Experts and Doctors on plant rna in Germany

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Locale: Germany
Topic: plant rna

Top Publications

  1. Steiner Lange S, Fischer A, Boettcher A, Rouhara I, Liedgens H, Schmelzer E, et al. Differential defense reactions in leaf tissues of barley in response to infection by Rhynchosporium secalis and to treatment with a fungal avirulence gene product. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2003;16:893-902 pubmed publisher
    ..In contrast, gene expression in the mesophyll is likely to be triggered by an as yet unknown signal that appears to originate in the epidermis and that is strongly amplified in the mesophyll...
  2. Schmitz Linneweber C, Kushnir S, Babiychuk E, Poltnigg P, Herrmann R, Maier R. Pigment deficiency in nightshade/tobacco cybrids is caused by the failure to edit the plastid ATPase alpha-subunit mRNA. Plant Cell. 2005;17:1815-28 pubmed
  3. Liere K, Kaden D, Maliga P, Börner T. Overexpression of phage-type RNA polymerase RpoTp in tobacco demonstrates its role in chloroplast transcription by recognizing a distinct promoter type. Nucleic Acids Res. 2004;32:1159-65 pubmed
    ..These data provide direct evidence that RpoTp is a catalytic subunit of NEP and involved in recognition of a distinct subset of type I NEP promoters. ..
  4. Alves L, Niemeier S, Hauenschild A, Rehmsmeier M, Merkle T. Comprehensive prediction of novel microRNA targets in Arabidopsis thaliana. Nucleic Acids Res. 2009;37:4010-21 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results are in line with recent observations that the majority of miRNA targets are not transcription factors. ..
  5. Kreuzwieser J, Hauberg J, Howell K, Carroll A, Rennenberg H, Millar A, et al. Differential response of gray poplar leaves and roots underpins stress adaptation during hypoxia. Plant Physiol. 2009;149:461-73 pubmed publisher
    ..The coordinated physiological and molecular responses in leaves and roots, coupled with the transport of metabolites, reveal important stress adaptations to ensure survival during long periods of root hypoxia. ..
  6. Sulpice R, Sienkiewicz Porzucek A, Osorio S, Krahnert I, Stitt M, Fernie A, et al. Mild reductions in cytosolic NADP-dependent isocitrate dehydrogenase activity result in lower amino acid contents and pigmentation without impacting growth. Amino Acids. 2010;39:1055-66 pubmed publisher
    ..These data are discussed within the context of current models for the role of the various isoforms of isocitrate dehydrogenase within plant amino acid metabolism. ..
  7. Melkus G, Rolletschek H, Radchuk R, Fuchs J, Rutten T, Wobus U, et al. The metabolic role of the legume endosperm: a noninvasive imaging study. Plant Physiol. 2009;151:1139-54 pubmed publisher
    ..We argue for a degree of metabolite-mediated control exerted by the endosperm on the growth of, and assimilate storage by, the embryo. ..
  8. Fornara F, Coupland G. Plant phase transitions make a SPLash. Cell. 2009;138:625-7 pubmed publisher
    ..Recent findings reported in Cell (Wang et al., 2009; Wu et al., 2009) and Developmental Cell (Yamaguchi et al., 2009) reveal how microRNAs and their transcription factor targets coordinate these phase transitions. ..
  9. Watanabe K, Pacher M, Dukowic S, Schubert V, Puchta H, Schubert I. The STRUCTURAL MAINTENANCE OF CHROMOSOMES 5/6 complex promotes sister chromatid alignment and homologous recombination after DNA damage in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell. 2009;21:2688-99 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results suggest that the SMC5/6 complex promotes sister chromatid cohesion after DNA breakage and facilitates homologous recombination between sister chromatids...

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  1. Lehmann M, Schwarzlander M, Obata T, Sirikantaramas S, Burow M, Olsen C, et al. The metabolic response of Arabidopsis roots to oxidative stress is distinct from that of heterotrophic cells in culture and highlights a complex relationship between the levels of transcripts, metabolites, and flux. Mol Plant. 2009;2:390-406 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, the results suggest that root tissues can recover metabolic activity after oxidative inhibition and highlight potentially important roles for glycolysis and the oxidative pentose phosphate pathway. ..
