Experts and Doctors on arabidopsis proteins in California, United States


Locale: California, United States
Topic: arabidopsis proteins

Top Publications

  1. Geng Y, Wu R, Wee C, Xie F, Wei X, Chan P, et al. A spatio-temporal understanding of growth regulation during the salt stress response in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2013;25:2132-54 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, our data reveal a sophisticated assortment of regulatory programs acting together to coordinate spatially patterned biological changes involved in the immediate and long-term response to a stressful shift in environment. ..
  2. Cheng Y, Dai X, Zhao Y. Auxin biosynthesis by the YUCCA flavin monooxygenases controls the formation of floral organs and vascular tissues in Arabidopsis. Genes Dev. 2006;20:1790-9 pubmed
  3. Rautengarten C, Ebert B, Herter T, Petzold C, Ishii T, Mukhopadhyay A, et al. The interconversion of UDP-arabinopyranose and UDP-arabinofuranose is indispensable for plant development in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2011;23:1373-90 pubmed publisher
    ..Concomitant downregulation of RGP1 and RGP2 expression results in plants almost completely deficient in cell wall–derived L-Ara and exhibiting severe developmental defects. ..
  4. Deuschle K, Chaudhuri B, Okumoto S, Lager I, Lalonde S, Frommer W. Rapid metabolism of glucose detected with FRET glucose nanosensors in epidermal cells and intact roots of Arabidopsis RNA-silencing mutants. Plant Cell. 2006;18:2314-25 pubmed
  5. Cerdán P, Chory J. Regulation of flowering time by light quality. Nature. 2003;423:881-5 pubmed
    ..PFT1 functions downstream of phyB to regulate the expression of FLOWERING LOCUS T (FT), providing evidence for the existence of a light-quality pathway that regulates flowering time in plants. ..
  6. Kim T, Kunz H, Bhattacharjee S, Hauser F, Park J, Engineer C, et al. Natural variation in small molecule-induced TIR-NB-LRR signaling induces root growth arrest via EDS1- and PAD4-complexed R protein VICTR in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2012;24:5177-92 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings show a previously unexplored association between a TIR-NB-LRR protein and PAD4 and identify functions of plant immune signaling components in the regulation of root meristematic zone-targeted growth arrest. ..
  7. Zhang S, Broome M, Lawton M, Hunter T, Lamb C. atpk1, a novel ribosomal protein kinase gene from Arabidopsis. II. Functional and biochemical analysis of the encoded protein. J Biol Chem. 1994;269:17593-9 pubmed
    ..A 60-kDa form of Atpk1 derived from the insect cell-expressed p70 was more highly phosphorylated than p70 in in vitro kinase assays, suggesting a negative regulatory domain can be removed by proteolysis. ..
  8. Hachez C, Ohashi Ito K, Dong J, Bergmann D. Differentiation of Arabidopsis guard cells: analysis of the networks incorporating the basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor, FAMA. Plant Physiol. 2011;155:1458-72 pubmed publisher
  9. Ng M, Yanofsky M. Activation of the Arabidopsis B class homeotic genes by APETALA1. Plant Cell. 2001;13:739-53 pubmed

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  1. Chen M, Tao Y, Lim J, Shaw A, Chory J. Regulation of phytochrome B nuclear localization through light-dependent unmasking of nuclear-localization signals. Curr Biol. 2005;15:637-42 pubmed
  2. Persson S, Caffall K, Freshour G, Hilley M, Bauer S, Poindexter P, et al. The Arabidopsis irregular xylem8 mutant is deficient in glucuronoxylan and homogalacturonan, which are essential for secondary cell wall integrity. Plant Cell. 2007;19:237-55 pubmed
  3. Silady R, Kato T, Lukowitz W, Sieber P, Tasaka M, Somerville C. The gravitropism defective 2 mutants of Arabidopsis are deficient in a protein implicated in endocytosis in Caenorhabditis elegans. Plant Physiol. 2004;136:3095-103; discussion 3002 pubmed
    ..We hypothesize that a defect in endocytosis may affect both the initial gravity sensing via amyloplasts sedimentation and the subsequent more general tropic growth response. ..
