Experts and Doctors on arabidopsis proteins in Germany

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Locale: Germany
Topic: arabidopsis proteins

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  1. Hardtke C, Berleth T. The Arabidopsis gene MONOPTEROS encodes a transcription factor mediating embryo axis formation and vascular development. EMBO J. 1998;17:1405-11 pubmed
    ..These observations suggest that the MP gene has an early function in the establishment of vascular and body patterns in embryonic and post-embryonic development. ..
  2. Stegh A, Schickling O, Ehret A, Scaffidi C, Peterhansel C, Hofmann T, et al. DEDD, a novel death effector domain-containing protein, targeted to the nucleolus. EMBO J. 1998;17:5974-86 pubmed
    ..The results suggest that DEDD is a final target of a chain of events by which the CD95-induced apoptotic signal is transferred into the nucleolus to shut off cellular biosynthetic activities. ..
  3. Happel N, Honing S, Neuhaus J, Paris N, Robinson D, Holstein S. Arabidopsis mu A-adaptin interacts with the tyrosine motif of the vacuolar sorting receptor VSR-PS1. Plant J. 2004;37:678-93 pubmed
    ..The trans-Golgi localization of the mu A-adaptin strongly suggests its involvement in Golgi- to vacuole-trafficking events. ..
  4. Bari R, Kebeish R, Kalamajka R, Rademacher T, Peterhansel C. A glycolate dehydrogenase in the mitochondria of Arabidopsis thaliana. J Exp Bot. 2004;55:623-30 pubmed
    ..Based on these results it is proposed that the basic photorespiratory system of algae is conserved in higher plants. ..
  5. Kirik V, Simon M, Huelskamp M, Schiefelbein J. The ENHANCER OF TRY AND CPC1 gene acts redundantly with TRIPTYCHON and CAPRICE in trichome and root hair cell patterning in Arabidopsis. Dev Biol. 2004;268:506-13 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that ETC1, TRY, and CPC act in concert to repress the trichome cell fate in the shoot epidermis and the non-hair cell fate in the root epidermis. ..
  6. Demidov D, Van Damme D, Geelen D, Blattner F, Houben A. Identification and dynamics of two classes of aurora-like kinases in Arabidopsis and other plants. Plant Cell. 2005;17:836-48 pubmed
  7. Gerdes L, Bals T, Klostermann E, Karl M, Philippar K, Hünken M, et al. A second thylakoid membrane-localized Alb3/OxaI/YidC homologue is involved in proper chloroplast biogenesis in Arabidopsis thaliana. J Biol Chem. 2006;281:16632-42 pubmed
    ..These data indicate that Alb4 is required for proper chloroplast biogenesis. ..
  8. Bieniawska Z, Paul Barratt D, Garlick A, Thole V, Kruger N, Martin C, et al. Analysis of the sucrose synthase gene family in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2007;49:810-28 pubmed
    ..Thus under well-aerated conditions sucrose mobilization in the root can proceed almost entirely via invertases without obvious detriment to the plant, but under hypoxia there is a specific requirement for sucrose synthase activity. ..
  9. Textor S, de Kraker J, Hause B, Gershenzon J, Tokuhisa J. MAM3 catalyzes the formation of all aliphatic glucosinolate chain lengths in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2007;144:60-71 pubmed
    ..The localization of MAM3 in the chloroplast suggests that this organelle is the site of Met chain elongation. ..

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  1. Ding Z, Millar A, Davis A, Davis S. TIME FOR COFFEE encodes a nuclear regulator in the Arabidopsis thaliana circadian clock. Plant Cell. 2007;19:1522-36 pubmed
    ..Neither its abundance nor its cellular distribution was found to be clock regulated. We suggest that TIC encodes a nucleus-acting clock regulator working close to the central oscillator. ..
  2. Ay N, Irmler K, Fischer A, Uhlemann R, Reuter G, Humbeck K. Epigenetic programming via histone methylation at WRKY53 controls leaf senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant J. 2009;58:333-46 pubmed publisher
    ..Furthermore, SUVH2 overexpression inhibits senescence-associated global changes in chromatin organization. Our data suggest that complex epigenetic processes control the senescence-specific gene expression pattern. ..