  2. Goddemeier M, Wulff D, Feix G. Root-specific expression of a Zea mays gene encoding a novel glycine-rich protein, zmGRP3. Plant Mol Biol. 1998;36:799-802 pubmed
    ..Genomic Southern analysis indicates that the zmGRP3 gene is present in the maize genome as one or two copies or at a low copy number. ..
  3. Dresselhaus T, Cordts S, Lorz H. A transcript encoding translation initiation factor eIF-5A is stored in unfertilized egg cells of maize. Plant Mol Biol. 1999;39:1063-71 pubmed
    ..We also suggest that the regulation of eif-5A in the first embryonic cell cycle is different from the somatic cell cycle. ..
  4. Weigelt K, Küster H, Rutten T, Fait A, Fernie A, Miersch O, et al. ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase-deficient pea embryos reveal specific transcriptional and metabolic changes of carbon-nitrogen metabolism and stress responses. Plant Physiol. 2009;149:395-411 pubmed publisher
  5. Schmidt A, Wächtler B, Temp U, Krekling T, Seguin A, Gershenzon J. A bifunctional geranyl and geranylgeranyl diphosphate synthase is involved in terpene oleoresin formation in Picea abies. Plant Physiol. 2010;152:639-55 pubmed publisher
  6. Frank M, Rupp H, Prinsen E, Motyka V, Van Onckelen H, Schmülling T. Hormone autotrophic growth and differentiation identifies mutant lines of Arabidopsis with altered cytokinin and auxin content or signaling. Plant Physiol. 2000;122:721-9 pubmed
    ..These results indicate that screening for hormone-autonomous growth identifies mutants with altered hormone content or signaling. ..
  7. Jonietz C, Forner J, Hölzle A, Thuss S, Binder S. RNA PROCESSING FACTOR2 is required for 5' end processing of nad9 and cox3 mRNAs in mitochondria of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell. 2010;22:443-53 pubmed publisher
    ..The identification of RPF2 is a major step toward the characterization of 5' mRNA processing in mitochondria of higher plants. ..
  8. Gotz T, Sandmann G, Romer S. Expression of a bacterial carotene hydroxylase gene (crtZ) enhances UV tolerance in tobacco. Plant Mol Biol. 2002;50:129-42 pubmed
    ..Our results indicate that an enhancement of zeaxanthin formation in the presence of a functional xanthophyll cycle contributes to UV stress protection and prevention of UV damage. ..
  9. Milkowski C, Baumert A, Schmidt D, Nehlin L, Strack D. Molecular regulation of sinapate ester metabolism in Brassica napus: expression of genes, properties of the encoded proteins and correlation of enzyme activities with metabolite accumulation. Plant J. 2004;38:80-92 pubmed publisher
    ..napus. Together with sinapine esterase (SCE) and sinapoylglucose:malate sinapoyltransferase (SMT), activities of BnSGT1 and BnSCT show a close correlation with the accumulation kinetics of the corresponding metabolites...
  10. Schöning J, Streitner C, Page D, Hennig S, Uchida K, Wolf E, et al. Auto-regulation of the circadian slave oscillator component AtGRP7 and regulation of its targets is impaired by a single RNA recognition motif point mutation. Plant J. 2007;52:1119-30 pubmed
  11. Vogel J, B rner T, Hess W. Comparative analysis of splicing of the complete set of chloroplast group II introns in three higher plant mutants. Nucleic Acids Res. 1999;27:3866-74 pubmed
    ..Our data provide evidence for a variety of splicing factors and pathways in the chloroplast, some encoded by nuclear and some by chloroplast genes, and possibly for a dual function of some of these factors...