  4. Zhang P, Foerster H, Tissier C, Mueller L, Paley S, Karp P, et al. MetaCyc and AraCyc. Metabolic pathway databases for plant research. Plant Physiol. 2005;138:27-37 pubmed
  5. Para A, Farré E, Imaizumi T, Pruneda Paz J, Harmon F, Kay S. PRR3 Is a vascular regulator of TOC1 stability in the Arabidopsis circadian clock. Plant Cell. 2007;19:3462-73 pubmed
  6. Wang Z, Bai M, Oh E, Zhu J. Brassinosteroid signaling network and regulation of photomorphogenesis. Annu Rev Genet. 2012;46:701-24 pubmed publisher
    ..The molecular connections in the BR signaling network demonstrate a robust steroid signaling system that has evolved in plants to orchestrate signal transduction, genome expression, metabolism, defense, and development. ..
  7. Zhang J, Kabra N, Cado D, Kang C, Winoto A. FADD-deficient T cells exhibit a disaccord in regulation of the cell cycle machinery. J Biol Chem. 2001;276:29815-8 pubmed
    ..These data suggest that FADD is involved in the regulation of cell cycle machinery in T lymphocytes. ..
  8. Abrash E, Davies K, Bergmann D. Generation of signaling specificity in Arabidopsis by spatially restricted buffering of ligand-receptor interactions. Plant Cell. 2011;23:2864-79 pubmed publisher
  9. Yazawa M, Sadaghiani A, Hsueh B, Dolmetsch R. Induction of protein-protein interactions in live cells using light. Nat Biotechnol. 2009;27:941-5 pubmed publisher
    ..These studies set the stage for the development of light-regulated signaling molecules for controlling receptor activation, synapse formation and other signaling events in organisms. ..
  10. Lamesch P, Dreher K, Swarbreck D, Sasidharan R, Reiser L, Huala E. Using the Arabidopsis information resource (TAIR) to find information about Arabidopsis genes. Curr Protoc Bioinformatics. 2010;Chapter 1:Unit1.11 pubmed publisher
    ..We also describe how to use AraCyc for mining plant metabolic pathways. ..
  11. Parcy F, Nilsson O, Busch M, Lee I, Weigel D. A genetic framework for floral patterning. Nature. 1998;395:561-6 pubmed
    ..On the basis of our observation that LEAFY activates different homeotic genes through distinct mechanisms, we propose a genetic framework for the control of floral patterning. ..
  12. Hothorn M, Dabi T, Chory J. Structural basis for cytokinin recognition by Arabidopsis thaliana histidine kinase 4. Nat Chem Biol. 2011;7:766-8 pubmed publisher
  13. Wang Z, Seto H, Fujioka S, Yoshida S, Chory J. BRI1 is a critical component of a plasma-membrane receptor for plant steroids. Nature. 2001;410:380-3 pubmed
  14. Verdecia M, Larkin R, Ferrer J, Riek R, Chory J, Noel J. Structure of the Mg-chelatase cofactor GUN4 reveals a novel hand-shaped fold for porphyrin binding. PLoS Biol. 2005;3:e151 pubmed
  15. Dietrich D, Pang L, Kobayashi A, Fozard J, Boudolf V, Bhosale R, et al. Root hydrotropism is controlled via a cortex-specific growth mechanism. Nat Plants. 2017;3:17057 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, unlike its role in root gravitropism, the elongation zone performs a dual function during a hydrotropic response, both sensing a water potential gradient and subsequently undergoing differential growth. ..
  16. Hsu S, Kim Y, Li S, Durrant E, Pace R, Woods V, et al. Structural insights into glucan phosphatase dynamics using amide hydrogen-deuterium exchange mass spectrometry. Biochemistry. 2009;48:9891-902 pubmed publisher
    ..Therefore, our results suggest that these regions of the DSP participate in the presentation of the phosphoglucan to the active site and provide the first structural analysis and mode of action of this unique class of phosphatases. ..