  3. Wang R, Farrona S, Vincent C, Joecker A, Schoof H, Turck F, et al. PEP1 regulates perennial flowering in Arabis alpina. Nature. 2009;459:423-7 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus we describe a critical mechanism by which flowering regulation differs between related perennial and annual species, and propose that differences in chromatin regulation contribute to this variation...
  4. Shahriari M, Hulskamp M, Schellmann S. Seeds of Arabidopsis plants expressing dominant-negative AtSKD1 under control of the GL2 promoter show a transparent testa phenotype and a mucilage defect. Plant Signal Behav. 2010;5:1308-10 pubmed publisher
    ..The seeds display a transparent testa phenotype caused by a lack of proanthocyanidin (PA) and do not possess seed coat mucilage. Both phenotypes could be connected by cell death induced by the overexpression of dominant-negative AtSKD1. ..
  5. Fettke J, Nunes Nesi A, Fernie A, Steup M. Identification of a novel heteroglycan-interacting protein, HIP 1.3, from Arabidopsis thaliana. J Plant Physiol. 2011;168:1415-25 pubmed publisher
    ..Although the biochemical function of HIP1.3 has not yet been elucidated, it is likely to possess an important function in the central carbon metabolism of higher plants. ..
  6. Maier F, Zwicker S, Hückelhoven A, Meissner M, Funk J, Pfitzner A, et al. NONEXPRESSOR OF PATHOGENESIS-RELATED PROTEINS1 (NPR1) and some NPR1-related proteins are sensitive to salicylic acid. Mol Plant Pathol. 2011;12:73-91 pubmed publisher
    ..The sensitivity of NPR1 proteins to SA, together with their differential interaction with diverse NIMIN proteins, seems a plausible molecular basis for the timely and coordinated activation of PR genes during SAR. ..
  7. Bartrina I, Otto E, Strnad M, Werner T, Schmülling T. Cytokinin regulates the activity of reproductive meristems, flower organ size, ovule formation, and thus seed yield in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell. 2011;23:69-80 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, the results underpin the important role of cytokinin in reproductive development. The increased cytokinin content caused an ~55% increase in seed yield, highlighting the relevance of sink strength as a yield factor. ..
  8. Shahriari M, Richter K, Keshavaiah C, Sabovljevic A, Huelskamp M, Schellmann S. The Arabidopsis ESCRT protein-protein interaction network. Plant Mol Biol. 2011;76:85-96 pubmed publisher
  9. Holzmeister C, Fröhlich A, Sarioglu H, Bauer N, Durner J, Lindermayr C. Proteomic analysis of defense response of wildtype Arabidopsis thaliana and plants with impaired NO- homeostasis. Proteomics. 2011;11:1664-83 pubmed publisher
    ..In summary, we present here the first detailed proteomic analysis of plant defense response. ..
  10. Stoppel R, Lezhneva L, Schwenkert S, Torabi S, Felder S, Meierhoff K, et al. Recruitment of a ribosomal release factor for light- and stress-dependent regulation of petB transcript stability in Arabidopsis chloroplasts. Plant Cell. 2011;23:2680-95 pubmed publisher
    ..Plastid transcript, polysome, and translation analyses indicate that PrfB3 has been recruited in vascular plants for light- and stress-dependent regulation of stability of 3' processed petB transcripts to adjust cytochrome b? levels. ..
  11. Junker A, Bäumlein H. Multifunctionality of the LEC1 transcription factor during plant development. Plant Signal Behav. 2012;7:1718-20 pubmed publisher
    ..Here we present an integrated model of LEC1 function and suggest potential directions to be taken in future research in this important area of plant science. ..
