Experts and Doctors on plant proteins in Davis, California, United States

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Locale: Davis, California, United States
Topic: plant proteins

Top Publications

  1. Lippuner V, Cyert M, Gasser C. Two classes of plant cDNA clones differentially complement yeast calcineurin mutants and increase salt tolerance of wild-type yeast. J Biol Chem. 1996;271:12859-66 pubmed
    ..An apparent increase in the level of STZ mRNA was observed in response NaCl exposure in Arabidopsis seedlings, but the level of STO mRNA was not altered by this treatment. ..
  2. Zalewski C, Floyd S, Furumizu C, Sakakibara K, Stevenson D, Bowman J. Evolution of the class IV HD-zip gene family in streptophytes. Mol Biol Evol. 2013;30:2347-65 pubmed publisher
    ..The increasing complexity of the C4HDZ gene family through the diversification of land plants correlates to increasing complexity in epidermal characters. ..
  3. Li W, Yadeta K, Elmore J, Coaker G. The Pseudomonas syringae effector HopQ1 promotes bacterial virulence and interacts with tomato 14-3-3 proteins in a phosphorylation-dependent manner. Plant Physiol. 2013;161:2062-74 pubmed publisher
  4. Guerra F, Wegrzyn J, Sykes R, Davis M, Stanton B, Neale D. Association genetics of chemical wood properties in black poplar (Populus nigra). New Phytol. 2013;197:162-76 pubmed publisher
  5. Roberts N, Morieri G, Kalsi G, Rose A, Stiller J, Edwards A, et al. Rhizobial and mycorrhizal symbioses in Lotus japonicus require lectin nucleotide phosphohydrolase, which acts upstream of calcium signaling. Plant Physiol. 2013;161:556-67 pubmed publisher
  6. Shi L, Theg S. A stromal heat shock protein 70 system functions in protein import into chloroplasts in the moss Physcomitrella patens. Plant Cell. 2010;22:205-20 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, these data indicate that a stromal Hsp70 system plays a crucial role in protein import into chloroplasts...
  7. Potter K, Zi J, Hong Y, Schulte S, Malchow B, Tantillo D, et al. Blocking Deprotonation with Retention of Aromaticity in a Plant ent-Copalyl Diphosphate Synthase Leads to Product Rearrangement. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. 2016;55:634-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Further mutational analysis and quantum chemical calculations provide mechanistic insight into the basis for this profound effect on product outcome. ..
  8. Gambetta G, Manuck C, Drucker S, Shaghasi T, Fort K, Matthews M, et al. The relationship between root hydraulics and scion vigour across Vitis rootstocks: what role do root aquaporins play?. J Exp Bot. 2012;63:6445-55 pubmed publisher
  9. Dileo M, Pye M, Roubtsova T, Duniway J, MacDonald J, Rizzo D, et al. Abscisic acid in salt stress predisposition to phytophthora root and crown rot in tomato and chrysanthemum. Phytopathology. 2010;100:871-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, several lines of evidence support ABA as a critical and dominant factor in the salinity-induced predisposition to Phytophthora spp. infection. ..

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  1. Kim N, Lee D, Choi D, Hwang B. The pepper GNA-related lectin and PAN domain protein gene, CaGLP1, is required for plant cell death and defense signaling during bacterial infection. Plant Sci. 2015;241:307-15 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, these results suggest that CaGLP1 is required for plant cell death and defense responses through the reactive oxygen species burst and downstream defense-related gene expression in response to bacterial pathogen challenge. ..
  2. Lo S, Theg S. Protein targeting across and into chloroplast membranes. Methods Mol Biol. 2011;684:139-57 pubmed publisher
  3. Wagner N, Mroczka A, Roberts P, Schreckengost W, Voelker T. RNAi trigger fragment truncation attenuates soybean FAD2-1 transcript suppression and yields intermediate oil phenotypes. Plant Biotechnol J. 2011;9:723-8 pubmed publisher
  4. Li W, Chetelat R. A pollen factor linking inter- and intraspecific pollen rejection in tomato. Science. 2010;330:1827-30 pubmed publisher
  5. Seo Y, Chern M, Bartley L, Han M, Jung K, Lee I, et al. Towards establishment of a rice stress response interactome. PLoS Genet. 2011;7:e1002020 pubmed publisher
    ..The combination of focused interactome and systems analyses described here represents significant progress toward elucidating the molecular basis of traits of agronomic importance. ..
