Experts and Doctors on plant rna in United States


Locale: United States
Topic: plant rna

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  1. Jin H. Endogenous small RNAs and antibacterial immunity in plants. FEBS Lett. 2008;582:2679-84 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, these small RNAs play an important role in gene expression reprogramming in plant disease resistance and defense responses. This review focuses on the recent findings of plant endogenous small RNAs in antibacterial immunity...
  2. Patel M, Corey A, Yin L, Ali S, Taylor W, Berry J. Untranslated regions from C4 amaranth AhRbcS1 mRNAs confer translational enhancement and preferential bundle sheath cell expression in transgenic C4 Flaveria bidentis. Plant Physiol. 2004;136:3550-61 pubmed
  3. Basset G, Ravanel S, Quinlivan E, White R, Giovannoni J, R beill F, et al. Folate synthesis in plants: the last step of the p-aminobenzoate branch is catalyzed by a plastidial aminodeoxychorismate lyase. Plant J. 2004;40:453-61 pubmed publisher
    ..As shown previously for the ADC synthase transcript, the level of ADC lyase mRNA in the pericarp of tomato fruit falls sharply as ripening advances, suggesting that the expression of these two enzymes is coregulated...
  4. Gowda M, Li H, Alessi J, Chen F, Pratt R, Wang G. Robust analysis of 5'-transcript ends (5'-RATE): a novel technique for transcriptome analysis and genome annotation. Nucleic Acids Res. 2006;34:e126 pubmed
    ..Our results demonstrate that 5'-RATE is a simple, fast and cost-effective method for transcriptome analysis and genome annotation of complex genomes. ..
  5. Bhattarai K, Xie Q, Mantelin S, Bishnoi U, Girke T, Navarre D, et al. Tomato susceptibility to root-knot nematodes requires an intact jasmonic acid signaling pathway. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2008;21:1205-14 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, low levels of SA might be sufficient for basal and Mi-1 resistance to RKNs. ..
  6. Fu J, Ristic Z. Analysis of transgenic wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) harboring a maize (Zea mays L.) gene for plastid EF-Tu: segregation pattern, expression and effects of the transgene. Plant Mol Biol. 2010;73:339-47 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, the results also support the hypothesis that EF-Tu contributes to heat tolerance by acting as a molecular chaperone and protecting heat-labile proteins from thermal aggregation in a non-specific manner. ..
  7. Sheppard L, Brunner A, Krutovskii K, Rottmann W, Skinner J, Vollmer S, et al. A DEFICIENS homolog from the dioecious tree black cottonwood is expressed in female and male floral meristems of the two-whorled, unisexual flowers. Plant Physiol. 2000;124:627-40 pubmed
  8. Buchmann R, Asad S, Wolf J, Mohannath G, Bisaro D. Geminivirus AL2 and L2 proteins suppress transcriptional gene silencing and cause genome-wide reductions in cytosine methylation. J Virol. 2009;83:5005-13 pubmed publisher
    ..To our knowledge, this is the first report that viral proteins can inhibit TGS...
  9. Zhu J. Reconstituting plant miRNA biogenesis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008;105:9851-2 pubmed publisher

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  1. Chae K, Kieslich C, Morikis D, Kim S, Lord E. A gain-of-function mutation of Arabidopsis lipid transfer protein 5 disturbs pollen tube tip growth and fertilization. Plant Cell. 2009;21:3902-14 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, Arabidopsis LTP5 plays a significant role in reproduction. ..
  2. Song H, Carre I. DET1 regulates the proteasomal degradation of LHY, a component of the Arabidopsis circadian clock. Plant Mol Biol. 2005;57:761-71 pubmed
    ..These findings add to recent evidence suggesting a role for DET1 in a ubiquitination pathway and identify a substrate for DET1-regulated protein turn-over. ..