  17. Cheng Y, Dai X, Zhao Y. Auxin synthesized by the YUCCA flavin monooxygenases is essential for embryogenesis and leaf formation in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2007;19:2430-9 pubmed
    ..Our data demonstrate that auxin synthesized by the YUC flavin monooxygenases is an essential auxin source for Arabidopsis thaliana embryogenesis and postembryonic organ formation. ..
  18. Ge L, Peer W, Robert S, Swarup R, Ye S, Prigge M, et al. Arabidopsis ROOT UVB SENSITIVE2/WEAK AUXIN RESPONSE1 is required for polar auxin transport. Plant Cell. 2010;22:1749-61 pubmed publisher
    ..Our data indicate that RUS2/WXR1 is required for auxin transport and to maintain the normal levels of PIN proteins in the root. ..
  19. Huang H, Alvarez S, Bindbeutel R, Shen Z, Naldrett M, Evans B, et al. Identification of Evening Complex Associated Proteins in Arabidopsis by Affinity Purification and Mass Spectrometry. Mol Cell Proteomics. 2016;15:201-17 pubmed publisher
    ..thaliana. Coupling mass spectrometry and genetics is a powerful method to rapidly and directly identify novel components and connections within and between complex signaling pathways. ..
  20. De Michele R, McFarlane H, Parsons H, Meents M, Lao J, González Fernández Niño S, et al. Free-Flow Electrophoresis of Plasma Membrane Vesicles Enriched by Two-Phase Partitioning Enhances the Quality of the Proteome from Arabidopsis Seedlings. J Proteome Res. 2016;15:900-13 pubmed publisher
    ..Given the importance of the plasma membrane, this data set provides a valuable tool to further investigate important proteins. The mass spectrometry data are available via ProteomeXchange, identifier PXD001795. ..
  21. Shibagaki N, Grossman A. Binding of cysteine synthase to the STAS domain of sulfate transporter and its regulatory consequences. J Biol Chem. 2010;285:25094-102 pubmed publisher
    ..These observations suggest a regulatory model in which interactions between SULTR1;2 and OASTL coordinate internalization of SO(4)(2-) with the energetic/metabolic state of plant root cells. ..
  22. Kubota A, Ito S, Shim J, Johnson R, Song Y, Breton G, et al. TCP4-dependent induction of CONSTANS transcription requires GIGANTEA in photoperiodic flowering in Arabidopsis. PLoS Genet. 2017;13:e1006856 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, our results demonstrate a novel function of CIN-TCPs as photoperiodic flowering regulators, which may contribute to coordinating plant development with flowering regulation. ..
  23. Sedbrook J, Carroll K, Hung K, Masson P, Somerville C. The Arabidopsis SKU5 gene encodes an extracellular glycosyl phosphatidylinositol-anchored glycoprotein involved in directional root growth. Plant Cell. 2002;14:1635-48 pubmed
    ..Our observations suggest that SKU5 affects two directional growth processes, possibly by participating in cell wall expansion. ..
  24. Vogel J, Raab T, Schiff C, Somerville S. PMR6, a pectate lyase-like gene required for powdery mildew susceptibility in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2002;14:2095-106 pubmed
    ..Thus, pmr6 resistance represents a novel form of disease resistance based on the loss of a gene required during a compatible interaction rather than the activation of known host defense pathways. ..
  25. Smith Z, Long J. Control of Arabidopsis apical-basal embryo polarity by antagonistic transcription factors. Nature. 2010;464:423-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Furthermore, genetic and misexpression studies show an antagonistic relationship between the PLT and HD-ZIP III genes in specifying the root and shoot poles. ..
  26. Baudry A, Ito S, Song Y, Strait A, Kiba T, Lu S, et al. F-box proteins FKF1 and LKP2 act in concert with ZEITLUPE to control Arabidopsis clock progression. Plant Cell. 2010;22:606-22 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results indicate that ZTL, FKF1, and LKP2 together regulate TOC1 and PRR5 degradation and are major contributors to determining the period of circadian oscillation and enhancing robustness. ..