  6. Li C, Distelfeld A, Comis A, Dubcovsky J. Wheat flowering repressor VRN2 and promoter CO2 compete for interactions with NUCLEAR FACTOR-Y complexes. Plant J. 2011;67:763-73 pubmed publisher
  7. Catala C, Rose J, Bennett A. Auxin-regulated genes encoding cell wall-modifying proteins are expressed during early tomato fruit growth. Plant Physiol. 2000;122:527-34 pubmed
  8. Siegfried K, Eshed Y, Baum S, Otsuga D, Drews G, Bowman J. Members of the YABBY gene family specify abaxial cell fate in Arabidopsis. Development. 1999;126:4117-28 pubmed
    ..Furthermore, ectopic expression studies suggest that ubiquitous abaxial cell fate and maintenance of a functional apical meristem are incompatible. ..
  9. Brenner E, Lambert K, Kaloshian I, Williamson V. Characterization of LeMir, a root-knot nematode-induced gene in tomato with an encoded product secreted from the root. Plant Physiol. 1998;118:237-47 pubmed
    ..Analysis of seedling root exudates revealed that LeMir is secreted from the root into the surrounding environment, suggesting that it may interact with soil-borne microorganisms. ..
  10. Chou I, Gasser C. Characterization of the cyclophilin gene family of Arabidopsis thaliana and phylogenetic analysis of known cyclophilin proteins. Plant Mol Biol. 1997;35:873-92 pubmed
    ..Known plant CyPs fall into three clades, one including the majority of higher-plant cytosolic CyPs, one including only ROC2 and a related rice CyP, and one including only chlorplast CyPs. ..
  11. Provencher L, Miao L, Sinha N, Lucas W. Sucrose export defective1 encodes a novel protein implicated in chloroplast-to-nucleus signaling. Plant Cell. 2001;13:1127-41 pubmed
  12. Wallowitz M, Chen R, Tzen J, Teuber S. Ses i 6, the sesame 11S globulin, can activate basophils and shows cross-reactivity with walnut in vitro. Clin Exp Allergy. 2007;37:929-38 pubmed
    ..Additionally, the mBAT may help distinguish between clinically relevant and irrelevant in vitro IgE cross-reactivity of seed storage proteins in nuts and seeds and thus warrants use in further studies. ..
  13. Peleg Z, Reguera M, Tumimbang E, Walia H, Blumwald E. Cytokinin-mediated source/sink modifications improve drought tolerance and increase grain yield in rice under water-stress. Plant Biotechnol J. 2011;9:747-58 pubmed publisher
    ..As a result, the transgenic plants had higher GY with improved quality (nutrients and starch content). ..
  14. Riely B, Larrainzar E, Haney C, Mun J, Gil Quintana E, Gonzalez E, et al. Development of tools for the biochemical characterization of the symbiotic receptor-like kinase DMI2. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2013;26:216-26 pubmed publisher
    ..We further demonstrate that Nod factor (NF) perception increases the abundance of DMI2 vesicles. These tools should be a valuable resource for the Medicago community to dissect the biochemical function of DMI2. ..
  15. Hotton S, Callis J. Regulation of cullin RING ligases. Annu Rev Plant Biol. 2008;59:467-89 pubmed publisher
    ..Described here are the pathways, regulation, and biological function of rubylation and derubylation, as well as future directions and outstanding questions. ..
  16. Simmons C, VanderGheynst J, Upadhyaya S. A model of Agrobacterium tumefaciens vacuum infiltration into harvested leaf tissue and subsequent in planta transgene transient expression. Biotechnol Bioeng. 2009;102:965-70 pubmed publisher
    ..tumefaciens vacuum infiltrated into leaf tissue, suggesting that vacuum infiltration conditions can be tailored to achieve optimal transient transgene expression levels after agroinfiltration. ..