  3. Skirpan A, McCubbin A, Ishimizu T, Wang X, Hu Y, Dowd P, et al. Isolation and characterization of kinase interacting protein 1, a pollen protein that interacts with the kinase domain of PRK1, a receptor-like kinase of petunia. Plant Physiol. 2001;126:1480-92 pubmed
    ..In situ hybridization showed that PRK1 and KIP1 transcripts were localized in the cytoplasm of pollen. PRK1-K phosphorylated KIP1-NT (amino acids 1--716), whereas PRK1-K462R only weakly phosphorylated KIP1-NT in vitro. ..
  4. Zhong R, Lee C, Ye Z. Functional characterization of poplar wood-associated NAC domain transcription factors. Plant Physiol. 2010;152:1044-55 pubmed publisher
  5. Díaz De La Garza R, Gregory J, Hanson A. Folate biofortification of tomato fruit. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2007;104:4218-22 pubmed
    ..The folate levels we achieved provide the complete adult daily requirement in less than one standard serving. ..
  6. Cheng S, Gallie D. Wheat eukaryotic initiation factor 4B organizes assembly of RNA and eIFiso4G, eIF4A, and poly(A)-binding protein. J Biol Chem. 2006;281:24351-64 pubmed
    ..These results support the notion that eIF4B functions by organizing multiple components of the translation initiation machinery and RNA. ..
  7. Doyle M, Davis S, Bastow R, McWatters H, Kozma Bognar L, Nagy F, et al. The ELF4 gene controls circadian rhythms and flowering time in Arabidopsis thaliana. Nature. 2002;419:74-7 pubmed
    ..Mutations in elf4 result in early flowering in non-inductive photoperiods, which is probably caused by elevated amounts of CONSTANS (CO), a gene that promotes floral induction. ..
  8. Jaag H, Nagy P. Silencing of Nicotiana benthamiana Xrn4p exoribonuclease promotes tombusvirus RNA accumulation and recombination. Virology. 2009;386:344-52 pubmed publisher
    ..Altogether, the data from a plant host and cell-free system confirm a central role for the plant cytosolic 5'-to-3' exoribonuclease in TBSV replication, recombination and viral RNA degradation...
  9. Morris R, Elliott M. Queuosine modification of tRNA: a case for convergent evolution. Mol Genet Metab. 2001;74:147-59 pubmed
    ..This minireview describes the differences between these modification systems and points to a new direction for developing research on the molecular function queuosine-modified tRNA in diverse species. ..
  10. Noh Y, Amasino R. Identification of a promoter region responsible for the senescence-specific expression of SAG12. Plant Mol Biol. 1999;41:181-94 pubmed
    ..Extracts from young and senescent Arabidopsis leaves contain factors that exhibit differential binding to the senescence-responsive promoter element. ..
  11. Meyers B, Axtell M, Bartel B, Bartel D, Baulcombe D, Bowman J, et al. Criteria for annotation of plant MicroRNAs. Plant Cell. 2008;20:3186-90 pubmed publisher
    ..Herein, we update the specific criteria required for the annotation of plant miRNAs, including experimental and computational data, as well as refinements to standard nomenclature. ..
  12. He X, Hsu Y, Pontes O, Zhu J, Lu J, Bressan R, et al. NRPD4, a protein related to the RPB4 subunit of RNA polymerase II, is a component of RNA polymerases IV and V and is required for RNA-directed DNA methylation. Genes Dev. 2009;23:318-30 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results show that RDM2/NRPD4/NRPE4 is a new component of the RdDM pathway in Arabidopsis and that it functions as part of Pol IV and Pol V. ..
  13. Merhige P, Both Kim D, Robida M, Hollingsworth M. RNA-protein complexes that form in the spinach chloroplast atpI 5' untranslated region can be divided into two subcomplexes, each comprised of unique cis-elements and trans-factors. Curr Genet. 2005;48:256-64 pubmed
    ..These data support the hypothesis that there are at least two unique polypeptides involved in these 5'UTR-protein complexes, each binding specifically to a different site within the 5'UTR. ..
