Experts and Doctors on arabidopsis proteins in Norwich, England, United Kingdom


Locale: Norwich, England, United Kingdom
Topic: arabidopsis proteins

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  1. Sorefan K, Girin T, Liljegren S, Ljung K, Robles P, Galvan Ampudia C, et al. A regulated auxin minimum is required for seed dispersal in Arabidopsis. Nature. 2009;459:583-6 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that the simplicity of formation and maintenance make local hormone minima particularly well suited to specify a small number of cells such as the stripes at the valve margins. ..
  2. Mithoe S, Ludwig C, Pel M, Cucinotta M, Casartelli A, Mbengue M, et al. Attenuation of pattern recognition receptor signaling is mediated by a MAP kinase kinase kinase. EMBO Rep. 2016;17:441-54 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, MKKK7 suppresses the reactive oxygen species burst downstream of FLS2, suggesting that MKKK7-mediated attenuation of FLS2 signaling occurs through direct modulation of the FLS2 complex. ..
  3. Fernandez Calvino L, Faulkner C, Walshaw J, Saalbach G, Bayer E, Benitez Alfonso Y, et al. Arabidopsis plasmodesmal proteome. PLoS ONE. 2011;6:e18880 pubmed publisher
  4. Girin T, Paicu T, Stephenson P, Fuentes S, Körner E, O Brien M, et al. INDEHISCENT and SPATULA interact to specify carpel and valve margin tissue and thus promote seed dispersal in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2011;23:3641-53 pubmed publisher
  5. Yasumura Y, Crumpton Taylor M, Fuentes S, Harberd N. Step-by-step acquisition of the gibberellin-DELLA growth-regulatory mechanism during land-plant evolution. Curr Biol. 2007;17:1225-30 pubmed
    ..We conclude that the GA-DELLA growth-regulatory mechanism arose during land-plant evolution and via independent stepwise recruitment of GA-stimulated GID1-DELLA interaction and DELLA growth-repression functions. ..
  6. Ball L, Accotto G, Bechtold U, Creissen G, Funck D, Jimenez A, et al. Evidence for a direct link between glutathione biosynthesis and stress defense gene expression in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2004;16:2448-62 pubmed
  7. Mugford S, Yoshimoto N, Reichelt M, Wirtz M, Hill L, Mugford S, et al. Disruption of adenosine-5'-phosphosulfate kinase in Arabidopsis reduces levels of sulfated secondary metabolites. Plant Cell. 2009;21:910-27 pubmed publisher
    ..The data indicate that the APK1 and APK2 isoforms of APS kinase play a major role in the synthesis of secondary sulfated metabolites and are required for normal growth rates. ..
  8. Postma J, Liebrand T, Bi G, Evrard A, Bye R, Mbengue M, et al. Avr4 promotes Cf-4 receptor-like protein association with the BAK1/SERK3 receptor-like kinase to initiate receptor endocytosis and plant immunity. New Phytol. 2016;210:627-42 pubmed publisher
    ..This reveals that diverse classes of cell surface immune receptors share common requirements for initiation of resistance and endocytosis. ..
  9. Huh S, Cevik V, Ding P, Duxbury Z, Ma Y, Tomlinson L, et al. Protein-protein interactions in the RPS4/RRS1 immune receptor complex. PLoS Pathog. 2017;13:e1006376 pubmed publisher

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  1. Rossignol P, Collier S, Bush M, Shaw P, Doonan J. Arabidopsis POT1A interacts with TERT-V(I8), an N-terminal splicing variant of telomerase. J Cell Sci. 2007;120:3678-87 pubmed
    ..The interaction is specific to the N-terminal region of the telomerase, which can be encoded by splicing variants. This interaction indicates possible mechanisms for telomerase regulation by alternative splicing and by POT1 proteins. ..
  2. Stacey N, Kuromori T, Azumi Y, Roberts G, Breuer C, Wada T, et al. Arabidopsis SPO11-2 functions with SPO11-1 in meiotic recombination. Plant J. 2006;48:206-16 pubmed
    ..Thus, the three Arabidopsis Spo11 homologues appear to function in two discrete processes, i.e. AtSPO11-1 and AtSPO11-2 in meiotic recombination and AtSPO11-3 in DNA replication. ..