  17. Ngo Q, Albrecht H, Tsuchimatsu T, Grossniklaus U. The differentially regulated genes TvQR1 and TvPirin of the parasitic plant Triphysaria exhibit distinctive natural allelic diversity. BMC Plant Biol. 2013;13:28 pubmed publisher
  18. Powell A, Nguyen C, Hill T, Cheng K, Figueroa Balderas R, Aktas H, et al. Uniform ripening encodes a Golden 2-like transcription factor regulating tomato fruit chloroplast development. Science. 2012;336:1711-5 pubmed publisher
    ..SlGLK2 influences photosynthesis in developing fruit, contributing to mature fruit characteristics and suggesting that selection of u inadvertently compromised ripe fruit quality in exchange for desirable production traits...
  19. Wu J, Gu Y, Hu Y, You F, Dandekar A, Leslie C, et al. Characterizing the walnut genome through analyses of BAC end sequences. Plant Mol Biol. 2012;78:95-107 pubmed publisher
    ..This study is an initial characterization of the walnut genome and provides the largest genomic resource currently available; as such, it will be a valuable tool in studies aimed at genetically improving walnut. ..
  20. Distelfeld A, Dubcovsky J. Characterization of the maintained vegetative phase deletions from diploid wheat and their effect on VRN2 and FT transcript levels. Mol Genet Genomics. 2010;283:223-32 pubmed publisher
    ..Until the specific gene(s) responsible for the down-regulation of VRN2 and FT and the non-flowering phenotype are precisely identified, it is premature to use these results to postulate alternative flowering models. ..
  21. Garcês H, Sinha N. The 'mother of thousands' (Kalanchoë daigremontiana): a plant model for asexual reproduction and CAM studies. Cold Spring Harb Protoc. 2009;2009:pdb.emo133 pubmed publisher
  22. Sharma R, Tan F, Jung K, Sharma M, Peng Z, Ronald P. Transcriptional dynamics during cell wall removal and regeneration reveals key genes involved in cell wall development in rice. Plant Mol Biol. 2011;77:391-406 pubmed publisher
    ..Many of the genes up-regulated during cell wall development are also up-regulated in response to infection and environmental perturbations indicating a coordinated response to diverse types of stress. ..
  23. Mroczka A, Roberts P, Fillatti J, Wiggins B, Ulmasov T, Voelker T. An intron sense suppression construct targeting soybean FAD2-1 requires a double-stranded RNA-producing inverted repeat T-DNA insert. Plant Physiol. 2010;153:882-91 pubmed publisher
    ..We show that this T-DNA configuration produces an inverted repeat transcript and that small interfering RNAs accumulate against the target sequence. ..
  24. Duanmu D, Spalding M. Insertional suppressors of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii that restore growth of air-dier lcib mutants in low CO2. Photosynth Res. 2011;109:123-32 pubmed publisher
  25. Braun N, Davis A, Theg S. The chloroplast Tat pathway utilizes the transmembrane electric potential as an energy source. Biophys J. 2007;93:1993-8 pubmed
  26. Pear J, Ridge N, Rasmussen R, Rose R, Houck C. Isolation and characterization of a fruit-specific cDNA and the corresponding genomic clone from tomato. Plant Mol Biol. 1989;13:639-51 pubmed
    ..In contrast, in situ hybridization of early ripening stages with a polygalacturonase probe shows higher mRNA levels in cells of the outer pericarp and cells surrounding the vascular regions of the pericarp. ..
  27. Hofmann N, Theg S. Physcomitrella patens as a model for the study of chloroplast protein transport: conserved machineries between vascular and non-vascular plants. Plant Mol Biol. 2003;53:621-32 pubmed
    ..These findings identify P. patens as a potentially useful tool for combining genetic and biochemical approaches for the study of chloroplast protein targeting. ..