  14. Chen X. MicroRNA biogenesis and function in plants. FEBS Lett. 2005;579:5923-31 pubmed
    ..A large category of miRNA targets consists of genes encoding transcription factors that play important roles in patterning the plant form. ..
  15. Kim S, Bhat P, Cui X, Walia H, Xu J, Wanamaker S, et al. Detection and validation of single feature polymorphisms using RNA expression data from a rice genome array. BMC Plant Biol. 2009;9:65 pubmed publisher
    ..The Affymetrix rice genome array provides a satisfactory platform for high resolution mapping in rice using RNA hybridization and the RPP method of SFP analysis. ..
  16. Zabotina O, van de Ven W, Freshour G, Drakakaki G, Cavalier D, Mouille G, et al. Arabidopsis XXT5 gene encodes a putative alpha-1,6-xylosyltransferase that is involved in xyloglucan biosynthesis. Plant J. 2008;56:101-15 pubmed publisher
    ..These data provide evidence that XXT5 is a xyloglucan alpha-1,6-xylosyltransferase, and functions in the biosynthesis of xyloglucan. ..
  17. Graham M. The diphenylether herbicide lactofen induces cell death and expression of defense-related genes in soybean. Plant Physiol. 2005;139:1784-94 pubmed publisher
    ..These various results are discussed in the context of singlet oxygen-induced responses and lactofen's potential as a disease resistance-inducing agent...
  18. Mallory A, Ely L, Smith T, Marathe R, Anandalakshmi R, Fagard M, et al. HC-Pro suppression of transgene silencing eliminates the small RNAs but not transgene methylation or the mobile signal. Plant Cell. 2001;13:571-83 pubmed
    ..These results demonstrate that HC-Pro functions downstream of transgene methylation and the mobile signal at a step preceding accumulation of the small RNAs. ..
  19. Chen X. Small RNAs and their roles in plant development. Annu Rev Cell Dev Biol. 2009;25:21-44 pubmed publisher
  20. Ding B, Itaya A, Qi Y. Symplasmic protein and RNA traffic: regulatory points and regulatory factors. Curr Opin Plant Biol. 2003;6:596-602 pubmed
    ..These advances should promote further investigations into the mechanisms and functions of protein and RNA traffic using biochemical, cellular, genetic and molecular tools. ..
  21. Ziegelhoffer T, Raasch J, Austin Phillips S. Expression of Acidothermus cellulolyticus E1 endo-beta-1,4-glucanase catalytic domain in transplastomic tobacco. Plant Biotechnol J. 2009;7:527-36 pubmed publisher
    ..Most importantly, the active recombinant enzyme was recovered very easily and efficiently from dried plant material and constituted as much as 0.3% of the dry weight of leaf tissue...
  22. Filichkin S, Leonard J, Monteros A, Liu P, Nonogaki H. A novel endo-beta-mannanase gene in tomato LeMAN5 is associated with anther and pollen development. Plant Physiol. 2004;134:1080-7 pubmed publisher
    ..These data suggest that the LeMAN5 endo-beta-mannanase is associated with anther and pollen development...
  23. Ranocha P, McNeil S, Ziemak M, Li C, Tarczynski M, Hanson A. The S-methylmethionine cycle in angiosperms: ubiquity, antiquity and activity. Plant J. 2001;25:575-84 pubmed
    ..Because plants lack the negative feedback loops that regulate AdoMet pool size in other eukaryotes, the SMM cycle may be the main mechanism whereby plants achieve short-term control of AdoMet level. ..
  24. Jia X, Mendu V, Tang G. An array platform for identification of stress-responsive microRNAs in plants. Methods Mol Biol. 2010;639:253-69 pubmed publisher
    ..This comprehensive and easy-to-follow protocol will be useful for studying roles of miRNAs in plant stress response. ..
  25. Colasanti J, Yuan Z, Sundaresan V. The indeterminate gene encodes a zinc finger protein and regulates a leaf-generated signal required for the transition to flowering in maize. Cell. 1998;93:593-603 pubmed
    ..These results provide molecular and genetic data consistent with the florigen hypothesis derived from classical plant physiology studies. ..