  12. Floss D, Hause B, Lange P, Küster H, Strack D, Walter M. Knock-down of the MEP pathway isogene 1-deoxy-D-xylulose 5-phosphate synthase 2 inhibits formation of arbuscular mycorrhiza-induced apocarotenoids, and abolishes normal expression of mycorrhiza-specific plant marker genes. Plant J. 2008;56:86-100 pubmed publisher
    ..They further validate the concept of a distinct role for DXS2 in secondary metabolism, and offer a novel tool to selectively manipulate the levels of secondary isoprenoids by targeting their precursor supply. ..
  13. Sreenivasulu N, Altschmied L, Panitz R, Hähnel U, Michalek W, Weschke W, et al. Identification of genes specifically expressed in maternal and filial tissues of barley caryopses: a cDNA array analysis. Mol Genet Genomics. 2002;266:758-67 pubmed
    ..This gene, represented by clone HY09L21, may play a central role in transport processes and thus in embryo growth. ..
  14. Balazadeh S, Siddiqui H, Allu A, Matallana Ramirez L, Caldana C, Mehrnia M, et al. A gene regulatory network controlled by the NAC transcription factor ANAC092/AtNAC2/ORE1 during salt-promoted senescence. Plant J. 2010;62:250-64 pubmed publisher
    ..We conclude that ANAC092 exerts its functions during senescence and seed germination through partly overlapping target gene sets. ..
  15. Cormack R, Hahlbrock K, Somssich I. Isolation of putative plant transcriptional coactivators using a modified two-hybrid system incorporating a GFP reporter gene. Plant J. 1998;14:685-92 pubmed
    ..The involvement of these proteins in general plant transcription as well as the advantages of using GFP as a reporter gene for detecting protein-protein interactions are discussed. ..
  16. Rubio Somoza I, Cuperus J, Weigel D, Carrington J. Regulation and functional specialization of small RNA-target nodes during plant development. Curr Opin Plant Biol. 2009;12:622-7 pubmed publisher
    ..Here, we focus on the idea of distinct small RNA-target transcript pairs as nodes within biological networks, and review progress toward understanding the role of small RNA-target nodes in the context of auxin signaling. ..
  17. Haasen D, Kohler C, Neuhaus G, Merkle T. Nuclear export of proteins in plants: AtXPO1 is the export receptor for leucine-rich nuclear export signals in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant J. 1999;20:695-705 pubmed
    ..In BY-2 protoplasts the NES of AtRanBP1a is functionally indistinguishable from the Rev NES. Our results demonstrate that the machinery for the nuclear export of proteins is functionally conserved in plants. ..
  18. Pogány M, von Rad U, Grün S, Dongo A, Pintye A, Simoneau P, et al. Dual roles of reactive oxygen species and NADPH oxidase RBOHD in an Arabidopsis-Alternaria pathosystem. Plant Physiol. 2009;151:1459-75 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that functional RBOHD triggers death in cells that are damaged by fungal infection but simultaneously inhibits death in neighboring cells through the suppression of free salicylic acid and ethylene levels. ..
  19. Bucher M, Schroeer B, Willmitzer L, Riesmeier J. Two genes encoding extension-like proteins are predominantly expressed in tomato root hair cells. Plant Mol Biol. 1997;35:497-508 pubmed
    ..Dhp treatment resulted in changes in root growth and the development of root hairs with reduced hair length, suggesting an important role of HRGPs in hair morphogenesis. ..
  20. Bender Machado L, Bäuerlein M, Carrari F, Schauer N, Lytovchenko A, Gibon Y, et al. Expression of a yeast acetyl CoA hydrolase in the mitochondrion of tobacco plants inhibits growth and restricts photosynthesis. Plant Mol Biol. 2004;55:645-62 pubmed
    ..In summary these results suggest that the content of acetyl CoA is under tight control and that alterations in the level of this central metabolite have severe metabolic and developmental consequences in tobacco. ..
  21. Hansch R, Fessel D, Witt C, Hesberg C, Hoffmann G, Walch Liu P, et al. Tobacco plants that lack expression of functional nitrate reductase in roots show changes in growth rates and metabolite accumulation. J Exp Bot. 2001;52:1251-8 pubmed
    ..These plants will be a useful tool for laboratories studying nitrate assimilation and its interactions with carbon metabolism. ..