  28. Douglas S, Li B, Kliebenstein D, Nambara E, Riggs C. A novel Filamentous Flower mutant suppresses brevipedicellus developmental defects and modulates glucosinolate and auxin levels. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0177045 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that FIL acts to oppose KNOX1 gene function through a complex regulatory network that involves changes in secondary metabolites and auxin. ..
  29. Downie B, Gurusinghe S, Dahal P, Thacker R, Snyder J, Nonogaki H, et al. Expression of a GALACTINOL SYNTHASE gene in tomato seeds is up-regulated before maturation desiccation and again after imbibition whenever radicle protrusion is prevented. Plant Physiol. 2003;131:1347-59 pubmed
    ..The physiological implications of LeGOLS-1 expression patterns in seeds and leaves are discussed in light of the hypothesized role of RFOs in plant stress tolerance. ..
  30. Bart R, Chern M, Vega Sánchez M, Canlas P, Ronald P. Rice Snl6, a cinnamoyl-CoA reductase-like gene family member, is required for NH1-mediated immunity to Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae. PLoS Genet. 2010;6:e1001123 pubmed publisher
    ..These results suggest the existence of a conserved group of CCR-like genes involved in the defense response, and with the potential to alter lignin content without affecting development. ..
  31. Weyman P, Pan Z, Feng Q, Gilchrist D, Bostock R. A circadian rhythm-regulated tomato gene is induced by Arachidonic acid and Phythophthora infestans infection. Plant Physiol. 2006;140:235-48 pubmed publisher
    ..A DEA1-green fluorescent protein fusion protein localized to the plasma membrane in protoplasts and plasmolysis experiments, suggesting that the native protein is associated with the plasmalemma in intact cells...
  32. Stone S, Kwong L, Yee K, Pelletier J, Lepiniec L, Fischer R, et al. LEAFY COTYLEDON2 encodes a B3 domain transcription factor that induces embryo development. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2001;98:11806-11 pubmed
    ..Together, these results suggest that LEC2 is a transcriptional regulator that establishes a cellular environment sufficient to initiate embryo development. ..
  33. Chang J, Tai Y, Bernal A, Lavelle D, Staskawicz B, Michelmore R. Functional analyses of the Pto resistance gene family in tomato and the identification of a minor resistance determinant in a susceptible haplotype. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2002;15:281-91 pubmed
    ..LescPth5 induced cell death specifically in response to expression of AvrPto in tobacco in a Prf-dependent manner; this is consistent with a homolog from a 'susceptible' haplotype encoding a minor recognition determinant. ..
  34. Li C, Dubcovsky J. Wheat FT protein regulates VRN1 transcription through interactions with FDL2. Plant J. 2008;55:543-54 pubmed publisher
    ..The high levels of TaFDL2 transcripts observed in wheat leaves provide a simple explanation for this difference. We present a hypothesis to explain the conservation of VRN1 expression in the leaves of temperate cereals. ..
  35. Aoki K, Kragler F, Xoconostle Cazares B, Lucas W. A subclass of plant heat shock cognate 70 chaperones carries a motif that facilitates trafficking through plasmodesmata. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2002;99:16342-7 pubmed publisher
    ..These results are discussed in terms of the roles likely played by this subclass of Hsc70 chaperones in the trafficking of non-cell-autonomous proteins...
  36. Décima Oneto C, Otegui M, Baroli I, Beznec A, Faccio P, Bossio E, et al. Water deficit stress tolerance in maize conferred by expression of an isopentenyltransferase (IPT) gene driven by a stress- and maturation-induced promoter. J Biotechnol. 2016;220:66-77 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results demonstrate that expression of the IPT gene under the regulation of the SARK promoter helps improve productivity under WD conditions in C4 plants like maize. ..
  37. Uchida N, Townsley B, Chung K, Sinha N. Regulation of SHOOT MERISTEMLESS genes via an upstream-conserved noncoding sequence coordinates leaf development. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2007;104:15953-8 pubmed
    ..Together, these findings reveal a regulatory point of leaf development mediated through a conserved, noncoding sequence in STM genes...