  26. Fan L, Zheng S, Cui D, Wang X. Subcellular distribution and tissue expression of phospholipase Dalpha, Dbeta, and Dgamma in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 1999;119:1371-8 pubmed
    ..The present study also provides evidence for the presence of an additional PLD that is structurally more closely related to PLDgamma than to the other two PLDs. ..
  27. Curaba J, Chen X. Biochemical activities of Arabidopsis RNA-dependent RNA polymerase 6. J Biol Chem. 2008;283:3059-66 pubmed
    ..Our findings have important implications on the processes involving RDR6 in vivo and provide new biochemical insights into the mechanisms of RNA silencing in Arabidopsis. ..
  28. Morse A, Tschaplinski T, Dervinis C, Pijut P, Schmelz E, Day W, et al. Salicylate and catechol levels are maintained in nahG transgenic poplar. Phytochemistry. 2007;68:2043-52 pubmed
    ..This suggests a biological role of elevated constitutive salicylic acid levels in Populus, in contrast to other plant systems in which nahG dramatically reduces salicylic acid levels. ..
  29. Zhao H, Xing D, Li Q. Unique features of plant cleavage and polyadenylation specificity factor revealed by proteomic studies. Plant Physiol. 2009;151:1546-56 pubmed publisher
    ..Interestingly, these two unique plant CPSF components have been associated with embryo development and flowering time controls, both of which involve plant-specific biological processes. ..
  30. Thompson B, Bartling L, Whipple C, Hall D, Sakai H, Schmidt R, et al. bearded-ear encodes a MADS box transcription factor critical for maize floral development. Plant Cell. 2009;21:2578-90 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, BDE and ZAG1 physically interact. We propose a model in which BDE functions in at least three distinct complexes to regulate floral development in the maize ear...
  31. Johnston M, Luethy M, Miernyk J, Randall D. Cloning and molecular analyses of the Arabidopsis thaliana plastid pyruvate dehydrogenase subunits. Biochim Biophys Acta. 1997;1321:200-6 pubmed
    ..Results of Southern analyses suggest that each subunit is encoded by a single gene. Northern blot analyses indicate expression of mRNAs of the appropriate size in Arabidopsis leaves. ..
  32. Addo Quaye C, Snyder J, Park Y, Li Y, Sunkar R, Axtell M. Sliced microRNA targets and precise loop-first processing of MIR319 hairpins revealed by analysis of the Physcomitrella patens degradome. RNA. 2009;15:2112-21 pubmed publisher
    ..MIR319 is thus a conserved exception to the general rule of loop-last processing of MIRNA hairpins. Loop-first MIR319 processing may contribute to the high efficacy of a widely used MIR319-based strategy for aMIRNA production in plants. ..
  33. Chen X. A silencing safeguard: links between RNA silencing and mRNA processing in Arabidopsis. Dev Cell. 2008;14:811-2 pubmed publisher
  34. Mooney B, Miernyk J, Randall D. Cloning and characterization of the dihydrolipoamide S-acetyltransferase subunit of the plastid pyruvate dehydrogenase complex (E2) from Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 1999;120:443-52 pubmed
    ..The results of immunoblot analysis indicate that protein expression was similar in roots and flowers, less similar in leaves, and even less similar in siliques. This is the first report, to our knowledge, describing a plastid E2. ..
  35. Park S, Elless M, Park J, Jenkins A, Lim W, Chambers E, et al. Sensory analysis of calcium-biofortified lettuce. Plant Biotechnol J. 2009;7:106-17 pubmed publisher
    ..Sensory analysis studies are critical if claims are to be made regarding the efficacy of biofortified foods, and may be an important component in the public acceptance of genetically modified foods. ..