  3. Hillmer R, Tsuda K, Rallapalli G, Asai S, Truman W, Papke M, et al. The highly buffered Arabidopsis immune signaling network conceals the functions of its components. PLoS Genet. 2017;13:e1006639 pubmed publisher
    ..Similar to potential pathogenic perturbations, null-mutant effects on immune signaling can be buffered by the network. ..
  4. Koroleva O, Tomlinson M, Parinyapong P, Sakvarelidze L, Leader D, Shaw P, et al. CycD1, a putative G1 cyclin from Antirrhinum majus, accelerates the cell cycle in cultured tobacco BY-2 cells by enhancing both G1/S entry and progression through S and G2 phases. Plant Cell. 2004;16:2364-79 pubmed
    ..Therefore, in contrast with animal D cyclins, CycD1 can promote both G0/G1/S and S/G2/M progression. This indicates that D cyclin function may have diverged between plants and animals...
  5. Simpson G, Dijkwel P, Quesada V, Henderson I, Dean C. FY is an RNA 3' end-processing factor that interacts with FCA to control the Arabidopsis floral transition. Cell. 2003;113:777-87 pubmed
    ..We propose that FCA controls 3' end formation of specific transcripts and that in higher eukaryotes, proteins homologous to FY may have evolved as sites of association for regulators of RNA 3' end processing. ..
  6. Bush M, Crowe N, Zheng T, Doonan J. The RNA helicase, eIF4A-1, is required for ovule development and cell size homeostasis in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2015;84:989-1004 pubmed publisher
    ..Single eif4a1 mutants are semisterile and show aberrant ovule growth, whereas double eif4a1 eif4a2 homozygous mutants could not be recovered, indicating that eIF4A function is essential for plant growth and development. ..
  7. Simpson C, Thomas C, Findlay K, Bayer E, Maule A. An Arabidopsis GPI-anchor plasmodesmal neck protein with callose binding activity and potential to regulate cell-to-cell trafficking. Plant Cell. 2009;21:581-94 pubmed publisher
  8. Stransfeld L, Eriksson S, Adamski N, Breuninger H, Lenhard M. KLUH/CYP78A5 promotes organ growth without affecting the size of the early primordium. Plant Signal Behav. 2010;5:982-4 pubmed
  9. Szakonyi D, Byrne M. Ribosomal protein L27a is required for growth and patterning in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant J. 2011;65:269-81 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that RPL27aC regulates discrete developmental events by controlling spatial and temporal expression of developmental patterning genes via an as yet undefined process involving the ribosome. ..
  10. Nekrasov V, Li J, Batoux M, Roux M, Chu Z, Lacombe S, et al. Control of the pattern-recognition receptor EFR by an ER protein complex in plant immunity. EMBO J. 2009;28:3428-38 pubmed publisher
    ..They also provide an unexpected differential requirement for ER-QC and N-glycosylation components by two closely related receptors. ..
  11. Li J, Zhao Hui C, Batoux M, Nekrasov V, Roux M, Chinchilla D, et al. Specific ER quality control components required for biogenesis of the plant innate immune receptor EFR. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009;106:15973-8 pubmed publisher
    ..These data reveal a previously unsuspected role of a specific subset of ER-QC machinery components for PRR accumulation in plant innate immunity. ..
  12. Chan J, Sambade A, Calder G, Lloyd C. Arabidopsis cortical microtubules are initiated along, as well as branching from, existing microtubules. Plant Cell. 2009;21:2298-306 pubmed publisher
    ..These phenomena help explain the persistence of bundles and counterbalance the tendency to branch. ..
  13. Penfield S, Meissner R, Shoue D, Carpita N, Bevan M. MYB61 is required for mucilage deposition and extrusion in the Arabidopsis seed coat. Plant Cell. 2001;13:2777-91 pubmed
    ..Germination and seedling establishment were compromised in the myb61 and ttg1-1 mutants under conditions of reduced water potential, suggesting a function for Arabidopsis seed mucilage during germination in dry conditions. ..
  14. Luo J, Fuell C, Parr A, Hill L, Bailey P, Elliott K, et al. A novel polyamine acyltransferase responsible for the accumulation of spermidine conjugates in Arabidopsis seed. Plant Cell. 2009;21:318-33 pubmed publisher
    ..The structurally related BAHD enzyme encoded by At2g25150 is expressed specifically in roots and has spermidine coumaroyl CoA acyltransferase (SCT) activity both in vitro and in vivo...