  22. Fellenberg C, Milkowski C, Hause B, Lange P, Bottcher C, Schmidt J, et al. Tapetum-specific location of a cation-dependent O-methyltransferase in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant J. 2008;56:132-45 pubmed publisher
    ..The in vitro substrate specificity and the in vivo RNAi-mediated suppression data of the corresponding gene suggest a role of this cation-dependent CCoAOMT-like protein in the stamen/pollen development of A. thaliana. ..
  23. Mukhtar M, Deslandes L, Auriac M, Marco Y, Somssich I. The Arabidopsis transcription factor WRKY27 influences wilt disease symptom development caused by Ralstonia solanacearum. Plant J. 2008;56:935-47 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results show that WRKY27 negatively influences symptom development of a vascular pathogen, possibly by affecting signaling or trafficking between the phloem and the xylem. ..
  24. Wang J, Schwab R, Czech B, Mica E, Weigel D. Dual effects of miR156-targeted SPL genes and CYP78A5/KLUH on plastochron length and organ size in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell. 2008;20:1231-43 pubmed publisher
  25. Sureshkumar S, Todesco M, Schneeberger K, Harilal R, Balasubramanian S, Weigel D. A genetic defect caused by a triplet repeat expansion in Arabidopsis thaliana. Science. 2009;323:1060-3 pubmed publisher
    ..The Bur-0 IIL1 defect thus presents a genetically tractable model for triplet repeat expansions and their variability in natural populations. ..
  26. Fahnenstich H, Scarpeci T, Valle E, Flügge U, Maurino V. Generation of hydrogen peroxide in chloroplasts of Arabidopsis overexpressing glycolate oxidase as an inducible system to study oxidative stress. Plant Physiol. 2008;148:719-29 pubmed publisher
  27. Riemenschneider A, Wegele R, Schmidt A, Papenbrock J. Isolation and characterization of a D-cysteine desulfhydrase protein from Arabidopsis thaliana. FEBS J. 2005;272:1291-304 pubmed
    ..Plants grown under low sulfate concentration showed an accumulation of D-CDes RNA and increased protein levels, the D-CDes activity was almost unchanged. Putative in vivo functions of the Arabidopsisd-CDes protein are discussed. ..
  28. Fode B, Siemsen T, Thurow C, Weigel R, Gatz C. The Arabidopsis GRAS protein SCL14 interacts with class II TGA transcription factors and is essential for the activation of stress-inducible promoters. Plant Cell. 2008;20:3122-35 pubmed publisher
    ..Hence, the TGA/SCL14 complex seems to be involved in the activation of a general broad-spectrum detoxification network upon challenge of plants with xenobiotics. ..
  29. Thimm O, Bläsing O, Gibon Y, Nagel A, Meyer S, Kruger P, et al. MAPMAN: a user-driven tool to display genomics data sets onto diagrams of metabolic pathways and other biological processes. Plant J. 2004;37:914-39 pubmed
  30. Germeroth L, Reiländer H, Michel H. Molecular cloning, DNA sequence and transcriptional analysis of the Rhodospirillum molischianum B800/850 light-harvesting genes. Biochim Biophys Acta. 1996;1275:145-50 pubmed
    ..Transcriptional operon analysis revealed that the genes A1B1 and A2B2 are both dicistronically transcribed, whereas the gene A3 is not. ..
  31. Georg J, Honsel A, Voss B, Rennenberg H, Hess W. A long antisense RNA in plant chloroplasts. New Phytol. 2010;186:615-22 pubmed publisher
  32. Beckmann K, Dzuibany C, Biehler K, Fock H, Hell R, Migge A, et al. Photosynthesis and fluorescence quenching, and the mRNA levels of plastidic glutamine synthetase or of mitochondrial serine hydroxymethyltransferase (SHMT) in the leaves of the wild-type and of the SHMT-deficient stm mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana in. Planta. 1997;202:379-86 pubmed
  33. Hardtke C, Berleth T. The Arabidopsis gene MONOPTEROS encodes a transcription factor mediating embryo axis formation and vascular development. EMBO J. 1998;17:1405-11 pubmed
    ..These observations suggest that the MP gene has an early function in the establishment of vascular and body patterns in embryonic and post-embryonic development. ..