  36. Zhu Y, Qi Y, Xun Y, Owens R, Ding B. Movement of potato spindle tuber viroid reveals regulatory points of phloem-mediated RNA traffic. Plant Physiol. 2002;130:138-46 pubmed
    ..Thus, analysis of PSTVd traffic functions may provide insights about endogenous mechanisms that control phloem entry, transport, and exit of RNAs. ..
  37. Hubbard L, McSteen P, Doebley J, Hake S. Expression patterns and mutant phenotype of teosinte branched1 correlate with growth suppression in maize and teosinte. Genetics. 2002;162:1927-35 pubmed
    ..Expression in teosinte inflorescence development suggests a role in pedicellate spikelet suppression. Our results provide support for a role for tb1 in growth suppression and reveal the specific tissues where suppression may occur. ..
  38. Roux S, Chatterjee A, Hillier S, Cannon T. Early development of fern gametophytes in microgravity. Adv Space Res. 2003;31:215-20 pubmed
    ..Differential Display-PCR analyses of RNA extracted from space-flown cells showed that there was about a 5% change in the pattern of gene expression between cells developing in micro-g compared to those developing on earth. ..
  39. Zheng Z, Xing Y, He X, Li W, Hu Y, Yadav S, et al. An SGS3-like protein functions in RNA-directed DNA methylation and transcriptional gene silencing in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2010;62:92-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results show that RDM12 is a component of the RdDM pathway, and suggest that RdDM may involve double-stranded RNAs with a 5' overhang and the partnering between RDM12 and RDR2. ..
  40. Yu B, Bi L, Zheng B, Ji L, Chevalier D, Agarwal M, et al. The FHA domain proteins DAWDLE in Arabidopsis and SNIP1 in humans act in small RNA biogenesis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008;105:10073-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Therefore, we uncovered an evolutionarily conserved factor in miRNA biogenesis. We propose that DDL participates in miRNA biogenesis by facilitating DCL1 to access or recognize pri-miRNAs. ..
  41. Rosado A, Sohn E, Drakakaki G, Pan S, Swidergal A, Xiong Y, et al. Auxin-mediated ribosomal biogenesis regulates vacuolar trafficking in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2010;22:143-58 pubmed publisher
  42. Fahlgren N, Sullivan C, Kasschau K, Chapman E, Cumbie J, Montgomery T, et al. Computational and analytical framework for small RNA profiling by high-throughput sequencing. RNA. 2009;15:992-1002 pubmed publisher
    ..Computational methods were also developed to rapidly and accurately parse, quantify, and map small RNA data. ..
  43. Schmitz R, Hong L, Fitzpatrick K, Amasino R. DICER-LIKE 1 and DICER-LIKE 3 redundantly act to promote flowering via repression of FLOWERING LOCUS C in Arabidopsis thaliana. Genetics. 2007;176:1359-62 pubmed
    ..This delayed-flowering phenotype is similar to that of autonomous-pathway mutants, and the flowering delay can be overcome by vernalization. ..
  44. He X, Hsu Y, Zhu S, Liu H, Pontes O, Zhu J, et al. A conserved transcriptional regulator is required for RNA-directed DNA methylation and plant development. Genes Dev. 2009;23:2717-22 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results suggest that RDM4 functions in epigenetic regulation and plant development by serving as a transcriptional regulator for RNA Pol V and Pol II, respectively. ..
  45. Nag A, King S, Jack T. miR319a targeting of TCP4 is critical for petal growth and development in Arabidopsis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009;106:22534-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Surprisingly, when AP3:TCP4 is present in a miR319a(129) background, petal and stamen development is severely disrupted, suggesting that proper regulation by miR319a of TCP4 is critical in these floral organs. ..
  46. Michaels S, Bezerra I, Amasino R. FRIGIDA-related genes are required for the winter-annual habit in Arabidopsis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2004;101:3281-5 pubmed
  47. Preston J, Hileman L. SQUAMOSA-PROMOTER BINDING PROTEIN 1 initiates flowering in Antirrhinum majus through the activation of meristem identity genes. Plant J. 2010;62:704-12 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, these data outline the utility of virus-induced gene silencing in A. majus, and provide new insight into the conservation of flowering time genetic pathways across core eudicots...