  15. Devoto A, Ellis C, Magusin A, Chang H, Chilcott C, Zhu T, et al. Expression profiling reveals COI1 to be a key regulator of genes involved in wound- and methyl jasmonate-induced secondary metabolism, defence, and hormone interactions. Plant Mol Biol. 2005;58:497-513 pubmed
    ..These results indicate that COI1 plays a pivotal role in wound- and JA signalling. ..
  16. Liu F, Bakht S, Dean C. Cotranscriptional role for Arabidopsis DICER-LIKE 4 in transcription termination. Science. 2012;335:1621-3 pubmed publisher
    ..We conclude that DCL4 promotes transcription termination of the Arabidopsis FCA gene, reducing the amount of aberrant RNA produced from the locus. ..
  17. Pignocchi C, Doonan J. Interaction of a 14-3-3 protein with the plant microtubule-associated protein EDE1. Ann Bot. 2011;107:1103-9 pubmed publisher
    ..The results suggest that 14-3-3 proteins may play a role in cytoskeletal organization of plant cells. The potential role of this interaction in the dynamics of EDE1 during the cell cycle is discussed...
  18. Girin T, Stephenson P, Goldsack C, Kempin S, Perez A, Pires N, et al. Brassicaceae INDEHISCENT genes specify valve margin cell fate and repress replum formation. Plant J. 2010;63:329-38 pubmed publisher
    ..An enlargement of replum size was also observed in the Arabidopsis ind mutant suggesting a general role of Brassicaceae IND genes in preventing valve margin cells from adopting replum identity. ..
  19. Arnaud N, Girin T, Sorefan K, Fuentes S, Wood T, Lawrenson T, et al. Gibberellins control fruit patterning in Arabidopsis thaliana. Genes Dev. 2010;24:2127-32 pubmed publisher
  20. Kawashima C, Matthewman C, Huang S, Lee B, Yoshimoto N, Koprivova A, et al. Interplay of SLIM1 and miR395 in the regulation of sulfate assimilation in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2011;66:863-76 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, miR395 is an integral part of the regulatory circuit controlling plant sulfate assimilation with a complex mechanism of action...
  21. Swiezewski S, Liu F, Magusin A, Dean C. Cold-induced silencing by long antisense transcripts of an Arabidopsis Polycomb target. Nature. 2009;462:799-802 pubmed publisher
    ..Antisense transcription events originating from 3' ends of genes might be a general mechanism to regulate the corresponding sense transcription in a condition/stage-dependent manner. ..
  22. Azevedo C, Betsuyaku S, Peart J, Takahashi A, Noël L, Sadanandom A, et al. Role of SGT1 in resistance protein accumulation in plant immunity. EMBO J. 2006;25:2007-16 pubmed
    ..While the respective tetratricopeptide repeat (TPR) domains of SGT1a and SGT1b control protein accumulation, they are dispensable for intrinsic functions of SGT1 in resistance and auxin responses. ..
  23. Collins N, Thordal Christensen H, Lipka V, Bau S, Kombrink E, Qiu J, et al. SNARE-protein-mediated disease resistance at the plant cell wall. Nature. 2003;425:973-7 pubmed
    ..Functions associated with SNARE-dependent penetration resistance are dispensable for immunity mediated by race-specific resistance (R) genes, highlighting fundamental differences between these two resistance forms. ..
  24. Bush M, Hutchins A, Jones A, Naldrett M, Jarmolowski A, Lloyd C, et al. Selective recruitment of proteins to 5' cap complexes during the growth cycle in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2009;59:400-12 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings suggest that the dynamic and selective recruitment of various proteins to mRNA 5' cap complexes could play an important role in the regulation of gene expression. ..
  25. Thomas C, Schmidt D, Bayer E, Dreos R, Maule A. Arabidopsis plant homeodomain finger proteins operate downstream of auxin accumulation in specifying the vasculature and primary root meristem. Plant J. 2009;59:426-36 pubmed publisher
    ..We suggest that OBE1 and OBE2 most likely control the transcription of genes required for auxin responses through the action of their PHD finger domains. ..
  26. Conti L, Bradley D. TERMINAL FLOWER1 is a mobile signal controlling Arabidopsis architecture. Plant Cell. 2007;19:767-78 pubmed
    ..This novel feedback signaling mechanism would ensure that shoot meristem identity is maintained and the appropriate inflorescence architecture develops. ..
