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Ajay Kumar et al.
BMC genomics, 13, 597-597 (2012-11-07)
Development of a high quality reference sequence is a daunting task in crops like wheat with large (~17Gb), highly repetitive (>80%) and polyploid genome. To achieve complete sequence assembly of such genomes, development of a high quality physical map is...
Neha Upadhyay et al.
Plant, cell & environment, 43(3), 745-759 (2019-11-05)
MATE (multidrug and toxic compound extrusion) transporters play multiple roles in plants including detoxification, secondary metabolite transport, aluminium (Al) tolerance, and disease resistance. Here we identify and characterize the role of the Arabidopsis MATE transporter DETOXIFICATION30. AtDTX30 regulates auxin homeostasis...
Fanny Ramel et al.
BMC plant biology, 9, 28-28 (2009-03-17)
Besides being essential for plant structure and metabolism, soluble carbohydrates play important roles in stress responses. Sucrose has been shown to confer to Arabidopsis seedlings a high level of tolerance to the herbicide atrazine, which causes reactive oxygen species (ROS)...
A J Meyer et al.
The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology, 27(1), 67-78 (2001-08-08)
A new, non-destructive assay is described to quantify cytoplasmic glutathione (GSH) levels in vivo in single cells or populations of cells from Arabidopsis suspension cultures. Cytoplasmic GSH was labelled with monochlorobimane (MCB) in situ to give a fluorescent GSH-bimane (GSB)...
Tianxiao Lv et al.
Plant physiology, 181(3), 1314-1327 (2019-09-25)
Calmodulin (CaM) regulates plant disease responses through its downstream calmodulin-binding proteins (CaMBPs) often by affecting the biosynthesis or signaling of phytohormones, such as jasmonic acid (JA) and salicylic acid. However, how these CaMBPs mediate plant hormones and other stress resistance-related...
Li Huang et al.
Autophagy, 15(3), 407-422 (2018-09-14)
Glucose produced from photosynthesis is a key nutrient signal regulating root meristem activity in plants; however, the underlying mechanisms remain poorly understood. Here, we show that, by modulating reactive oxygen species (ROS) levels, the conserved macroautophagy/autophagy degradation pathway contributes to...
Nicole E Martinez et al.
Sensors (Basel, Switzerland), 18(9) (2018-08-24)
This study considers whether a relationship exists between response to lithium (Li) exposure and select vegetation indices (VI) determined from reflectance spectra in each of four plant species: Arabidopsis thaliana, Helianthus annuus (sunflower), Brassica napus (rape), and Zea mays (corn)....
Chen Gao et al.
Current biology : CB, 30(10), 1970-1977 (2020-04-11)
The plant hormone auxin serves as central regulator of growth and development. Auxin transporters in the plasma membrane are assumed to define tissue-level patterns of auxin distribution [1, 2]. However, auxin is small enough to diffuse through the plasmodesmata that...
Liang Chen et al.
Autophagy, 11(12), 2233-2246 (2015-11-14)
Autophagy involves massive degradation of intracellular components and functions as a conserved system that helps cells to adapt to adverse conditions. In mammals, hypoxia rapidly stimulates autophagy as a cell survival response. Here, we examine the function of autophagy in...
In vitro cultures and regeneration of Bienertia sinuspersici (Chenopodiaceae) under increasing concentrations of sodium chloride and carbon dioxide.
Rosnow J, Offermann S, Park J, et al.
Plant Cell Reports (2011)
M Guan et al.
Journal of experimental botany, 66(1), 203-212 (2014-10-16)
Nitrogen (N) remobilization from reserves to sinks is essential for seedling establishment and seed production. Cytosolic glutamine synthetase (GS1) is up-regulated during both seed germination and seed filling in plants. However, the specific roles of the individual GS1 isogenes with...
Mohamed Hanchi et al.
Plant physiology, 176(4), 2943-2962 (2018-02-25)
Phosphate starvation-mediated induction of the HAD-type phosphatases PPsPase1 (AT1G73010) and PECP1 (AT1G17710) has been reported in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana). However, little is known about their in vivo function or impact on plant responses to nutrient deficiency. The preferences of PPsPase1...
Iram Siddique et al.
Applied biochemistry and biotechnology, 162(7), 2067-2074 (2010-05-13)
An effective protocol was developed for in vitro regeneration of the Cassia angustifolia via indirect organogenesis from petiole explants excised from 21-day-old axenic seedlings. Organogenic callus were induced on Murashige and Skoog (MS) medium supplemented with 5.0 µM 2,4-dichlorophenoxy acetic acid...
K Sopalun et al.
Cryo letters, 31(4), 347-357 (2010-09-08)
Three vitrification-based methods for the cryopreservation of Grammatophyllum speciosum protocorms were invesigated: droplet-vitrification, encapsulation-dehydration and encapsulation-vitrification. Protocorms, 0.1 cm in diameter, developed from 2-month-old germinating seeds were used. For droplet-vitrification, protocorms were precultured on filter paper soaked in half strength...
Smita P Chavan et al.
Applied microbiology and biotechnology, 89(6), 1701-1707 (2010-12-02)
The present study examined the effects of plant growth hormones, incubation period, biotic (Trametes versicolor, Mucor sp., Penicillium notatum, Rhizopus stolonifer, and Fusarium oxysporum) and abiotic (NaCl, MgSO(4), FeSO(4), ZnSO(4), and FeCl(3)) elicitors on cell growth and α-tocopherol and pigment...