  48. Lee C, Teng Q, Huang W, Zhong R, Ye Z. The Arabidopsis family GT43 glycosyltransferases form two functionally nonredundant groups essential for the elongation of glucuronoxylan backbone. Plant Physiol. 2010;153:526-41 pubmed publisher
  49. Peal L, Puckette M, Mahalingam R. Identification of stress-responsive genes in plants using suppression subtraction hybridization: ozone stress as an example. Methods Mol Biol. 2010;639:157-70 pubmed publisher
    ..In this chapter we describe in detail the SSH procedure and explain the subtle changes that have been incorporated to make this technique adaptable for identifying stress-responsive genes in plants. ..
  50. Jacobsen S, Running M, Meyerowitz E. Disruption of an RNA helicase/RNAse III gene in Arabidopsis causes unregulated cell division in floral meristems. Development. 1999;126:5231-43 pubmed
    ..Thus CAF may act through some type of RNA processing event(s). CAF gives rise to two major transcripts of 2.5 and 6.2 kb. In situ hybridization experiments show that CAF RNA is expressed throughout all shoot tissues. ..
  51. Fahlgren N, Jogdeo S, Kasschau K, Sullivan C, Chapman E, Laubinger S, et al. MicroRNA gene evolution in Arabidopsis lyrata and Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell. 2010;22:1074-89 pubmed publisher
    ..Additionally, target sites of younger miRNA were lost more frequently than for deeply conserved families. In summary, our systematic analyses emphasize the dynamic nature of the MIRNA complement of plant genomes. ..
  52. 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. ..
  53. Gao Z, Liu H, Daxinger L, Pontes O, He X, Qian W, et al. An RNA polymerase II- and AGO4-associated protein acts in RNA-directed DNA methylation. Nature. 2010;465:106-9 pubmed publisher
  54. Pomeranz M, Hah C, Lin P, Kang S, Finer J, Blackshear P, et al. The Arabidopsis tandem zinc finger protein AtTZF1 traffics between the nucleus and cytoplasmic foci and binds both DNA and RNA. Plant Physiol. 2010;152:151-65 pubmed publisher
    ..Since AtTZF1 can bind both DNA and RNA in vitro, it raises the possibility that AtTZF1 might be involved in DNA and/or RNA regulation. ..
  55. Jun J, Ha C, Fletcher J. BLADE-ON-PETIOLE1 coordinates organ determinacy and axial polarity in arabidopsis by directly activating ASYMMETRIC LEAVES2. Plant Cell. 2010;22:62-76 pubmed publisher
  56. Tsuchiya T, Eulgem T. The Arabidopsis defense component EDM2 affects the floral transition in an FLC-dependent manner. Plant J. 2010;62:518-28 pubmed publisher
  57. Bell S, Hunt A. The Arabidopsis ortholog of the 77 kDa subunit of the cleavage stimulatory factor (AtCstF-77) involved in mRNA polyadenylation is an RNA-binding protein. FEBS Lett. 2010;584:1449-54 pubmed publisher
    ..This raises interesting questions as to the means by which RNAs are recognized during mRNA 3' end formation in plants. ..
  58. Jambunathan N, Penaganti A, Tang Y, Mahalingam R. Modulation of redox homeostasis under suboptimal conditions by Arabidopsis nudix hydrolase 7. BMC Plant Biol. 2010;10:173 pubmed publisher
    ..During stress conditions, rapid induction of AtNUDT7 is important for regulating the activation of stress/defense signaling and cell death pathways. ..
  59. Pruss G, Nester E, Vance V. Infiltration with Agrobacterium tumefaciens induces host defense and development-dependent responses in the infiltrated zone. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2008;21:1528-38 pubmed publisher
    ..tumefaciens. We found that C58-infiltrated zones-but not those infiltrated with the disarmed control-have increased levels of miR393, a microRNA that represses auxin signaling and contributes to antibacterial resistance. ..