  27. Fuentes S, Ljung K, Sorefan K, Alvey E, Harberd N, Østergaard L. Fruit growth in Arabidopsis occurs via DELLA-dependent and DELLA-independent gibberellin responses. Plant Cell. 2012;24:3982-96 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, our results describe additional complexities in GA signaling during fruit development, which may be particularly important to optimize the conditions for successful reproduction. ..
  28. van der Does D, Boutrot F, Engelsdorf T, Rhodes J, McKenna J, Vernhettes S, et al. The Arabidopsis leucine-rich repeat receptor kinase MIK2/LRR-KISS connects cell wall integrity sensing, root growth and response to abiotic and biotic stresses. PLoS Genet. 2017;13:e1006832 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, our data identify MIK2 as a novel component in cell wall integrity sensing and suggest that MIK2 is a nexus linking cell wall integrity sensing to growth and environmental cues. ..
  29. Moschopoulos A, Derbyshire P, Byrne M. The Arabidopsis organelle-localized glycyl-tRNA synthetase encoded by EMBRYO DEFECTIVE DEVELOPMENT1 is required for organ patterning. J Exp Bot. 2012;63:5233-43 pubmed publisher
    ..Potentially, signalling from organelles is essential for coordination of different cell fates within the developing leaf...
  30. Crevillen P, Sonmez C, Wu Z, Dean C. A gene loop containing the floral repressor FLC is disrupted in the early phase of vernalization. EMBO J. 2013;32:140-8 pubmed publisher
    ..We suggest that gene loop disruption is an early step in the switch from an expressed to a Polycomb-silenced state...
  31. Caillaud M, Asai S, Rallapalli G, Piquerez S, Fabro G, Jones J. A downy mildew effector attenuates salicylic acid-triggered immunity in Arabidopsis by interacting with the host mediator complex. PLoS Biol. 2013;11:e1001732 pubmed publisher
  32. Caillaud M, Piquerez S, Jones J. Characterization of the membrane-associated HaRxL17 Hpa effector candidate. Plant Signal Behav. 2012;7:145-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, HaRxL17 that increases plant susceptibility to Hpa during both compatible and incompatible interactions, localizes around oomycete haustoria when stably expressed in Arabidopsis. ..
  33. Evans Roberts K, Breuer C, Wall M, Sugimoto Shirasu K, Maxwell A. Arabidopsis thaliana GYRB3 does not encode a DNA gyrase subunit. PLoS ONE. 2010;5:e9899 pubmed publisher
    ..These data strongly suggest that AtGyrB3 is not a gyrase subunit but has another unknown function. One possibility is that it is a nuclear protein with a role in meiosis in pollen. ..
  34. Jones A, Maclean D, Studholme D, Serna Sanz A, Andreasson E, Rathjen J, et al. Phosphoproteomic analysis of nuclei-enriched fractions from Arabidopsis thaliana. J Proteomics. 2009;72:439-51 pubmed publisher
    ..Intriguingly, we also identified phosphorylation sites on several proteins associated with Golgi vesicle trafficking such as the exocyst complex, and speculate that these may be involved in cell plate formation during cytokinesis. ..
  35. Seifert G, Roberts K. The biology of arabinogalactan proteins. Annu Rev Plant Biol. 2007;58:137-61 pubmed
  36. Andriotis V, Pike M, Kular B, Rawsthorne S, Smith A. Starch turnover in developing oilseed embryos. New Phytol. 2010;187:791-804 pubmed publisher
    ..The pathways of embryo starch metabolism are similar in several respects to those in Arabidopsis leaves. ..
  37. Thomas C, Bayer E, Ritzenthaler C, Fernandez Calvino L, Maule A. Specific targeting of a plasmodesmal protein affecting cell-to-cell communication. PLoS Biol. 2008;6:e7 pubmed publisher
    ..They exhibit a mode of intracellular trafficking and targeting novel for plant biology and provide technological opportunities for targeting different proteins to plasmodesmata to aid in plasmodesmal characterisation...
  38. Tedman Jones J, Lei R, Jay F, Fabro G, Li X, Reiter W, et al. Characterization of Arabidopsis mur3 mutations that result in constitutive activation of defence in petioles, but not leaves. Plant J. 2008;56:691-703 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that perturbed cell wall biosynthesis may activate plant defence and provide a rationale for the cie1 and the mur3 knockout phenotypes. ..