  12. Logemann E, Birkenbihl R, Rawat V, Schneeberger K, Schmelzer E, Somssich I. Functional dissection of the PROPEP2 and PROPEP3 promoters reveals the importance of WRKY factors in mediating microbe-associated molecular pattern-induced expression. New Phytol. 2013;198:1165-77 pubmed publisher
    ..Both the position and orientation of the six W boxes are conserved within the PROPEP3 promoters of four other Brassicaceae family members. · WRKY factors are the major regulators of MAMP-induced PROPEP2 and PROPEP3 expression. ..
  13. Jehle A, Lipschis M, Albert M, Fallahzadeh Mamaghani V, Fürst U, Mueller K, et al. The receptor-like protein ReMAX of Arabidopsis detects the microbe-associated molecular pattern eMax from Xanthomonas. Plant Cell. 2013;25:2330-40 pubmed publisher
    ..They also demonstrate hybrid receptor technology as a promising tool to overcome problems that impede interfamily transfer of PRRs to enhance pathogen detection in crop plants...
  14. Gösringer M, Lechner M, Brillante N, Weber C, Rossmanith W, Hartmann R. Protein-only RNase P function in Escherichia coli: viability, processing defects and differences between PRORP isoenzymes. Nucleic Acids Res. 2017;45:7441-7454 pubmed publisher
    ..The cells' viability also suggests that the essential function of the signal recognition particle can be maintained with a 5?-extended 4.5S RNA. ..
  15. Miao Y, Zentgraf U. The antagonist function of Arabidopsis WRKY53 and ESR/ESP in leaf senescence is modulated by the jasmonic and salicylic acid equilibrium. Plant Cell. 2007;19:819-30 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that WRKY53 and ESR mediate negative crosstalk between pathogen resistance and senescence, which is most likely governed by the JA and SA equilibrium. ..
  16. Wirtz M, Heeg C, Samami A, Ruppert T, Hell R. Enzymes of cysteine synthesis show extensive and conserved modifications patterns that include N(?)-terminal acetylation. Amino Acids. 2010;39:1077-86 pubmed publisher
    ..The mode of N(?)-terminal acetylation of OAS-TL and its possible biological function are discussed. ..
  17. Meyer T, Holscher C, Schwöppe C, von Schaewen A. Alternative targeting of Arabidopsis plastidic glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase G6PD1 involves cysteine-dependent interaction with G6PD4 in the cytosol. Plant J. 2011;66:745-58 pubmed publisher
    ..G6PD4 orthologs (new P0 class) apparently evolved to become cytosolic redox switches that confer thioredoxin-relayed alternative targeting to peroxisomes. ..
  18. Kurdyukov S, Faust A, Trenkamp S, Bär S, Franke R, Efremova N, et al. Genetic and biochemical evidence for involvement of HOTHEAD in the biosynthesis of long-chain alpha-,omega-dicarboxylic fatty acids and formation of extracellular matrix. Planta. 2006;224:315-29 pubmed
  19. van der Hoorn R, Kamoun S. From Guard to Decoy: a new model for perception of plant pathogen effectors. Plant Cell. 2008;20:2009-17 pubmed publisher
    ..We discuss the differences between the Guard and Decoy Models and their variants, hypothesize how decoys might have evolved, and suggest ways to challenge the Decoy Model...
  20. Steinebrunner I, Landschreiber M, Krause Buchholz U, Teichmann J, Rödel G. HCC1, the Arabidopsis homologue of the yeast mitochondrial copper chaperone SCO1, is essential for embryonic development. J Exp Bot. 2011;62:319-30 pubmed publisher
    ..Growth of the complemented yeast mutant was enhanced by the addition of copper to the medium. The data demonstrate that HCC1 is essential for embryo development in Arabidopsis, possibly due to its role in cytochrome c oxidase assembly. ..
  21. Krämer U. MTP1 mops up excess zinc in Arabidopsis cells. Trends Plant Sci. 2005;10:313-5 pubmed
    ..They demonstrate that the mtp1-1 mutant is hypersensitive to zinc and complement the mutant by transforming it with the MTP1 coding sequence downstream of a constitutive (35S) promoter. ..