  34. Baum M, Beier H. Wheat cytoplasmic arginine tRNA isoacceptor with a U*CG anticodon is an efficient UGA suppressor in vitro. Nucleic Acids Res. 1998;26:1390-5 pubmed
  35. Schopfer C, Ebel J. Identification of elicitor-induced cytochrome P450s of soybean (Glycine max L.) using differential display of mRNA. Mol Gen Genet. 1998;258:315-22 pubmed
    ..Consequently, this approach offers a straightforward alternative to classical P450 isolation strategies via protein purification and should prove especially useful for isolating P450s that are expressed at a low level. ..
  36. Bischoff F, Vahlkamp L, Molendijk A, Palme K. Localization of AtROP4 and AtROP6 and interaction with the guanine nucleotide dissociation inhibitor AtRhoGDI1 from Arabidopsis. Plant Mol Biol. 2000;42:515-30 pubmed
    ..Recombinant GST-AtRhoGDI1 could bind GFP-AtROP4 from transgenic tobacco BY2 cell extracts, confirming the interaction observed with the two-hybrid system. ..
  37. Hermsmeier D, Schittko U, Baldwin I. Molecular interactions between the specialist herbivore Manduca sexta (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae) and its natural host Nicotiana attenuata. I. Large-scale changes in the accumulation of growth- and defense-related plant mRNAs. Plant Physiol. 2001;125:683-700 pubmed
    ..Full-length sequences were obtained for TD and the pathogen-inducible alpha-dioxygenase, PIOX. Effects of abiotic and biotic stimuli were investigated for transcripts encoding TD, importin alpha, PIOX, and a GAL83-like kinase cofactor. ..
  38. Kirsch C, Logemann E, Lippok B, Schmelzer E, Hahlbrock K. A highly specific pathogen-responsive promoter element from the immediate-early activated CMPG1 gene in Petroselinum crispum. Plant J. 2001;26:217-27 pubmed
  39. Lopukhina A, Dettenberg M, Weiler E, Holländer Czytko H. Cloning and characterization of a coronatine-regulated tyrosine aminotransferase from Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2001;126:1678-87 pubmed
    ..The potential role of TAT in the defense response to herbivores and pathogens is discussed. ..
  40. Schweizer P. Tissue-specific expression of a defence-related peroxidase in transgenic wheat potentiates cell death in pathogen-attacked leaf epidermis. Mol Plant Pathol. 2008;9:45-57 pubmed publisher
    ..I therefore suggest that the transgenic plants presented here can be regarded as substantially equivalent to non-transgenic wheat. ..
  41. Skirycz A, Radziejwoski A, Busch W, Hannah M, Czeszejko J, Kwaśniewski M, et al. The DOF transcription factor OBP1 is involved in cell cycle regulation in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant J. 2008;56:779-92 pubmed publisher
    ..Our findings provide significant input into our understanding of how cell cycle activity is incorporated into plant growth and development. ..
  42. Karcher D, Bock R. Identification of the chloroplast adenosine-to-inosine tRNA editing enzyme. RNA. 2009;15:1251-7 pubmed publisher
    ..The RNAi lines display a mild growth phenotype, presumably due to reduced chloroplast translational efficiency upon limited availability of edited tRNA-Arg(ACG). ..
  43. Beck M, Komis G, Muller J, Menzel D, Samaj J. Arabidopsis homologs of nucleus- and phragmoplast-localized kinase 2 and 3 and mitogen-activated protein kinase 4 are essential for microtubule organization. Plant Cell. 2010;22:755-71 pubmed publisher
    ..These data suggest that ANP2/ANP3, MPK4, and the microtubule-associated protein MAP65-1, a putative target of MPK4 signaling, are all essential for the proper organization of cortical microtubules in Arabidopsis epidermal cells. ..