  60. Suza W, Staswick P. The role of JAR1 in Jasmonoyl-L: -isoleucine production during Arabidopsis wound response. Planta. 2008;227:1221-32 pubmed publisher
    ..2, WRKY33, TAT3 and CORI3 were unaffected. These results suggest that the rapid increase in JA-Ile mediated by the JAR1 enzyme plays only a minor role in transcriptional modulation of genes induced by mechanical wounding. ..
  61. Addepalli B, Hunt A. A novel endonuclease activity associated with the Arabidopsis ortholog of the 30-kDa subunit of cleavage and polyadenylation specificity factor. Nucleic Acids Res. 2007;35:4453-63 pubmed
    ..These results indicate that AtCPSF30 is a probable processing endonuclease, and that its action is coordinated through its interaction with Fip1. ..
  62. Rao M, Lee H, Creelman R, Mullet J, Davis K. Jasmonic acid signaling modulates ozone-induced hypersensitive cell death. Plant Cell. 2000;12:1633-46 pubmed
    ..Analyses of the responses to O(3) of the JA-signaling mutants jar1 and fad3/7/8 also demonstrated an antagonistic relationship between JA- and SA-signaling pathways in controlling the magnitude of O(3)-induced HR-like cell death. ..
  63. Jack T. New members of the floral organ identity AGAMOUS pathway. Trends Plant Sci. 2002;7:286-7 pubmed
    ..The HUA1, HUA2, HEN1 and HEN2 genes encode nuclear proteins that perhaps play a role in RNA metabolism. The HUA and HEN genes function not only on the AG pathway, but also in vegetative development. ..
  64. Ito T, Wellmer F, Yu H, Das P, Ito N, Alves Ferreira M, et al. The homeotic protein AGAMOUS controls microsporogenesis by regulation of SPOROCYTELESS. Nature. 2004;430:356-60 pubmed
  65. Folta K, Staton M, Stewart P, Jung S, Bies D, Jesdurai C, et al. Expressed sequence tags (ESTs) and simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers from octoploid strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa). BMC Plant Biol. 2005;5:12 pubmed
    ..As a first step to remedy this discrepancy a cDNA library has been developed from salicylate-treated, whole-plant tissues and over 1800 expressed sequence tags (EST's) have been sequenced and analyzed...
  66. Sharma Y, Davis K. Isolation of a novel Arabidopsis ozone-induced cDNA by differential display. Plant Mol Biol. 1995;29:91-8 pubmed
    ..Our results suggest that AtOZI1 represents a novel stress-related protein that accumulates in response to the production of active oxygen species. ..
  67. Xiong Y, DeFraia C, Williams D, Zhang X, Mou Z. Characterization of Arabidopsis 6-phosphogluconolactonase T-DNA insertion mutants reveals an essential role for the oxidative section of the plastidic pentose phosphate pathway in plant growth and development. Plant Cell Physiol. 2009;50:1277-91 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, pgl3 provides a useful tool not only for defining the role of the PPP in different subcellular compartments, but also for dissecting the SA/NPR1-mediated signaling pathway. ..
  68. Clark S, Williams R, Meyerowitz E. The CLAVATA1 gene encodes a putative receptor kinase that controls shoot and floral meristem size in Arabidopsis. Cell. 1997;89:575-85 pubmed
    ..We provide evidence that CLV1 expression in the inflorescence is specifically associated with meristematic activity. ..
  69. Hua J, Meyerowitz E. Ethylene responses are negatively regulated by a receptor gene family in Arabidopsis thaliana. Cell. 1998;94:261-71 pubmed
  70. Basset G, Quinlivan E, Ziemak M, Diaz De La Garza R, Fischer M, Schiffmann S, et al. Folate synthesis in plants: the first step of the pterin branch is mediated by a unique bimodular GTP cyclohydrolase I. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2002;99:12489-94 pubmed
    ..As ripening advances, GCHI expression declines sharply, and folate content drops, suggesting that folate synthesis fails to keep pace with turnover. ..