  22. Ihnatowicz A, Pesaresi P, Lohrig K, Wolters D, Müller B, Leister D. Impaired photosystem I oxidation induces STN7-dependent phosphorylation of the light-harvesting complex I protein Lhca4 in Arabidopsis thaliana. Planta. 2008;227:717-22 pubmed
    ..Thus, under extreme redox conditions, hyperactivation of thylakoid protein kinases and/or reorganization of thylakoid protein complex distribution increase the susceptibility of PSI to phosphorylation. ..
  23. Schulze S, Schäfer B, Parizotto E, Voinnet O, Theres K. LOST MERISTEMS genes regulate cell differentiation of central zone descendants in Arabidopsis shoot meristems. Plant J. 2010;64:668-78 pubmed publisher
    ..We show that LOM1 and LOM2 promote cell differentiation at the periphery of shoot meristems and help to maintain their polar organization...
  24. Drerup M, Schlücking K, Hashimoto K, Manishankar P, Steinhorst L, Kuchitsu K, et al. The Calcineurin B-like calcium sensors CBL1 and CBL9 together with their interacting protein kinase CIPK26 regulate the Arabidopsis NADPH oxidase RBOHF. Mol Plant. 2013;6:559-69 pubmed publisher
  25. Wilk L, Grunwald M, Liao P, Walla P, Kuhlbrandt W. Direct interaction of the major light-harvesting complex II and PsbS in nonphotochemical quenching. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013;110:5452-6 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings are in agreement with a carotenoid-dependent Chl fluorescence quenching by direct interactions of LHCs of PSII with PsbS monomers. ..
  26. Grefen C. The split-ubiquitin system for the analysis of three-component interactions. Methods Mol Biol. 2014;1062:659-78 pubmed publisher
    ..SUB assays can be used to check several putative interaction couples and to screen for novel interaction partners in different ways. ..
  27. Weinl S, Held K, Schlücking K, Steinhorst L, Kuhlgert S, Hippler M, et al. A plastid protein crucial for Ca2+-regulated stomatal responses. New Phytol. 2008;179:675-86 pubmed publisher
    ..CAS fulfils this role through modulation of the cytoplasmic Ca(2+) concentration. * This work reveals a novel role of the chloroplast in cellular Ca(2+) signal transduction. ..
  28. Ashtiyani R, Moghaddam A, Schubert V, Rutten T, Fuchs J, Demidov D, et al. AtHaspin phosphorylates histone H3 at threonine 3 during mitosis and contributes to embryonic patterning in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2011;68:443-54 pubmed publisher
    ..Haspin mutant embryos frequently showed alteration in division plane orientation that could be traced back to the earliest divisions of embryo development, thus Haspin contributes to embryonic patterning. ..
  29. Huesmann C, Hoefle C, Hückelhoven R. ROPGAPs of Arabidopsis limit susceptibility to powdery mildew. Plant Signal Behav. 2011;6:1691-4 pubmed publisher
    ..Here we discuss the role of AtROPGAP1 and AtROPGAP4 in Arabidopsis pathogenesis of powdery mildew in some more detail. ..
  30. Zhelyazkova P, Hammani K, Rojas M, Voelker R, Vargas Suárez M, Börner T, et al. Protein-mediated protection as the predominant mechanism for defining processed mRNA termini in land plant chloroplasts. Nucleic Acids Res. 2012;40:3092-105 pubmed publisher
    ..We show that most processed mRNA termini are represented by small RNAs whose sequences are highly conserved. We suggest that each such small RNA is the footprint of a PPR-like protein that protects the adjacent RNA from degradation. ..
  31. Roth N, Klimesch J, Dukowic Schulze S, Pacher M, Mannuss A, Puchta H. The requirement for recombination factors differs considerably between different pathways of homologous double-strand break repair in somatic plant cells. Plant J. 2012;72:781-90 pubmed publisher
    ..Both SSA and SDSA were affected only weakly when the SMC6B protein, implicated in sister chromatid recombination, was absent, indicating that SSA and SDSA are in most cases intrachromatid recombination reactions. ..