  44. Orashakova S, Lange M, Lange S, Wege S, Becker A. The CRABS CLAW ortholog from California poppy (Eschscholzia californica, Papaveraceae), EcCRC, is involved in floral meristem termination, gynoecium differentiation and ovule initiation. Plant J. 2009;58:682-93 pubmed publisher
  45. Bednarek P, Schneider B, Svatos A, Oldham N, Hahlbrock K. Structural complexity, differential response to infection, and tissue specificity of indolic and phenylpropanoid secondary metabolism in Arabidopsis roots. Plant Physiol. 2005;138:1058-70 pubmed
    ..The data point to metabolic interconnections among the compounds identified and suggest a partial revision of the previously proposed camalexin pathway. ..
  46. Thompson J, Wetzel S, Klerks M, Vaskov D, Schoen C, Spak J, et al. Multiplex RT-PCR detection of four aphid-borne strawberry viruses in Fragaria spp. in combination with a plant mRNA specific internal control. J Virol Methods. 2003;111:85-93 pubmed
  47. Marin B, Palm A, Klingberg M, Melkonian M. Phylogeny and taxonomic revision of plastid-containing euglenophytes based on SSU rDNA sequence comparisons and synapomorphic signatures in the SSU rRNA secondary structure. Protist. 2003;154:99-145 pubmed
    ..The sister clade of Phacus s. str. (mixed Euglena/Lepocinclis-clade) was identified as Lepocinclis Perty (emended)...
  48. Schneider C, Will C, BROSIUS J, Frilander M, Luhrmann R. Identification of an evolutionarily divergent U11 small nuclear ribonucleoprotein particle in Drosophila. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2004;101:9584-9 pubmed
    ..A comparison of U11 snRNAs that we have identified from vertebrates, plants, and insects, suggests that an evolutionarily divergent U11 snRNA may be unique to Drosophila and not characteristic of insects in general. ..
  49. Czempinski K, Zimmermann S, Ehrhardt T, Müller Röber B. New structure and function in plant K+ channels: KCO1, an outward rectifier with a steep Ca2+ dependency. EMBO J. 1997;16:2565-75 pubmed
    ..The identification of KCO1 as the first plant K+ outward channel opens a new field of structure-function studies in plant ion channels. ..
  50. Schiffer S, Rösch S, Marchfelder A. Recombinant RNase Z does not recognize CCA as part of the tRNA and its cleavage efficieny is influenced by acceptor stem length. Biol Chem. 2003;384:333-42 pubmed
    ..While the wild type and the variant with 8 base pairs in the acceptor stem were processed efficiently by all three activities, variants with shorter and longer acceptor stems were poor substrates or were not cleaved at all...
  51. Searle I, He Y, Turck F, Vincent C, Fornara F, Kröber S, et al. The transcription factor FLC confers a flowering response to vernalization by repressing meristem competence and systemic signaling in Arabidopsis. Genes Dev. 2006;20:898-912 pubmed
    ..Thus vernalization relieves transcriptional repression of key regulatory genes in both the leaf and meristem, allowing production of systemic signals in the leaves and conferring competence on the meristem to respond to these signals. ..
  52. Sch fer S, Schm lling T. The CRK1 receptor-like kinase gene of tobacco is negatively regulated by cytokinin. Plant Mol Biol. 2002;50:155-66 pubmed
    ..We hypothesize that CRKI is involved in an early step of hormone signalling and that transcript down-regulation reflects a desensitization step in reaction to the signalling molecule...
  53. Eckhardt U, Mas Marques A, Buckhout T. Two iron-regulated cation transporters from tomato complement metal uptake-deficient yeast mutants. Plant Mol Biol. 2001;45:437-48 pubmed
    ..The gene structure was determined by polymerase chain reaction experiments and, surprisingly, both genes are arranged in tandem with a tail-to-tail orientation. ..
  54. Panikulangara T, Eggers Schumacher G, Wunderlich M, Stransky H, Schöffl F. Galactinol synthase1. A novel heat shock factor target gene responsible for heat-induced synthesis of raffinose family oligosaccharides in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2004;136:3148-58 pubmed
    ..The biological function of this osmoprotective substance and the role of HSF-dependent genes in this biochemical pathway are discussed. ..