  27. Liwanag A, Ebert B, Verhertbruggen Y, Rennie E, Rautengarten C, Oikawa A, et al. Pectin biosynthesis: GALS1 in Arabidopsis thaliana is a ?-1,4-galactan ?-1,4-galactosyltransferase. Plant Cell. 2012;24:5024-36 pubmed publisher
    ..These observations confirm the identity of the GT92 enzyme as ?-1,4-galactan synthase. The identification of this enzyme could provide an important tool for engineering plants with improved bioenergy properties. ..
  28. Duan L, Dietrich D, Ng C, Chan P, Bhalerao R, Bennett M, et al. Endodermal ABA signaling promotes lateral root quiescence during salt stress in Arabidopsis seedlings. Plant Cell. 2013;25:324-41 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results identify the endodermis as a gateway with an ABA-dependent guard, which prevents root growth into saline environments...
  29. Bai M, Fan M, Oh E, Wang Z. A triple helix-loop-helix/basic helix-loop-helix cascade controls cell elongation downstream of multiple hormonal and environmental signaling pathways in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2012;24:4917-29 pubmed publisher
    ..Our study demonstrates that PREs, IBH1, and HBI1 form a chain of antagonistic switches that regulates cell elongation downstream of multiple external and endogenous signals. ..
  30. Maldonado A, Doerner P, Dixon R, Lamb C, Cameron R. A putative lipid transfer protein involved in systemic resistance signalling in Arabidopsis. Nature. 2002;419:399-403 pubmed
    ..DIR1 encodes a putative apoplastic lipid transfer protein and we propose that DIR1 interacts with a lipid-derived molecule to promote long distance signalling. ..
  31. Sawake S, Tajima N, Mortimer J, Lao J, Ishikawa T, Yu X, et al. KONJAC1 and 2 Are Key Factors for GDP-Mannose Generation and Affect l-Ascorbic Acid and Glucomannan Biosynthesis in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2015;27:3397-409 pubmed publisher
    ..These results suggest that KJCs are key factors for the generation of GDP-Man and affect AsA level and glucomannan accumulation through the stimulation of VTC1 GMPP activity. ..
  32. Li J, Chory J. A putative leucine-rich repeat receptor kinase involved in brassinosteroid signal transduction. Cell. 1997;90:929-38 pubmed
    ..The extracellular domain contains 25 tandem leucine-rich repeats that resemble repeats found in animal hormone receptors, plant disease resistance genes, and genes involved in unknown signaling pathways controlling plant development. ..
  33. Christensen S, Dagenais N, Chory J, Weigel D. Regulation of auxin response by the protein kinase PINOID. Cell. 2000;100:469-78 pubmed
    ..Constitutive expression of PID causes a phenotype in both shoots and roots that is similar to that of auxin-insensitive plants, implying that PID, which encodes a serine-threonine protein kinase, negatively regulates auxin signaling. ..
  34. Hugouvieux V, Murata Y, Young J, Kwak J, Mackesy D, Schroeder J. Localization, ion channel regulation, and genetic interactions during abscisic acid signaling of the nuclear mRNA cap-binding protein, ABH1. Plant Physiol. 2002;130:1276-87 pubmed
    ..These data provide evidence for the model that the mRNA-processing proteins ABH1 and SAD1 function as negative regulators in guard cell ABA signaling. ..
  35. Belkhadir Y, Durbak A, Wierzba M, Schmitz R, Aguirre A, Michel R, et al. Intragenic suppression of a trafficking-defective brassinosteroid receptor mutant in Arabidopsis. Genetics. 2010;185:1283-96 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, our results point toward a model in which bri1-R1 compensates for the protein-folding abnormalities caused by bri1-5, restoring accumulation of the receptor and its delivery to the cell surface. ..
  36. Dong J, Bergmann D. Stomatal patterning and development. Curr Top Dev Biol. 2010;91:267-97 pubmed publisher
    ..We will then consider two new proteins (BASL and PAN1, from Arabidopsis and maize, respectively) that regulate stomatal asymmetric divisions by establishing cell polarity. ..