  71. Bezerra I, Michaels S, Schomburg F, Amasino R. Lesions in the mRNA cap-binding gene ABA HYPERSENSITIVE 1 suppress FRIGIDA-mediated delayed flowering in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2004;40:112-9 pubmed
    ..The abh1 lesion affects several developmental processes, perhaps because the processing of certain mRNAs in these pathways is more sensitive to loss of cap-binding activity than the majority of cellular mRNAs. ..
  72. Wang H, Nussbaum Wagler T, Li B, Zhao Q, Vigouroux Y, Faller M, et al. The origin of the naked grains of maize. Nature. 2005;436:714-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results demonstrate that modest genetic changes in single genes can induce dramatic changes in phenotype during domestication and evolution...
  73. Ramachandran V, Chen X. Degradation of microRNAs by a family of exoribonucleases in Arabidopsis. Science. 2008;321:1490-2 pubmed publisher
    ..Therefore, we have uncovered the enzymes that degrade miRNAs and demonstrated that miRNA turnover is crucial for plant development. ..
  74. Kumar G, Iyer S, Knowles N. Extraction of RNA from fresh, frozen, and lyophilized tuber and root tissues. J Agric Food Chem. 2007;55:1674-8 pubmed
    ..Lyophilization can thus be used to preserve RNA in high starch- and phenolic-containing plant tissues for studies on gene expression. ..
  75. Dong C, Hu X, Tang W, Zheng X, Kim Y, Lee B, et al. A putative Arabidopsis nucleoporin, AtNUP160, is critical for RNA export and required for plant tolerance to cold stress. Mol Cell Biol. 2006;26:9533-43 pubmed
    ..Our study suggests that Arabidopsis AtNUP160 is critical for the nucleocytoplasmic transport of mRNAs and that it plays important roles in plant growth and flowering time regulation and is required for cold stress tolerance. ..
  76. Forbes K, Addepalli B, Hunt A. An Arabidopsis Fip1 homolog interacts with RNA and provides conceptual links with a number of other polyadenylation factor subunits. J Biol Chem. 2006;281:176-86 pubmed
    ..These results indicate that the Arabidopsis Fip1, like its human counterpart, is an RNA-binding protein. Moreover, they provide conceptual links between PAP and several other Arabidopsis polyadenylation factor subunit homologs. ..
  77. Parry G, Calderon Villalobos L, Prigge M, Peret B, Dharmasiri S, Itoh H, et al. Complex regulation of the TIR1/AFB family of auxin receptors. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009;106:22540-5 pubmed publisher
    ..However our data suggest that this regulation is complex. Our results suggest that differences between members of the auxin receptor family may contribute to the complexity of auxin response. ..
  78. Tieman D, Zeigler M, Schmelz E, Taylor M, Rushing S, Jones J, et al. Functional analysis of a tomato salicylic acid methyl transferase and its role in synthesis of the flavor volatile methyl salicylate. Plant J. 2010;62:113-23 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, the results indicate that SlSAMT is critical for methyl salicylate synthesis and methyl salicylate, in turn, likely has an important role in controlling SA synthesis...
  79. Schnurr J, Shockey J, Browse J. The acyl-CoA synthetase encoded by LACS2 is essential for normal cuticle development in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2004;16:629-42 pubmed
    ..The LACS2 gene and the corresponding lacs2 mutant will help in future studies of the cutin synthesis pathway and in understanding the consequences of reduced cutin production on many aspects of plant biology. ..
  80. Sung S, Schmitz R, Amasino R. A PHD finger protein involved in both the vernalization and photoperiod pathways in Arabidopsis. Genes Dev. 2006;20:3244-8 pubmed
    ..In addition, VIL1 regulates FLM independently of VIN3 in a photoperiod-dependent manner. ..
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