  55. Benz J, Stengel A, Lintala M, Lee Y, Weber A, Philippar K, et al. Arabidopsis Tic62 and ferredoxin-NADP(H) oxidoreductase form light-regulated complexes that are integrated into the chloroplast redox poise. Plant Cell. 2009;21:3965-83 pubmed publisher
    ..Association with Tic62 stabilizes FNR and is involved in its dynamic and light-dependent membrane tethering. ..
  56. Ermolayev V, Weschke W, Manteuffel R. Comparison of Al-induced gene expression in sensitive and tolerant soybean cultivars. J Exp Bot. 2003;54:2745-56 pubmed publisher
    ..Possible functional activities of Al up-regulated genes in resistance mechanisms are discussed...
  57. Brand U, Fletcher J, Hobe M, Meyerowitz E, Simon R. Dependence of stem cell fate in Arabidopsis on a feedback loop regulated by CLV3 activity. Science. 2000;289:617-9 pubmed
    ..We also demonstrate that the CLV pathway acts by repressing the activity of the transcription factor WUSCHEL, an element of the positive, stem cell-promoting pathway. ..
  58. Chaban C, Waller F, Furuya M, Nick P. Auxin responsiveness of a novel cytochrome p450 in rice coleoptiles. Plant Physiol. 2003;133:2000-9 pubmed
    ..The observed pattern of gene regulation might indicate a role in the suppression of auxin-induced coleoptile growth. The role of CYP87A3 is discussed with respect to auxin signaling in the regulation of coleoptile growth. ..
  59. Kaur H, Heinzel N, Schöttner M, Baldwin I, Galis I. R2R3-NaMYB8 regulates the accumulation of phenylpropanoid-polyamine conjugates, which are essential for local and systemic defense against insect herbivores in Nicotiana attenuata. Plant Physiol. 2010;152:1731-47 pubmed publisher
    ..attenuata are consistent with the predictions of the optimal defense theory: plants preferentially protect their most fitness-enhancing and vulnerable parts, young tissues and reproductive organs, to maximize their fitness...
  60. Rose A, Meier I, Wienand U. The tomato I-box binding factor LeMYBI is a member of a novel class of myb-like proteins. Plant J. 1999;20:641-52 pubmed
    ..LeMYBI acts as a transcriptional activator in yeast and plants, and binds to the I-box with a DNA-binding domain located in the carboxyterminal domain. ..
  61. Moore I, Diefenthal T, Zarsky V, Schell J, Palme K. A homolog of the mammalian GTPase Rab2 is present in Arabidopsis and is expressed predominantly in pollen grains and seedlings. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1997;94:762-7 pubmed
    ..Seedling germination and pollen tube growth are notable for their unusually high rates of cell wall and membrane biosynthesis. These results are consistent with a role for At-RAB2 in secretory activity. ..
  62. Sharbel T, Voigt M, Corral J, Galla G, Kumlehn J, Klukas C, et al. Apomictic and sexual ovules of Boechera display heterochronic global gene expression patterns. Plant Cell. 2010;22:655-71 pubmed publisher
  63. Laudert D, Pfannschmidt U, Lottspeich F, Holländer Czytko H, Weiler E. Cloning, molecular and functional characterization of Arabidopsis thaliana allene oxide synthase (CYP 74), the first enzyme of the octadecanoid pathway to jasmonates. Plant Mol Biol. 1996;31:323-35 pubmed
    ..The data suggest parallel pathways to jasmonates from linolenic acid or linoleic acid in A. thaliana. ..
  64. Sugliani M, Brambilla V, Clerkx E, Koornneef M, Soppe W. The conserved splicing factor SUA controls alternative splicing of the developmental regulator ABI3 in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2010;22:1936-46 pubmed publisher
    ..In the abi3-5 mutant, ABI3-beta codes for a functional ABI3 protein due to frameshift restoration. ..