  38. Bassil E, Hu H, Brown P. Use of phenylboronic acids to investigate boron function in plants. Possible role of boron in transvacuolar cytoplasmic strands and cell-to-wall adhesion. Plant Physiol. 2004;136:3383-95 pubmed
    ..We conclude that boronic acids can be used to rapidly and reversibly induce boron deficiency-like responses and therefore are useful tools for investigating boron function in plants...
  39. Sudarshana M, Plesha M, Uratsu S, Falk B, Dandekar A, Huang T, et al. A chemically inducible cucumber mosaic virus amplicon system for expression of heterologous proteins in plant tissues. Plant Biotechnol J. 2006;4:551-9 pubmed
    ..Significantly, 70% of the rAAT produced using the CMViva expression system was found to be biologically active, a 170-fold increase in functional protein compared with the CaMV 35S expression system...
  40. Kim M, McCormick S, Timmermans M, Sinha N. The expression domain of PHANTASTICA determines leaflet placement in compound leaves. Nature. 2003;424:438-43 pubmed
    ..Furthermore, this mechanism seems to be shared among compound leaves that arose independently. ..
  41. Guerra D, Pratelli R, Kraft E, Callis J, Pilot G. Functional conservation between mammalian MGRN1 and plant LOG2 ubiquitin ligases. FEBS Lett. 2013;587:3400-5 pubmed publisher
    ..Altogether, these results suggest a conserved function for the N-terminal domain in evolution. ..
  42. Lo S, Theg S. Role of vesicle-inducing protein in plastids 1 in cpTat transport at the thylakoid. Plant J. 2012;71:656-68 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose a model in which VIPP1 facilitates reorganization of the thylakoid structure to increase substrate access to productive binding regions of the membrane as an early step in the cpTat pathway...
  43. Wallowitz M, Peterson W, Uratsu S, Comstock S, Dandekar A, Teuber S. Jug r 4, a legumin group food allergen from walnut (Juglans regia Cv. Chandler). J Agric Food Chem. 2006;54:8369-75 pubmed
    ..Serum IgE from 21 of 37 (57%) patients bound the rJug r 4 fusion protein. In vitro cross-reactivity was demonstrated with hazelnut, cashew, and peanut protein extracts...
  44. Park C, Sharma R, Lefebvre B, Canlas P, Ronald P. The endoplasmic reticulum-quality control component SDF2 is essential for XA21-mediated immunity in rice. Plant Sci. 2013;210:53-60 pubmed publisher
    ..Silencing of the SDF2 genes in the XA21 rice genetic background compromises resistance to Xoo but does not affect plant growth and development. ..
  45. Preuss M, Kovar D, Lee Y, Staiger C, Delmer D, Liu B. A plant-specific kinesin binds to actin microfilaments and interacts with cortical microtubules in cotton fibers. Plant Physiol. 2004;136:3945-55 pubmed publisher
    ..These data also suggest that flowering plants may employ unique KCHs to coordinate actin microfilaments and microtubules during cell growth...
  46. Haywood V, Yu T, Huang N, Lucas W. Phloem long-distance trafficking of GIBBERELLIC ACID-INSENSITIVE RNA regulates leaf development. Plant J. 2005;42:49-68 pubmed
    ..We propose that RNA delivery via the phloem allows for flexibility in fine tuning of developmental programs to ensure newly developing leaves are optimized for performance under the prevailing environmental conditions. ..
  47. Riely B, He H, Venkateshwaran M, Sarma B, Schraiber J, Ané J, et al. Identification of legume RopGEF gene families and characterization of a Medicago truncatula RopGEF mediating polar growth of root hairs. Plant J. 2011;65:230-43 pubmed publisher
    ..The amino terminus of MtRopGEF2 regulates its ability to interact with MtRops in yeast, and regulates its biological activity in vivo. ..