  32. Kaufholdt D, Gehl C, Geisler M, Jeske O, Voedisch S, Ratke C, et al. Visualization and quantification of protein interactions in the biosynthetic pathway of molybdenum cofactor in Arabidopsis thaliana. J Exp Bot. 2013;64:2005-16 pubmed publisher
    ..The protected sequestering of fragile intermediates and formation of the final product are achieved through a series of direct protein interactions of variable strength. ..
  33. Werhahn W, Niemeyer A, Jansch L, Kruft V, Schmitz U, Braun H. Purification and characterization of the preprotein translocase of the outer mitochondrial membrane from Arabidopsis. Identification of multiple forms of TOM20. Plant Physiol. 2001;125:943-54 pubmed
    ..Implications on the function of plant TOM complexes are discussed. Based on peptide and nucleic acid sequence data, the primary structure for Arabidopsis TOM40 is presented. ..
  34. Schellmann S, Schnittger A, Kirik V, Wada T, Okada K, Beermann A, et al. TRIPTYCHON and CAPRICE mediate lateral inhibition during trichome and root hair patterning in Arabidopsis. EMBO J. 2002;21:5036-46 pubmed
    ..Thus, the same lateral inhibition mechanism seems to be involved in both de novo patterning and position-dependent cell determination. We propose a model explaining trichome and root hair patterning by a common mechanism. ..
  35. Wormit A, Traub M, Flörchinger M, Neuhaus H, Möhlmann T. Characterization of three novel members of the Arabidopsis thaliana equilibrative nucleoside transporter (ENT) family. Biochem J. 2004;383:19-26 pubmed
    ..Using a GFP (green fluorescent protein)-fusion protein transiently expressed in tobacco leaf protoplasts, a localization of AtENT6 in the plant plasma membrane has been revealed. ..
  36. Mathieu J, Warthmann N, Küttner F, Schmid M. Export of FT protein from phloem companion cells is sufficient for floral induction in Arabidopsis. Curr Biol. 2007;17:1055-60 pubmed
    ..Furthermore, we have devised a method that uncouples FT mRNA and protein effects in vivo. We demonstrate that export of FT protein from phloem companion cells is sufficient to induce flowering. ..
  37. Serrano M, Hubert D, Dangl J, Schulze Lefert P, Kombrink E. A chemical screen for suppressors of the avrRpm1-RPM1-dependent hypersensitive cell death response in Arabidopsis thaliana. Planta. 2010;231:1013-23 pubmed publisher
    ..The hyper-accumulation phenotype is likely unrelated to the ribotoxic function of DAS and NEO and could be due to an inhibitory activity on the proteolytic machinery of Arabidopsis or elicitor-like activities of type A trichothecenes. ..
  38. Finke A, Kuhlmann M, Mette M. IDN2 has a role downstream of siRNA formation in RNA-directed DNA methylation. Epigenetics. 2012;7:950-60 pubmed publisher
  39. Timm S, Bauwe H. The variety of photorespiratory phenotypes - employing the current status for future research directions on photorespiration. Plant Biol (Stuttg). 2013;15:737-47 pubmed publisher
    ..Here we review current knowledge regarding photorespiratory mutants and propose a new level of phenotypic sub-classification. Finally, we present further questions that should be addressed in the field of photorespiration. ..
  40. Cardon G, Hohmann S, Nettesheim K, Saedler H, Huijser P. Functional analysis of the Arabidopsis thaliana SBP-box gene SPL3: a novel gene involved in the floral transition. Plant J. 1997;12:367-77 pubmed
    ..The function of SPL3 during flowering as well as its possible functional redundancy are discussed. ..
  41. Möhlmann T, Mezher Z, Schwerdtfeger G, Neuhaus H. Characterisation of a concentrative type of adenosine transporter from Arabidopsis thaliana (ENT1,At). FEBS Lett. 2001;509:370-4 pubmed
    ..The presence of protonophores abolished adenosine import, indicating that ENT1,At catalyse a proton-dependent adenosine transport. This is the first functional characterisation of a plant nucleoside transport protein. ..