  65. Raab S, Drechsel G, Zarepour M, Hartung W, Koshiba T, Bittner F, et al. Identification of a novel E3 ubiquitin ligase that is required for suppression of premature senescence in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2009;59:39-51 pubmed publisher
    ..This suggests that SAUL1 participates in targeting AAO3 for ubiquitin-dependent degradation via the 26S proteasome to prevent premature senescence. ..
  66. Deeken R, Ache P, Kajahn I, Klinkenberg J, Bringmann G, Hedrich R. Identification of Arabidopsis thaliana phloem RNAs provides a search criterion for phloem-based transcripts hidden in complex datasets of microarray experiments. Plant J. 2008;55:746-59 pubmed publisher
    ..The availability of these comprehensive phloem transcript profiles will facilitate reverse-genetic studies and forward-genetic screens for phloem and long-distance RNA signalling mutants. ..
  67. Weigelt K, Küster H, Radchuk R, Muller M, Weichert H, Fait A, et al. Increasing amino acid supply in pea embryos reveals specific interactions of N and C metabolism, and highlights the importance of mitochondrial metabolism. Plant J. 2008;55:909-26 pubmed publisher
    ..These results demonstrate that legume seeds have a high capacity to regulate N:C ratios, and highlight the importance of mitochondria in the control of N-C balance and amino acid homeostasis. ..
  68. Doehlemann G, Wahl R, Horst R, Voll L, Usadel B, Poree F, et al. Reprogramming a maize plant: transcriptional and metabolic changes induced by the fungal biotroph Ustilago maydis. Plant J. 2008;56:181-95 pubmed publisher
    ..Our data provide novel insights into the complexity of a biotrophic interaction...
  69. Sauer N, Ludwig A, Knoblauch A, Rothe P, Gahrtz M, Klebl F. AtSUC8 and AtSUC9 encode functional sucrose transporters, but the closely related AtSUC6 and AtSUC7 genes encode aberrant proteins in different Arabidopsis ecotypes. Plant J. 2004;40:120-30 pubmed
    ..Finally, promoter-reporter gene plants and T-DNA insertion lines were analyzed for AtSUC8 and AtSUC9. ..
  70. Ay N, Irmler K, Fischer A, Uhlemann R, Reuter G, Humbeck K. Epigenetic programming via histone methylation at WRKY53 controls leaf senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant J. 2009;58:333-46 pubmed publisher
    ..Furthermore, SUVH2 overexpression inhibits senescence-associated global changes in chromatin organization. Our data suggest that complex epigenetic processes control the senescence-specific gene expression pattern. ..
  71. Hilbricht T, Salamini F, Bartels D. CpR18, a novel SAP-domain plant transcription factor, binds to a promoter region necessary for ABA mediated expression of the CDeT27-45 gene from the resurrection plant Craterostigma plantagineum Hochst. Plant J. 2002;31:293-303 pubmed
    ..DNA blot analysis and isolation of genomic clones reveal that two copies of R18 are present in the C. plantagineum genome...
  72. Lee C, Efetova M, Engelmann J, Kramell R, Wasternack C, Ludwig Müller J, et al. Agrobacterium tumefaciens promotes tumor induction by modulating pathogen defense in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell. 2009;21:2948-62 pubmed publisher
    ..We suggest that crosstalk among IAA, ET, and SA balances pathogen defense launched by the host and tumor growth initiated by agrobacteria. ..
  73. Hubel A, Schöffl F. Arabidopsis heat shock factor: isolation and characterization of the gene and the recombinant protein. Plant Mol Biol. 1994;26:353-62 pubmed
    ..The native size of recombinant ATHSF1 in vitro is consistent with a trimer as demonstrated by chemical cross-linking and pore exclusion limit analysis. ..
  74. Consonni C, Bednarek P, Humphry M, Francocci F, Ferrari S, Harzen A, et al. Tryptophan-derived metabolites are required for antifungal defense in the Arabidopsis mlo2 mutant. Plant Physiol. 2010;152:1544-61 pubmed publisher
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