  48. Lotan T, Ohto M, Yee K, West M, Lo R, Kwong R, et al. Arabidopsis LEAFY COTYLEDON1 is sufficient to induce embryo development in vegetative cells. Cell. 1998;93:1195-205 pubmed
    ..Our results suggest that LEC1 is an important regulator of embryo development that activates the transcription of genes required for both embryo morphogenesis and cellular differentiation. ..
  49. Navarro Avino J, Hentzen A, Bennett A. Alternative transcription initiation sites generate two LCA1 Ca2+-ATPase mRNA transcripts in tomato roots. Plant Mol Biol. 1999;40:133-40 pubmed
  50. Lee Y, Giang H, Liu B. A novel plant kinesin-related protein specifically associates with the phragmoplast organelles. Plant Cell. 2001;13:2427-39 pubmed
    ..We discuss the possibility that AtPAKRP1 plays a role in establishing and/or maintaining the phragmoplast MT array, and AtPAKRP2 may contribute to the transport of Golgi-derived vesicles in the phragmoplast. ..
  51. Park C, Peng Y, Chen X, Dardick C, Ruan D, Bart R, et al. Rice XB15, a protein phosphatase 2C, negatively regulates cell death and XA21-mediated innate immunity. PLoS Biol. 2008;6:e231 pubmed publisher
    ..oryzae. These results demonstrate that Xb15 encodes a PP2C that negatively regulates the XA21-mediated innate immune response. ..
  52. Brown R, Nickrent D, Gasser C. Expression of ovule and integument-associated genes in reduced ovules of Santalales. Evol Dev. 2010;12:231-40 pubmed publisher
    ..We hypothesize that ategmic ovules derive from a fusion of the integuments with the nucellus or that the nucellus has taken on some of the characteristics confined to integuments in ancestral species...
  53. Ono N, Tian L. The multiplicity of hairy root cultures: prolific possibilities. Plant Sci. 2011;180:439-46 pubmed publisher
    ..Although many challenges still exist for industrial applications of HRCs, the immediate future of this diverse system, especially for the bench-side scientists, is still found to be promising and abounding in possibilities. ..
  54. COLON CARMONA A, Chen D, Yeh K, Abel S. Aux/IAA proteins are phosphorylated by phytochrome in vitro. Plant Physiol. 2000;124:1728-38 pubmed
    ..Phytochrome-dependent phosphorylation of Aux/IAA proteins is proposed to provide one molecular mechanism for integrating auxin and light signaling in plant development. ..
  55. Kimura S, Koenig D, Kang J, Yoong F, Sinha N. Natural variation in leaf morphology results from mutation of a novel KNOX gene. Curr Biol. 2008;18:672-7 pubmed publisher
    ..This subtle change in interaction between transcription factors leaves essential KNOX1 function in the shoot apical meristem intact and appears to be a facile way to alter leaf morphology during evolution...
  56. Katz E, Fon M, Lee Y, Phinney B, Sadka A, Blumwald E. The citrus fruit proteome: insights into citrus fruit metabolism. Planta. 2007;226:989-1005 pubmed
    ..1,400 proteins from these fractions by searching NCBI-nr (green plants) and citrus ESTs databases, classified these proteins according to their putative function and assigned function according to known biosynthetic pathways...
  57. Qin X, Coku A, Inoue K, Tian L. Expression, subcellular localization, and cis-regulatory structure of duplicated phytoene synthase genes in melon (Cucumis melo L.). Planta. 2011;234:737-48 pubmed publisher
    ..Overall, these data provide new insights into the evolutionary history of plant PSY genes and the regulation of PSY expression by developmental and environmental signals that may involve different regulatory networks...
  58. Lee J, Yoo B, Rojas M, Gomez Ospina N, Staehelin L, Lucas W. Selective trafficking of non-cell-autonomous proteins mediated by NtNCAPP1. Science. 2003;299:392-6 pubmed publisher
    ..These results support a model in which NCAP delivery to plasmodesmata is both selective and regulated...