  39. Lee B, Huseby S, Koprivova A, Chételat A, Wirtz M, Mugford S, et al. Effects of fou8/fry1 mutation on sulfur metabolism: is decreased internal sulfate the trigger of sulfate starvation response?. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e39425 pubmed publisher
    ..However, as well as resolving these important questions on the regulation of sulfate assimilation in plants, fou8 has also opened an array of new questions on the links between jasmonate synthesis and sulfur metabolism...
  40. Favery B, Ryan E, Foreman J, Linstead P, Boudonck K, Steer M, et al. KOJAK encodes a cellulose synthase-like protein required for root hair cell morphogenesis in Arabidopsis. Genes Dev. 2001;15:79-89 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that KOJAK/AtCSLD3 is involved in the biosynthesis of beta-glucan-containing polysaccharides that are required during root hair elongation. ..
  41. Gendall A, Levy Y, Wilson A, Dean C. The VERNALIZATION 2 gene mediates the epigenetic regulation of vernalization in Arabidopsis. Cell. 2001;107:525-35 pubmed
    ..VRN2 function therefore stably maintains FLC repression after a cold treatment, serving as a mechanism for the cellular memory of vernalization. ..
  42. Nicaise V, Joe A, Jeong B, Korneli C, Boutrot F, Westedt I, et al. Pseudomonas HopU1 modulates plant immune receptor levels by blocking the interaction of their mRNAs with GRP7. EMBO J. 2013;32:701-12 pubmed publisher
    ..This inhibition correlates with reduced FLS2 protein levels upon Pseudomonas infection in a HopU1-dependent manner. Our results reveal a novel virulence strategy used by a microbial effector to interfere with host immunity. ..
  43. Robert Seilaniantz A, Maclean D, Jikumaru Y, Hill L, Yamaguchi S, Kamiya Y, et al. The microRNA miR393 re-directs secondary metabolite biosynthesis away from camalexin and towards glucosinolates. Plant J. 2011;67:218-31 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that miR393 levels can fine-tune plant defences and prioritize resources...
  44. Klimyuk V, Jones J. AtDMC1, the Arabidopsis homologue of the yeast DMC1 gene: characterization, transposon-induced allelic variation and meiosis-associated expression. Plant J. 1997;11:1-14 pubmed
    ..RT-PCR analysis showed that the expression levels of AtDMC1 and ArLIM15 are similar. Possible uses for the AtDMC1 promoter are discussed. ..
  45. O Neill C, Baker D, Bennett G, Clarke J, Bancroft I. Two high linolenic mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana contain megabase-scale genome duplications encompassing the FAD3 locus. Plant J. 2011;68:912-8 pubmed publisher
  46. Schneider K, Mathur J, Boudonck K, Wells B, Dolan L, Roberts K. The ROOT HAIRLESS 1 gene encodes a nuclear protein required for root hair initiation in Arabidopsis. Genes Dev. 1998;12:2013-21 pubmed
    ..Our molecular and genetic data with double mutants, together with the expression analysis of a GL2 promoter-GUS reporter gene construct, indicate that the RHL1 gene acts independently of GL2. ..
  47. Benitez Alfonso Y, Faulkner C, Pendle A, Miyashima S, Helariutta Y, Maule A. Symplastic intercellular connectivity regulates lateral root patterning. Dev Cell. 2013;26:136-47 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results show that regulation of callose and cell-to-cell connectivity is critical in determining the pattern of lateral root formation, which influences root architecture and optimal plant performance. ..
  48. Sauret Güeto S, Schiessl K, Bangham A, Sablowski R, Coen E. JAGGED controls Arabidopsis petal growth and shape by interacting with a divergent polarity field. PLoS Biol. 2013;11:e1001550 pubmed publisher
  49. Bennett R, Wenke T, Freudenberg B, Mellon F, Ludwig Müller J. The tu8 mutation of Arabidopsis thaliana encoding a heterochromatin protein 1 homolog causes defects in the induction of secondary metabolite biosynthesis. Plant Biol (Stuttg). 2005;7:348-57 pubmed
    ..Loss of function or altered function in the heterochromatin protein most likely lead to the pleiotropic phenotype observed for the tu8 mutant. ..