  42. Mishina T, Zeier J. Pathogen-associated molecular pattern recognition rather than development of tissue necrosis contributes to bacterial induction of systemic acquired resistance in Arabidopsis. Plant J. 2007;50:500-13 pubmed
    ..Our data indicate that PAMPs significantly contribute to SAR initiation in Arabidopsis and that tissue necroses at inoculation sites are dispensable for SAR activation. ..
  43. Ebert B, Melle C, Lieckfeldt E, Zöller D, von Eggeling F, Fisahn J. Protein profiling of single epidermal cell types from Arabidopsis thaliana using surface-enhanced laser desorption and ionization technology. J Plant Physiol. 2008;165:1227-37 pubmed publisher
    ..thaliana source leaves. Based on the obtained protein profiles, we suggest a close functional relationship between basal and trichome cells at the protein level. ..
  44. Sagasser M, Lu G, Hahlbrock K, Weisshaar B. A. thaliana TRANSPARENT TESTA 1 is involved in seed coat development and defines the WIP subfamily of plant zinc finger proteins. Genes Dev. 2002;16:138-49 pubmed publisher
    ..thaliana which is defined by the occurrence of the WIP domain. WIP genes may play important roles in regulating developmental processes, including the control of endothelium differentiation...
  45. Ehlert A, Weltmeier F, Wang X, Mayer C, Smeekens S, Vicente Carbajosa J, et al. Two-hybrid protein-protein interaction analysis in Arabidopsis protoplasts: establishment of a heterodimerization map of group C and group S bZIP transcription factors. Plant J. 2006;46:890-900 pubmed
    ..Thus, in addition to cell biological techniques, P2H is a valuable tool for studying protein-protein interaction in living plant cells. ..
  46. Bussemer J, Chigri F, Vothknecht U. Arabidopsis ATPase family gene 1-like protein 1 is a calmodulin-binding AAA+-ATPase with a dual localization in chloroplasts and mitochondria. FEBS J. 2009;276:3870-80 pubmed publisher
    ..Localization of the same calmodulin-binding protein into mitochondria and chloroplasts could be a means to provide a coordinated regulation of processes in both organelles by calcium signals. ..
  47. Lehmann M, Schwarzlander M, Obata T, Sirikantaramas S, Burow M, Olsen C, et al. The metabolic response of Arabidopsis roots to oxidative stress is distinct from that of heterotrophic cells in culture and highlights a complex relationship between the levels of transcripts, metabolites, and flux. Mol Plant. 2009;2:390-406 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, the results suggest that root tissues can recover metabolic activity after oxidative inhibition and highlight potentially important roles for glycolysis and the oxidative pentose phosphate pathway. ..
  48. Timm S, Florian A, Jahnke K, Nunes Nesi A, Fernie A, Bauwe H. The hydroxypyruvate-reducing system in Arabidopsis: multiple enzymes for the same end. Plant Physiol. 2011;155:694-705 pubmed publisher
    ..Since in silico analysis and proteomic studies from other groups indicate targeting of HPR3 to the chloroplast, this enzyme could provide a compensatory bypass for the reduction of HP and glyoxylate within this compartment. ..
  49. Nakabayashi K, Bartsch M, Xiang Y, Miatton E, Pellengahr S, Yano R, et al. The time required for dormancy release in Arabidopsis is determined by DELAY OF GERMINATION1 protein levels in freshly harvested seeds. Plant Cell. 2012;24:2826-38 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that DOG1 protein abundance in freshly harvested seeds acts as a timer for seed dormancy release, which functions largely independent from ABA. ..
  50. Araujo W, Trofimova L, Mkrtchyan G, Steinhauser D, Krall L, Graf A, et al. On the role of the mitochondrial 2-oxoglutarate dehydrogenase complex in amino acid metabolism. Amino Acids. 2013;44:683-700 pubmed publisher
    ..Strong perturbation in the relative abundance of amino acids due to the OGDHC inhibition was accompanied by decreased protein content. Our results provide specific evidence of a considerable role of OGDHC in amino acid metabolism. ..