  59. Leterrier M, Holappa L, Broglie K, Beckles D. Cloning, characterisation and comparative analysis of a starch synthase IV gene in wheat: functional and evolutionary implications. BMC Plant Biol. 2008;8:98 pubmed publisher
    ..The flexible 380s Loop in the starch catalytic domain may be important in defining the specificity of action for each different SS and the G-X-G in motif VI could define SSIV and SSIII action particularly...
  60. Xu X, Gookin T, Jiang C, Reid M. Genes associated with opening and senescence of Mirabilis jalapa flowers. J Exp Bot. 2007;58:2193-201 pubmed
    ..For example, the abundance of transcripts encoding a RING zinc finger protein increased >40 000 fold during the critical period...
  61. Lin M, Belanger H, Lee Y, Varkonyi Gasic E, Taoka K, Miura E, et al. FLOWERING LOCUS T protein may act as the long-distance florigenic signal in the cucurbits. Plant Cell. 2007;19:1488-506 pubmed publisher
    ..maxima FT, but not FT mRNA, crossed the graft union in the phloem translocation stream. Collectively, these studies are consistent with FT functioning as a component of the florigenic signaling system in the cucurbits...
  62. Chen F, Dahal P, Bradford K. Two tomato expansin genes show divergent expression and localization in embryos during seed development and germination. Plant Physiol. 2001;127:928-36 pubmed
    ..The tissue localization and expression patterns of both LeEXP8 and LeEXP10 suggest developmentally specific roles during embryo and seedling growth. ..
  63. Braun N, Theg S. The chloroplast Tat pathway transports substrates in the dark. J Biol Chem. 2008;283:8822-8 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that cpTat transport in the dark is dependent on a pool of protons in the thylakoid held out of equilibrium with those in the bulk aqueous phase...
  64. Saintenac C, Zhang W, Salcedo A, Rouse M, Trick H, Akhunov E, et al. Identification of wheat gene Sr35 that confers resistance to Ug99 stem rust race group. Science. 2013;341:783-786 pubmed publisher
    ..monococcum to polyploid wheat. The cloning of Sr35 opens the door to the use of biotechnological approaches to control this devastating disease and to analyses of the molecular interactions that define the wheat-rust pathosystem. ..
  65. Liu J, Coaker G. Nuclear trafficking during plant innate immunity. Mol Plant. 2008;1:411-22 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, these data illustrate the importance of nuclear trafficking in the manifestation of disease resistance mediated by R genes. ..
  66. Inoue K, Potter D. The chloroplastic protein translocation channel Toc75 and its paralog OEP80 represent two distinct protein families and are targeted to the chloroplastic outer envelope by different mechanisms. Plant J. 2004;39:354-65 pubmed
    ..Our results suggest that Toc75 and OEP80 diverged early in the evolution of plastids from their common ancestor with modern cyanobacteria. ..
  67. Walley J, Coughlan S, Hudson M, Covington M, Kaspi R, Banu G, et al. Mechanical stress induces biotic and abiotic stress responses via a novel cis-element. PLoS Genet. 2007;3:1800-12 pubmed
    ..This structure suggests that plants may have a transcriptional network resembling the general stress signaling pathway in yeast and that the RSRE element may provide the key to this coordinate regulation. ..
  68. Lucas W. Plant viral movement proteins: agents for cell-to-cell trafficking of viral genomes. Virology. 2006;344:169-84 pubmed
  69. Park C, Han S, Chen X, Ronald P. Elucidation of XA21-mediated innate immunity. Cell Microbiol. 2010;12:1017-25 pubmed publisher
  70. Luo Y, Caldwell K, Wroblewski T, Wright M, Michelmore R. Proteolysis of a negative regulator of innate immunity is dependent on resistance genes in tomato and Nicotiana benthamiana and induced by multiple bacterial effectors. Plant Cell. 2009;21:2458-72 pubmed publisher
    ..syringae pv tomato DC3000 led to the identification of two additional sequence-unrelated effectors that can also induce degradation of RIN4. Therefore, multiple bacterial effectors besides AvrRpt2 elicit proteolysis of RIN4 in planta. ..