Liang Zhu Y et al.
Plant physiology, 119(1), 73-80 (1999-01-08)
An important pathway by which plants detoxify heavy metals is through sequestration with heavy-metal-binding peptides called phytochelatins or their precursor, glutathione. To identify limiting factors for heavy-metal accumulation and tolerance, and to develop transgenic plants with an increased capacity to...
Saxena et al.
Plant science : an international journal of experimental plant biology, 155(2), 133-140 (2000-05-18)
Efficient protocols have been established for both direct and indirect regeneration of plants in Pelargonium graveolens Indian cultivar Hemanti (Algerian type). Murashige and Skoog's (MS) medium [T. Murashige, F. Skoog, A revised medium for rapid growth and bioassays with tobacco...
Jingyi Wang et al.
Scientific reports, 9(1), 141-141 (2019-01-16)
Abiotic stress significantly impacts growth and yield of crop plants. It is imperative for crop improvement to discover and utilize stress-tolerant functional genes. In this study, genes responding to abiotic stresses, such as freezing, salt and osmotic stress, were screened...
Meral Özkul et al.
Cytotechnology, 68(6), 2395-2405 (2016-02-14)
2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) is a synthetic plant growth regulator that is highly toxic to most broad leaved plants and relatively nontoxic to monocotyledonous plants; is frequently used as weed killer. The study aimed to investigate cytogenetic effects of different concentrations...
Keiko Midorikawa et al.
Scientific reports, 9(1), 271-271 (2019-01-24)
Non-viral gene carriers have been extensively investigated as alternatives to viral vectors for gene delivery systems into animal and plant cells. A non-viral gene carrier containing a cell-penetrating peptide and a cationic sequence was previously developed for use in intact...
Yu-Ting Lin et al.
Plant & cell physiology, 56(6), 1124-1143 (2015-03-07)
The chromomethylase (CMT) protein family is unique to plants and controls non-CpG methylation. Here, we investigated the developmental expression of CMT3-2 in Nicotiana benthamiana (NbCMT3-2) and its significance by analyzing plants with silenced NbCMT3-2 and leaf tissues transiently expressing the...
C Srinivasan et al.
Plant cell reports, 30(4), 655-664 (2011-01-08)
Transgenic plants of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L) and European plum (Prunus domestica L) were produced by transforming with the apple class 1 KNOX genes (MdKN1 and MdKN2) or corn KNOX1 gene. Transgenic tobacco plants were regenerated in vitro from transformed...
Amr R A Kataya et al.
PloS one, 12(7), e0180478-e0180478 (2017-07-06)
Eukaryotic protein phosphatase 4 (PP4) is a PP2A-type protein phosphatase that is part of a conserved complex with regulatory factors PSY2 and PP4R2. Various lines of Arabidopsis thaliana with mutated PP4 subunit genes were constructed to study the so far...
Cécile Sulmon et al.
PloS one, 6(11), e26855-e26855 (2011-11-11)
An Arabidopsis thaliana T-DNA insertional mutant was identified and characterized for enhanced tolerance to the singlet-oxygen-generating herbicide atrazine in comparison to wild-type. This enhanced atrazine tolerance mutant was shown to be affected in the promoter structure and in the regulation...
Kai Wang et al.
Scientific reports, 6, 39403-39403 (2016-12-23)
The genetic model plant Arabidopsis thaliana (arabidopsis) has been instrumental to recent advances in our understanding of the molecular function of the plant immune system. However, this work has not yet included plant associated and phytopathogenic yeasts largely due to...
Anushi Arjumend Jahan et al.
Acta biologica Hungarica, 62(1), 45-56 (2011-03-11)
Rapid differentiation of multiple shoots was observed in 94% of nodal explants of one year old Nyctanthes arbor-tristis L. plants. Shoot bud induction and multiplication took place on Murashige and Skoog (MS) medium supplemented with two cytokinins, i.e. Benzyladenine (BA)...
Elina Welchen et al.
Plant physiology, 172(2), 901-912 (2016-08-11)
Glycolysis generates methylglyoxal (MGO) as an unavoidable, cytotoxic by-product in plant cells. MGO scavenging is performed by the glyoxalase system, which produces d-lactate as an end product. d-Lactate dehydrogenase (d-LDH) is encoded by a single gene in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana;...
Ning Tang et al.
Nature communications, 9(1), 3884-3884 (2018-09-27)
Soil water uptake by roots is a key component of plant performance and adaptation to adverse environments. Here, we use a genome-wide association analysis to identify the XYLEM NAC DOMAIN 1 (XND1) transcription factor as a negative regulator of Arabidopsis...
Rory F Degenhardt et al.
Plant physiology, 147(1), 128-142 (2008-03-07)
Protein synthesis is catalyzed by the ribosome, a two-subunit enzyme comprised of four ribosomal RNAs and, in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana), 81 ribosomal proteins (r-proteins). Plant r-protein genes exist as families of multiple expressed members, yet only one r-protein from each...
Thierry G A Lonhienne et al.
Scientific reports, 4, 5055-5055 (2014-05-24)
Growth, morphogenesis and function of roots are influenced by the concentration and form of nutrients present in soils, including low molecular mass inorganic N (IN, ammonium, nitrate) and organic N (ON, e.g. amino acids). Proteins, ON of high molecular mass...