  37. Nusinow D, Helfer A, Hamilton E, King J, Imaizumi T, Schultz T, et al. The ELF4-ELF3-LUX complex links the circadian clock to diurnal control of hypocotyl growth. Nature. 2011;475:398-402 pubmed publisher
    ..Therefore, the evening complex underlies the molecular basis for circadian gating of hypocotyl growth in the early evening. ..
  38. Schena M, Lloyd A, Davis R. The HAT4 gene of Arabidopsis encodes a developmental regulator. Genes Dev. 1993;7:367-79 pubmed
    ..Thus, the HAT4 gene of Arabidopsis encodes an HD-Zip protein that functions as a novel developmental regulator. ..
  39. Chen L, Hou B, Lalonde S, Takanaga H, Hartung M, Qu X, et al. Sugar transporters for intercellular exchange and nutrition of pathogens. Nature. 2010;468:527-32 pubmed publisher
    ..The metazoan homologues may be involved in sugar efflux from intestinal, liver, epididymis and mammary cells. ..
  40. Yu H, Moss B, Jang S, Prigge M, Klavins E, Nemhauser J, et al. Mutations in the TIR1 auxin receptor that increase affinity for auxin/indole-3-acetic acid proteins result in auxin hypersensitivity. Plant Physiol. 2013;162:295-303 pubmed publisher
    ..This work demonstrates that changes in the leucine-rich repeat domain of the TIR1 auxin coreceptor can alter the properties of SCF(TIR1). ..
  41. Lin I, Sosso D, Chen L, Gase K, Kim S, Kessler D, et al. Nectar secretion requires sucrose phosphate synthases and the sugar transporter SWEET9. Nature. 2014;508:546-9 pubmed publisher
    ..The recruitment of SWEET9 for sucrose export may have been a key innovation, and could have coincided with the evolution of core eudicots and contributed to the evolution of nectar secretion to reward pollinators...
  42. Huang L, Franklin A, Hoffman N. Primary structure and characterization of an Arabidopsis thaliana calnexin-like protein. J Biol Chem. 1993;268:6560-6 pubmed
    ..The presence of a calnexin-like protein within the plant kingdom indicates that this protein is widespread and involved in processes fundamental to all eukaryotes. ..
  43. Hong R, Hamaguchi L, Busch M, Weigel D. Regulatory elements of the floral homeotic gene AGAMOUS identified by phylogenetic footprinting and shadowing. Plant Cell. 2003;15:1296-309 pubmed
  44. Qiao H, Chang K, Yazaki J, Ecker J. Interplay between ethylene, ETP1/ETP2 F-box proteins, and degradation of EIN2 triggers ethylene responses in Arabidopsis. Genes Dev. 2009;23:512-21 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, these studies reveal that a complex interplay between ethylene, the regulation of ETP1/ETP2 F-box proteins, and subsequent targeting and degradation of EIN2 is essential for triggering ethylene responses in plants. ..
  45. Wang Y, Ries A, Wu K, Yang A, Crawford N. The Arabidopsis Prohibitin Gene PHB3 Functions in Nitric Oxide-Mediated Responses and in Hydrogen Peroxide-Induced Nitric Oxide Accumulation. Plant Cell. 2010;22:249-59 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings identify a component of the NO homeostasis system in plants and expand the function of prohibitin genes to include regulation of NO accumulation and NO-mediated responses. ..
  46. Rhee S, Osborne E, Poindexter P, Somerville C. Microspore separation in the quartet 3 mutants of Arabidopsis is impaired by a defect in a developmentally regulated polygalacturonase required for pollen mother cell wall degradation. Plant Physiol. 2003;133:1170-80 pubmed
    ..Immunohistochemical localization of QRT3 indicated that the protein is secreted from tapetal cells during the early microspore stage. Thus, QRT3 plays a direct role in degrading the pollen mother cell wall during microspore development. ..
