression of a set of dissimilar genes in a repeated multigene segment...
  81. Molina Rueda J, Tsai C, Kirby E. The Populus superoxide dismutase gene family and its responses to drought stress in transgenic poplar overexpressing a pine cytosolic glutamine synthetase (GS1a). PLoS ONE. 2013;8:e56421 pubmed publisher
    ..SOD was the only gene family found to exhibit such patterns...
  82. Berbasova T, Nallur S, Sells T, Smith K, Gordon P, Tausta S, et al. Fluoride export (FEX) proteins from fungi, plants and animals are 'single barreled' channels containing one functional and one vestigial ion pore. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0177096 pubmed publisher
    ..These data suggest that FEX family of fluoride channels in eukaryotes are 'single-barreled' transporters containing one functional pore and a second non-functional vestigial remnant of a homologous gene fusion event. ..
  83. Qin J, Zhang J, Wang F, Wang J, Zheng Z, Yin C, et al. iTRAQ protein profile analysis of developmental dynamics in soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] leaves. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0181910 pubmed publisher
    ..This dataset will serve as the foundation for a systems biology approach to understanding photosynthetic development...
  84. Schwartz B, Sloan J, Becker W. Characterization of genes encoding hydroxypyruvate reductase in cucumber. Plant Mol Biol. 1991;17:941-7 pubmed
    ..Several elements that are homologous to regulatory elements of other plant genes have been identified in the flanking regions of hpr-A. ..
  85. Roy L, Barkan A. A SecY homologue is required for the elaboration of the chloroplast thylakoid membrane and for normal chloroplast gene expression. J Cell Biol. 1998;141:385-95 pubmed
    ..CpSecY mutants also exhibit a defect in chloroplast translation, revealing a link between chloroplast membrane biogenesis and chloroplast gene expression. ..
  86. Hong Y, Sarge K. Regulation of protein phosphatase 2A activity by heat shock transcription factor 2. J Biol Chem. 1999;274:12967-70 pubmed
    ..This could function as a mechanism by which hsp expression is integrated with the control of cell division or other PP2A-regulated pathways. ..
  87. Aukerman M, Lee I, Weigel D, Amasino R. The Arabidopsis flowering-time gene LUMINIDEPENDENS is expressed primarily in regions of cell proliferation and encodes a nuclear protein that regulates LEAFY expression. Plant J. 1999;18:195-203 pubmed
    ..These data are consistent with the idea that at least one function of LD is to participate in the regulation of LFY. ..
  88. Bih F, Wu S, Ratnayake C, Walling L, Nothnagel E, Huang A. The predominant protein on the surface of maize pollen is an endoxylanase synthesized by a tapetum mRNA with a long 5' leader. J Biol Chem. 1999;274:22884-94 pubmed
    ..Its possible role in the hydrolysis of the maize type II primary cell wall (having xylose, glucose, and arabinose as the major moieties) of the tapetum cells and the stigma surface is discussed. ..
  89. 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. ..
  90. Garthoff L, Henderson G, Sager A, Sobotka T, Gaines D, O Donnell M, et al. Pathological evaluation, clinical chemistry and plasma cholecystokinin in neonatal and young miniature swine fed soy trypsin inhibitor from 1 to 39 weeks of age. Food Chem Toxicol. 2002;40:501-16 pubmed
    ..None of the effects suggested that this dose of TI was toxic to either the neonatal or sexually mature miniature male swine. ..
  91. Bartoszewski G, Malepszy S, Havey M. Mosaic (MSC) cucumbers regenerated from independent cell cultures possess different mitochondrial rearrangements. Curr Genet. 2004;45:45-53 pubmed publisher
  92. Chen Y, Shakeel S, Bowers J, Zhao X, Etheridge N, Schaller G. Ligand-induced degradation of the ethylene receptor ETR2 through a proteasome-dependent pathway in Arabidopsis. J Biol Chem. 2007;282:24752-8 pubmed
    ..These data support a model in which ETR2 is degraded by a proteasome-dependent pathway in response to ethylene binding. Implications of this model for ethylene signaling are discussed. ..