  51. Czempinski K, Zimmermann S, Ehrhardt T, Müller Röber B. New structure and function in plant K+ channels: KCO1, an outward rectifier with a steep Ca2+ dependency. EMBO J. 1997;16:2565-75 pubmed
    ..The identification of KCO1 as the first plant K+ outward channel opens a new field of structure-function studies in plant ion channels. ..
  52. Thimm O, Bläsing O, Gibon Y, Nagel A, Meyer S, Kruger P, et al. MAPMAN: a user-driven tool to display genomics data sets onto diagrams of metabolic pathways and other biological processes. Plant J. 2004;37:914-39 pubmed
  53. Mewis I, Khan M, Glawischnig E, Schreiner M, Ulrichs C. Water stress and aphid feeding differentially influence metabolite composition in Arabidopsis thaliana (L.). PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e48661 pubmed publisher
    ..This was distinct from M. persicae, which did not elicit similarly strong camalexin accumulation, which led to the hypothesis of a specific defense adaptations against the specialist aphid. ..
  54. Schneider A, Häusler R, Kolukisaoglu U, Kunze R, van der Graaff E, Schwacke R, et al. An Arabidopsis thaliana knock-out mutant of the chloroplast triose phosphate/phosphate translocator is severely compromised only when starch synthesis, but not starch mobilisation is abolished. Plant J. 2002;32:685-99 pubmed
    ..e. the formation and (most likely) fast turnover of high molecular weight polysaccharides. Steady-state RNA levels and transport activities of other phosphate translocators capable of transporting TP remained unaffected in the mutants. ..
  55. Schmid M, Uhlenhaut N, Godard F, Demar M, Bressan R, Weigel D, et al. Dissection of floral induction pathways using global expression analysis. Development. 2003;130:6001-12 pubmed
    ..These and related findings on SPL genes suggest that microRNAs play an important role in the regulation of flowering. ..
  56. Attaran E, Zeier T, Griebel T, Zeier J. Methyl salicylate production and jasmonate signaling are not essential for systemic acquired resistance in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2009;21:954-71 pubmed publisher
    ..In compatible interactions, MeSA production depends on the P. syringae virulence factor coronatine, suggesting that the phytopathogen uses coronatine-mediated volatilization of MeSA from leaves to attenuate the SA-based defense pathway. ..
  57. Alves L, Niemeier S, Hauenschild A, Rehmsmeier M, Merkle T. Comprehensive prediction of novel microRNA targets in Arabidopsis thaliana. Nucleic Acids Res. 2009;37:4010-21 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results are in line with recent observations that the majority of miRNA targets are not transcription factors. ..
  58. Köster J, Thurow C, Kruse K, Meier A, Iven T, Feussner I, et al. Xenobiotic- and jasmonic acid-inducible signal transduction pathways have become interdependent at the Arabidopsis CYP81D11 promoter. Plant Physiol. 2012;159:391-402 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings suggest that yet unknown cis-element(s) can mediate COI1-dependent transcriptional activation in the absence of JA. ..
  59. Fufezan C, Simionato D, Morosinotto T. Identification of key residues for pH dependent activation of violaxanthin de-epoxidase from Arabidopsis thaliana. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e35669 pubmed publisher
    ..These results suggest that VDE activation relies on a robust and redundant network, in which the four residues identified in this study play a major role. ..
  60. Hartwig B, James G, Konrad K, Schneeberger K, Turck F. Fast isogenic mapping-by-sequencing of ethyl methanesulfonate-induced mutant bulks. Plant Physiol. 2012;160:591-600 pubmed publisher
    ..Genetic analysis of two independent additional alleles confirmed that this mutation was causal for the suppression of lhp1. ..
  61. Gadeyne A, S nchez Rodr guez C, Vanneste S, Di Rubbo S, Zauber H, Vanneste K, et al. The TPLATE adaptor complex drives clathrin-mediated endocytosis in plants. Cell. 2014;156:691-704 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, the TPLATE complex is an early endocytic module representing a unique evolutionary plant adaptation of the canonical eukaryotic pathway for clathrin-mediated endocytosis...