  47. Maxwell B, Andersson C, Poole D, Kay S, Chory J. HY5, Circadian Clock-Associated 1, and a cis-element, DET1 dark response element, mediate DET1 regulation of chlorophyll a/b-binding protein 2 expression. Plant Physiol. 2003;133:1565-77 pubmed
    ..We conclude that DET1 represses the CAB2 promoter in the dark by regulating the binding of two factors, CAB2 DET1-associated factor 1 and Circadian Clock-Associated 1, to the DtRE. ..
  48. MacAlister C, Ohashi Ito K, Bergmann D. Transcription factor control of asymmetric cell divisions that establish the stomatal lineage. Nature. 2007;445:537-40 pubmed
    ..Similar molecules and regulatory mechanisms are used during muscle and neural development, highlighting a conserved use of closely related bHLHs for cell fate specification and differentiation. ..
  49. Evans M. The indeterminate gametophyte1 gene of maize encodes a LOB domain protein required for embryo Sac and leaf development. Plant Cell. 2007;19:46-62 pubmed publisher
    ..Despite the superficial similarity of ig1-O leaves and embryo sacs, ectopic knox gene expression cannot be detected in ig1-O embryo sacs...
  50. Michael T, Breton G, Hazen S, Priest H, Mockler T, Kay S, et al. A morning-specific phytohormone gene expression program underlying rhythmic plant growth. PLoS Biol. 2008;6:e225 pubmed publisher
    ..This temporal integration of hormone pathways allows plants to fine tune phytohormone responses for seasonal and shade-appropriate growth regulation...
  51. Kim T, Michniewicz M, Bergmann D, Wang Z. Brassinosteroid regulates stomatal development by GSK3-mediated inhibition of a MAPK pathway. Nature. 2012;482:419-22 pubmed publisher
  52. Bai M, Shang J, Oh E, Fan M, Bai Y, Zentella R, et al. Brassinosteroid, gibberellin and phytochrome impinge on a common transcription module in Arabidopsis. Nat Cell Biol. 2012;14:810-7 pubmed publisher
    ..The results demonstrate that GA releases DELLA-mediated inhibition of BZR1, and that the DELLA-BZR1-PIF4 interaction defines a core transcription module that mediates coordinated growth regulation by GA, BR and light signals. ..
  53. Pepper A, Chory J. Extragenic suppressors of the Arabidopsis det1 mutant identify elements of flowering-time and light-response regulatory pathways. Genetics. 1997;145:1125-37 pubmed
    ..In addition, alleles of ted1 are associated with a moderate late-flowering phenotype, suggesting that TED1 plays a role in the pathways that regulate both seedling morphogenesis and the initiation of flowering. ..
  54. Liljegren S, Gustafson Brown C, Pinyopich A, Ditta G, Yanofsky M. Interactions among APETALA1, LEAFY, and TERMINAL FLOWER1 specify meristem fate. Plant Cell. 1999;11:1007-18 pubmed
  55. Somers D, Schultz T, Milnamow M, Kay S. ZEITLUPE encodes a novel clock-associated PAS protein from Arabidopsis. Cell. 2000;101:319-29 pubmed
    ..The striking fluence rate-dependent effect of the ztl mutations suggests that ZTL plays a primary role in the photocontrol of circadian period in higher plants. ..
  56. Gillmor C, Lukowitz W, Brininstool G, Sedbrook J, Hamann T, Poindexter P, et al. Glycosylphosphatidylinositol-anchored proteins are required for cell wall synthesis and morphogenesis in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2005;17:1128-40 pubmed
  57. Mori I, Murata Y, Yang Y, Munemasa S, Wang Y, Andreoli S, et al. CDPKs CPK6 and CPK3 function in ABA regulation of guard cell S-type anion- and Ca(2+)-permeable channels and stomatal closure. PLoS Biol. 2006;4:e327 pubmed
    ..Our findings show important functions of the CPK6 and CPK3 CDPKs in guard cell ion channel regulation and provide genetic evidence for calcium sensors that transduce stomatal ABA signaling. ..