  50. Greb T, Mylne J, Crevillen P, Geraldo N, An H, Gendall A, et al. The PHD finger protein VRN5 functions in the epigenetic silencing of Arabidopsis FLC. Curr Biol. 2007;17:73-8 pubmed
  51. Pignocchi C, Minns G, Nesi N, Koumproglou R, Kitsios G, Benning C, et al. ENDOSPERM DEFECTIVE1 Is a Novel Microtubule-Associated Protein Essential for Seed Development in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2009;21:90-105 pubmed publisher
    ..We conclude that EDE1 is a novel plant-specific microtubule-associated protein essential for microtubule function during the mitotic and cytokinetic stages that generate the Arabidopsis endosperm and embryo. ..
  52. Matthewman C, Kawashima C, Huska D, Csorba T, Dalmay T, Kopriva S. miR395 is a general component of the sulfate assimilation regulatory network in Arabidopsis. FEBS Lett. 2012;586:3242-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, miR395 is an integral part of the regulatory network of sulfate assimilation...
  53. Schwessinger B, Roux M, Kadota Y, Ntoukakis V, Sklenar J, Jones A, et al. Phosphorylation-dependent differential regulation of plant growth, cell death, and innate immunity by the regulatory receptor-like kinase BAK1. PLoS Genet. 2011;7:e1002046 pubmed publisher
  54. Strange A, Li P, Lister C, Anderson J, Warthmann N, Shindo C, et al. Major-effect alleles at relatively few loci underlie distinct vernalization and flowering variation in Arabidopsis accessions. PLoS ONE. 2011;6:e19949 pubmed publisher
    ..Overall, our data suggest that distinct phenotypic variation in the vernalization and flowering response of Arabidopsis accessions is accounted for by variation that has arisen independently at relatively few major-effect loci. ..
  55. Kuchen E, Fox S, de Reuille P, Kennaway R, Bensmihen S, Avondo J, et al. Generation of leaf shape through early patterns of growth and tissue polarity. Science. 2012;335:1092-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Our model allows a range of observed leaf shapes to be generated and predicts observed clone patterns in different species. Thus, our experimentally validated model may underlie the development and evolution of diverse organ shapes. ..
  56. Luo J, Butelli E, Hill L, Parr A, Niggeweg R, Bailey P, et al. AtMYB12 regulates caffeoyl quinic acid and flavonol synthesis in tomato: expression in fruit results in very high levels of both types of polyphenol. Plant J. 2008;56:316-26 pubmed publisher
  57. Chan J, Calder G, Doonan J, Lloyd C. EB1 reveals mobile microtubule nucleation sites in Arabidopsis. Nat Cell Biol. 2003;5:967-71 pubmed
    ..These minus-end nucleation sites are mobile, explaining how the cortical array can redistribute during the cell cycle and supporting the idea of a flexible centrosome in plants. ..
  58. Sugimoto Shirasu K, Stacey N, Corsar J, Roberts K, McCann M. DNA topoisomerase VI is essential for endoreduplication in Arabidopsis. Curr Biol. 2002;12:1782-6 pubmed
    ..We propose that this topoisomerase VI complex is essential for the decatenation of replicated chromosomes during endocycles and that successive rounds of endoreduplication are required for the full growth of specific cell types. ..
  59. Lohmann D, Stacey N, Breuninger H, Jikumaru Y, Muller D, Sicard A, et al. SLOW MOTION is required for within-plant auxin homeostasis and normal timing of lateral organ initiation at the shoot meristem in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2010;22:335-48 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that SLOMO contributes to auxin homeostasis in the shoot meristem, thus ensuring a normal rate of the formation of auxin maxima and organ initiation. ..
  60. Devoto A, Nieto Rostro M, Xie D, Ellis C, Harmston R, Patrick E, et al. COI1 links jasmonate signalling and fertility to the SCF ubiquitin-ligase complex in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2002;32:457-66 pubmed
    ..COI1 is therefore expected to form a functional E3-type ubiquitin ligase in plants and to regulate expression of jasmonate responsive genes, possibly by targeted ubiquitination of a histone deacetylase. ..
  61. Yi K, Menand B, Bell E, Dolan L. A basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor controls cell growth and size in root hairs. Nat Genet. 2010;42:264-7 pubmed publisher
    ..The control of postmitotic growth by transcription factors may represent a general mechanism for regulating cell size across diverse organisms. ..