  62. Himmelbach A, Hoffmann T, Leube M, Höhener B, Grill E. Homeodomain protein ATHB6 is a target of the protein phosphatase ABI1 and regulates hormone responses in Arabidopsis. EMBO J. 2002;21:3029-38 pubmed
    ..Thus, the homeodomain protein ATHB6 seems to represent a negative regulator of the ABA signal pathway and to act downstream of ABI1. ..
  63. Jung B, Flörchinger M, Kunz H, Traub M, Wartenberg R, Jeblick W, et al. Uridine-ribohydrolase is a key regulator in the uridine degradation pathway of Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 2009;21:876-91 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, mutants with increased and decreased nucleosidase activity are delayed in germination, indicating that this enzyme activity must be well balanced in the early phase of plant development. ..
  64. Petutschnig E, Jones A, Serazetdinova L, Lipka U, Lipka V. The lysin motif receptor-like kinase (LysM-RLK) CERK1 is a major chitin-binding protein in Arabidopsis thaliana and subject to chitin-induced phosphorylation. J Biol Chem. 2010;285:28902-11 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, our data suggest that in Arabidopsis, CERK1 is a major chitin, chitosan, and chito-oligomer binding component and that chitin signaling depends on CERK1 post-translational modification and kinase activity. ..
  65. García A, Blanvillain Baufumé S, Huibers R, Wiermer M, Li G, Gobbato E, et al. Balanced nuclear and cytoplasmic activities of EDS1 are required for a complete plant innate immune response. PLoS Pathog. 2010;6:e1000970 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that coordinated nuclear and cytoplasmic activities of EDS1 enable the plant to mount an appropriately balanced immune response to pathogen attack. ..
  66. Orashakova S, Lange M, Lange S, Wege S, Becker A. The CRABS CLAW ortholog from California poppy (Eschscholzia californica, Papaveraceae), EcCRC, is involved in floral meristem termination, gynoecium differentiation and ovule initiation. Plant J. 2009;58:682-93 pubmed publisher
  67. Dieterle M, Zhou Y, Schafer E, Funk M, Kretsch T. EID1, an F-box protein involved in phytochrome A-specific light signaling. Genes Dev. 2001;15:939-44 pubmed
    ..EID1 most probably acts by targeting activated components of the phyA signaling pathway to ubiquitin-dependent proteolysis. ..
  68. Cole M, Nolte C, Werr W. Nuclear import of the transcription factor SHOOT MERISTEMLESS depends on heterodimerization with BLH proteins expressed in discrete sub-domains of the shoot apical meristem of Arabidopsis thaliana. Nucleic Acids Res. 2006;34:1281-92 pubmed
    ..These results contribute to our understanding of the STM transcription factor function in the SAM and also shed new light on the evolution of the TALE-HD super gene family in animal and plant lineages. ..
  69. Gebert M, Meschenmoser K, Svidova S, Weghuber J, Schweyen R, Eifler K, et al. A root-expressed magnesium transporter of the MRS2/MGT gene family in Arabidopsis thaliana allows for growth in low-Mg2+ environments. Plant Cell. 2009;21:4018-30 pubmed publisher
    ..Hence, contrary to what is frequently found in analyses of plant gene families, a single gene family member knockout results in a strong, environmentally dependent phenotype. ..
  70. Mehlgarten C, Jablonowski D, Wrackmeyer U, Tschitschmann S, Sondermann D, Jäger G, et al. Elongator function in tRNA wobble uridine modification is conserved between yeast and plants. Mol Microbiol. 2010;76:1082-94 pubmed publisher
    ..We conclude that yeast and plant Elongator share tRNA modification roles and propose that this function might be conserved in Elongator from all eukaryotic kingdoms of life. ..
  71. Li S, Gutsche N, Zachgo S. The ROXY1 C-terminal L**LL motif is essential for the interaction with TGA transcription factors. Plant Physiol. 2011;157:2056-68 pubmed publisher
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