  58. Wenkel S, Emery J, Hou B, Evans M, Barton M. A feedback regulatory module formed by LITTLE ZIPPER and HD-ZIPIII genes. Plant Cell. 2007;19:3379-90 pubmed
  59. Magnani E, Barton M. A per-ARNT-sim-like sensor domain uniquely regulates the activity of the homeodomain leucine zipper transcription factor REVOLUTA in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2011;23:567-82 pubmed publisher
    ..This finding, combined with our phylogenetic analysis, suggests that REVOLUTA is the latest type of HD-ZIP III protein to have evolved in land plants. ..
  60. Chapman E, Greenham K, Castillejo C, SARTOR R, Bialy A, Sun T, et al. Hypocotyl transcriptome reveals auxin regulation of growth-promoting genes through GA-dependent and -independent pathways. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e36210 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that auxin acts independently from and interdependently with PIF and GA pathways to regulate expression of growth-associated genes in cell expansion. ..
  61. Oh E, Zhu J, Wang Z. Interaction between BZR1 and PIF4 integrates brassinosteroid and environmental responses. Nat Cell Biol. 2012;14:802-9 pubmed publisher
    ..These results show that the BZR1-PIF4 interaction controls a core transcription network, enabling plant growth co-regulation by the steroid and environmental signals...
  62. Kinoshita T, Caño Delgado A, Seto H, Hiranuma S, Fujioka S, Yoshida S, et al. Binding of brassinosteroids to the extracellular domain of plant receptor kinase BRI1. Nature. 2005;433:167-71 pubmed
    ..Our results demonstrate that brassinosteroids bind directly to the 94 amino acids comprising ID-LRR22 in the extracellular domain of BRI1, and define a new binding domain for steroid hormones. ..
  63. Gierth M, Maser P, Schroeder J. The potassium transporter AtHAK5 functions in K(+) deprivation-induced high-affinity K(+) uptake and AKT1 K(+) channel contribution to K(+) uptake kinetics in Arabidopsis roots. Plant Physiol. 2005;137:1105-14 pubmed
    ..The results demonstrate an in vivo function for AtHAK5 in the inducible high-affinity K(+) uptake system in Arabidopsis roots...
  64. Kuhn J, Boisson Dernier A, Dizon M, Maktabi M, Schroeder J. The protein phosphatase AtPP2CA negatively regulates abscisic acid signal transduction in Arabidopsis, and effects of abh1 on AtPP2CA mRNA. Plant Physiol. 2006;140:127-39 pubmed
    ..Moreover, expression of a 35SAtPP2CA cDNA fusion in abh1 partially suppresses abh1 hypersensitivity, and the data further suggest that additional mechanisms contribute to ABA hypersensitivity of abh1. ..
  65. Cho H, Tseng T, Kaiserli E, Sullivan S, Christie J, Briggs W. Physiological roles of the light, oxygen, or voltage domains of phototropin 1 and phototropin 2 in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2007;143:517-29 pubmed
    ..The implications of this mechanism with respect to phototropin function are discussed. ..
  66. Rennie E, Hansen S, Baidoo E, Hadi M, Keasling J, Scheller H. Three members of the Arabidopsis glycosyltransferase family 8 are xylan glucuronosyltransferases. Plant Physiol. 2012;159:1408-17 pubmed publisher
    ..We also show that several related proteins, GUX2 to GUX5 and Plant Glycogenin-like Starch Initiation Protein6, are Golgi localized and that only two of these proteins, GUX2 and GUX4, have activity as xylan ?-glucuronosyltransferases. ..
  67. Manabe Y, Verhertbruggen Y, Gille S, Harholt J, Chong S, Pawar P, et al. Reduced Wall Acetylation proteins play vital and distinct roles in cell wall O-acetylation in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2013;163:1107-17 pubmed publisher
  68. Liscum E, Briggs W. Mutations in the NPH1 locus of Arabidopsis disrupt the perception of phototropic stimuli. Plant Cell. 1995;7:473-85 pubmed
  69. Christie J, Swartz T, Bogomolni R, Briggs W. Phototropin LOV domains exhibit distinct roles in regulating photoreceptor function. Plant J. 2002;32:205-19 pubmed
    ..Further photochemical and biochemical analyses also indicate that the LOV1 and LOV2 domains of phot2 exhibit distinct roles. The significance for the different roles of the phototropin LOV domains is discussed. ..