  71. Park C, Ronald P. Cleavage and nuclear localization of the rice XA21 immune receptor. Nat Commun. 2012;3:920 pubmed publisher
    ..These results suggest a new model for immune receptor function: on receptor recognition of conserved microbial signatures, the associated kinase translocates to the nucleus where it directly interacts with transcriptional regulators. ..
  72. Worden N, Park E, Drakakaki G. Trans-Golgi network: an intersection of trafficking cell wall components. J Integr Plant Biol. 2012;54:875-86 pubmed publisher
    ..Emerging technologies such as chemical genomics and proteomics are promising avenues to gain insight into the trafficking of cell wall components...
  73. Li W, Zhu Z, Chern M, Yin J, Yang C, Ran L, et al. A Natural Allele of a Transcription Factor in Rice Confers Broad-Spectrum Blast Resistance. Cell. 2017;170:114-126.e15 pubmed publisher
    ..Our discovery highlights this novel allele as a strategy for breeding durable resistance in rice. ..
  74. Vucich V, Gasser C. Novel structure of a high molecular weight FK506 binding protein from Arabidopsis thaliana. Mol Gen Genet. 1996;252:510-7 pubmed
    ..The abundance of ROF1 mRNA increased several-fold under stress conditions such as wounding or exposure to elevated NaCl levels. ..
  75. Kliebenstein D. Advancing genetic theory and application by metabolic quantitative trait loci analysis. Plant Cell. 2009;21:1637-46 pubmed publisher
    ..Additionally, the review describes how new observations from metabolic QTL mapping analyses are helping to shape and expand the concepts of genetic epistasis. ..
  76. Cantu D, Blanco Ulate B, Yang L, Labavitch J, Bennett A, Powell A. Ripening-regulated susceptibility of tomato fruit to Botrytis cinerea requires NOR but not RIN or ethylene. Plant Physiol. 2009;150:1434-49 pubmed publisher
    ..These results demonstrate the developmental plasticity of plant responses to the fungus and indicate how known regulators of fruit ripening participate in regulating ripening-associated pathogen susceptibility. ..
  77. Kim S, Andaya C, Goyal S, Tai T. The rice OsLpa1 gene encodes a novel protein involved in phytic acid metabolism. Theor Appl Genet. 2008;117:769-79 pubmed publisher
    ..OsLpa1 represents a novel gene involved in phytic acid metabolism. ..
  78. Chen F, Bradford K. Expression of an expansin is associated with endosperm weakening during tomato seed germination. Plant Physiol. 2000;124:1265-74 pubmed
    ..We hypothesize that LeEXP4 is involved in the regulation of seed germination by contributing to cell wall disassembly associated with endosperm cap weakening. ..
  79. Martínez García P, Fresnedo Ramírez J, Parfitt D, Gradziel T, Crisosto C. Effect prediction of identified SNPs linked to fruit quality and chilling injury in peach [Prunus persica (L.) Batsch]. Plant Mol Biol. 2013;81:161-74 pubmed publisher
    ..The interaction and expression of affected proteins could explain the variation observed in each individual and facilitate understanding of gene regulatory networks for fruit quality traits in peach...
  80. Fu D, Uauy C, Distelfeld A, Blechl A, Epstein L, Chen X, et al. A kinase-START gene confers temperature-dependent resistance to wheat stripe rust. Science. 2009;323:1357-60 pubmed publisher
    ..Yr36 is present in wild wheat but is absent in modern pasta and bread wheat varieties, and therefore it can now be used to improve resistance to stripe rust in a broad set of varieties. ..
  81. Meister R, Kotow L, Gasser C. SUPERMAN attenuates positive INNER NO OUTER autoregulation to maintain polar development of Arabidopsis ovule outer integuments. Development. 2002;129:4281-9 pubmed
    ..Substitution of another YABBY protein coding region (CRABS CLAW) for INO overcomes this negative regulation, indicating that SUP suppresses INO transcription through attenuation of the INO positive autoregulatory loop. ..
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