  70. Chen M, Chory J, Fankhauser C. Light signal transduction in higher plants. Annu Rev Genet. 2004;38:87-117 pubmed
  71. Cunnac S, Wilson A, Nuwer J, Kirik A, Baranage G, Mudgett M. A conserved carboxylesterase is a SUPPRESSOR OF AVRBST-ELICITED RESISTANCE in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2007;19:688-705 pubmed
    ..These data indicate that the carboxylesterase inhibits AvrBsT-triggered phenotypes in Arabidopsis. Here, we present the cloning and characterization of the SUPPRESSOR OF AVRBST-ELICITED RESISTANCE1. ..
  72. Oikawa A, Joshi H, Rennie E, Ebert B, Manisseri C, Heazlewood J, et al. An integrative approach to the identification of Arabidopsis and rice genes involved in xylan and secondary wall development. PLoS ONE. 2010;5:e15481 pubmed publisher
  73. Calderon Villalobos L, Lee S, de Oliveira C, Ivetac A, Brandt W, Armitage L, et al. A combinatorial TIR1/AFB-Aux/IAA co-receptor system for differential sensing of auxin. Nat Chem Biol. 2012;8:477-85 pubmed publisher
    ..This co-receptor system broadens the effective concentration range of the hormone and may contribute to the complexity of auxin response. ..
  74. Zhang S, Lawton M, Hunter T, Lamb C. atpk1, a novel ribosomal protein kinase gene from Arabidopsis. I. Isolation, characterization, and expression. J Biol Chem. 1994;269:17586-92 pubmed
    ..The first intron of atpk1 functions as an enhancer in atpk1 expression. ..
  75. Friedrichsen D, Joazeiro C, Li J, Hunter T, Chory J. Brassinosteroid-insensitive-1 is a ubiquitously expressed leucine-rich repeat receptor serine/threonine kinase. Plant Physiol. 2000;123:1247-56 pubmed
    ..Therefore, we conclude that BRI1 is a ubiquitously expressed leucine-rich repeat receptor that plays a role in BR signaling through Ser/Thr phosphorylation. ..
  76. Imaizumi T, Tran H, Swartz T, Briggs W, Kay S. FKF1 is essential for photoperiodic-specific light signalling in Arabidopsis. Nature. 2003;426:302-6 pubmed
    ..It is likely that the circadian control of FKF1 expression and the light regulation of FKF1 function coincide to control the daytime CO waveform precisely, which in turn is crucial for day-length discrimination by Arabidopsis. ..
  77. Dai X, Mashiguchi K, Chen Q, Kasahara H, Kamiya Y, Ojha S, et al. The biochemical mechanism of auxin biosynthesis by an arabidopsis YUCCA flavin-containing monooxygenase. J Biol Chem. 2013;288:1448-57 pubmed publisher
    ..This work reveals the catalytic mechanism of the first known plant flavin monooxygenase and provides a foundation for further investigating how YUC activities are regulated in plants. ..
  78. Zheng Z, Guo Y, Nov k O, Dai X, Zhao Y, Ljung K, et al. Coordination of auxin and ethylene biosynthesis by the aminotransferase VAS1. Nat Chem Biol. 2013;9:244-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Our data indicate that VAS1 serves key roles in coordinating the amounts of these two vital hormones...
  79. Hauser F, Chen W, Deinlein U, Chang K, Ossowski S, Fitz J, et al. A genomic-scale artificial microRNA library as a tool to investigate the functionally redundant gene space in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2013;25:2848-63 pubmed publisher
    ..These resources provide an approach for genome-wide genetic screens of the functionally redundant gene space in Arabidopsis. ..
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